A Tale of Two Spies

The one who passed secrets to Israel was sentenced to life in prison for violations of the Espionage Act. The one who passed secrets to NATO is being named National Security Adviser to the President.

News & Opinion

More in News & Opinion

The Kosher Table

Photo by anjuli_ayer https://www.flickr.com/photos/anjuli_ayer/

The Bounty of the Sea

Here is an unexpected Thanksgiving recipe inspired by ingredients that were easily available to the Native Americans and Pilgrims.

More in The Kosher Table


More in Community


Dome of the Rock above Western Wall.

The Israel Peace Paradox

The status quo is not unacceptable now — this is the best “peace” Israel can get now and for the foreseeable future. Israel must resist the pressure from the “peace-now-niks” for an instant “solution.” There simply is none.

Israel (book).

Israel: A Concise History of a Nation Reborn

They say Israel needs to show its better side. Gordis’ work addresses that lament in rich prose by refuting the unfounded slurs, smears and slanders of adversaries who unfairly single out Israel for condemnation.

More in Israel

Living Judaism

Philadelphia City Hall. (Photo Flaura Winston)

Just and Rightful Authority

By removing three key words from the “Prayer for Our Country,” I have created a more inclusive version of this prayer. Through this small change, I am able to ask for G-d’s blessings for all the leaders who exercise government authority in our nation.

More in Living Judaism

Arts & Culture

More in Arts & Culture