From a ḥasidic action film to My Crazy Ex-Girlfrend.
Pinḥas Eliyahu Hurwitz’s bestseller remains popular among Ḥaredim today.
A leading Modern Orthodox rabbi is being forced out.
How a misunderstood minority can help spur the Jewish state’s economy and repair its tattered social fabric.
Should the desire to study exempt an Israeli Jew from military service? In all but a few cases, the answer, according to Jewish law (halakhah),. . .
Non-Orthodox Jews know whom they look down on: namely, their Orthodox and especially their ultra-Orthodox brethren. Too many know little else.
Highly publicized worries about the role of religion in Israeli public life rely on a false view of Israeli politics—and a gross misunderstanding of Judaism.
Holocaust museums have slighted the ultra-Orthodox victims of Nazism; their stories must be heard.