Only in Schopfloch, as far as I know, have a large number of originally Jewish words survived in the speech of the local populace to this day.
The Chabad writer joins us to discuss how the Jewish communities of Ukraine have adapted to the war.
How the Ukrainian leader emerged as the symbol of a nation that has “perpetually tried to spit [Jews] out.”
Missed the live event? Catch the recording here of Eli Spitzer speaking live on the rising influence of haredi Judaism with a journalist, a researcher, and a haredi rabbi.
Tamara Berens, Talia Katz, and Dovid Schwartz talk about their journeys to Jewish service, and how the Beren Summer Fellowship helped guide them.
The son of the human-rights icon joins us to discuss his father’s legacy, including his views on Zionism, Judaism, and Holocaust memory.
Frequent and outrageous use of Holocaust imagery is now part-and-parcel of Brazilian political dialogue. How did this happen, and why?
The Jewish leader recalls his upbringing in Soviet Russia and explains what inspired him to return to the land from which his family fled.
What a rational optimist writing in the 1980s thought the Jewish world could look like in the year 2200.
Decade by decade, they can transform the face and energize and re-moralize the base of Jewish societies everywhere.
Occupying positions from the highest rungs of the Iranian government to agents and operatives in the field, the terrorists have been rewarded, not punished.