Do a third of Israeli children really live in poverty?
Toward a Jewish theory of political economy.
The Bible bequeathed to the world the obligation of poverty relief.
Instead of blaming recent government cutbacks for their poverty, Israel’s ultra-Orthodox should take a cue from the Talmud and get a job.
Since 2001, the number of Jewish households in New York living below the poverty line has risen from one in six to one in five.. . .
An OECD report claims that Israel has the highest poverty rate among the world's 34 most economically developed countries. The reality is more complicated—but no less worrying.