Archives for August 2019
At 98, Gymnast and Holocaust Survivor Agnes Keleti Is as Feisty as Ever
With 10 Olympic medals, Keleti is the most decorated female Jewish Olympian of all time.
Secular Ayelet Shaked Is at Home in the Religious Right
Shaked’s ascent seems to working its magic for the right: A recent poll shows the United Right winning 12-13 seats in the next Knesset.
Tisha B’Av as a Lesson in Memory, Progress and Service
Neither Hadassah nor Israel—not to mention the Jewish people—would exist today if it weren’t for diligent learning of our history.
Two Mass Shootings Leave at Least 29 Dead in 13 Hours
The shootings occurred at a Walmart shopping center in El Paso Texas, and in Dayton, Ohio, near a popular entertainment area.
The Rabbi in Charge of 10 Religions at Scouting Jamboree
Reform Rabbi Peter Hyman is leading the Faith and Beliefs program at the World Scouting Jamboree, the first such event held in the United States since 1967.