From "Schindler's List" to "Sophie's Choice", here are 10 amazing movies to watch for International Holocaust Remembrance Day tomorrow.
"My hope for tomorrow’s commemoration is that the survivors will feel confident that we are renewing their call to remember. That we will not only make known their own identities, but in the process help form a meaningful, collective conscience for the generations to come.”
For those who keep kosher, the flavors of authentic Mexican food can be hard to come by. That is, unless your mother happens to be from Mexico City.
Ayelet Shaked is an attractive young Tel Aviv mother of two. She’s also a secular star of Israel’s Jewish Home party, which is rising fast in the polls.
Can she sell secular Israel on the far right?
Abigail Pogrebin buys challah, lights candles, goes to synagogue and recites Kiddush every Friday. So why does she still feel like she’s failing at Shabbat?
Find out here: http://jd.fo/h75Ht
An Israeli barber has designed a "magic kippah" to protect European Jews from anti-Semitic attacks.
What do you think of the new invention?
Jews have a lot to learn from the explosive success of the megachurch movement. Jay Michaelson asks: Do we have what it takes to replicate it?
Michael Oren, once a close Netanyahu ally, has lashed out at the premier over his planned speech to Congress. Is Oren motivated by genuine concern — or political maneuvering?
MUST READ: Argentine journalist Damian Pachter, who broke the story of Alberto Nisman’s death, gives a first-hand account of the stalking and intimidation that made him flee to Israel.
The Republican Congress wants to force Obama to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. How come most Jewish groups aren't so hot on the new effort?
Whether in cakes and salads or just spread on fresh bread, avocados are one of life’s great pleasures. Here are 2 recipes to help you get the most out of them!
A woman converted to Judaism so she could raise Jewish children with her husband. Now that the kids are grown, she asks #Seesaw if she can dump Judaism and return to her Christian faith.
What’s better than winning $1,000? Winning $1,000 while smelling bacon. At least, that’s what New Hampshire wants you to think.
King Abdullah leaves behind an outsized legacy.
J.J. Goldberg asks if his Saudi successors will manage to maintain his cautious path of reform and dialog with Jews.
The New York Times thinks it is perfectly even handed when it comes to covering Israel. Richard A. Block thinks they're missing the real problem.