Look On Our Works, Ye Mighty
How Percy Bysshe Shelley's “Ozymandias” is an oddly perfect Hanukkah poem.
The Prime Minister and the Minyan
Among Israel's founders, only Begin sensed the key role that tradition would play in the…
The Wedding Canopy in Abu Dhabi
There's no better symbol for the Abraham Accords than a remarkable Jewish wedding in Abu…
The Bones of the Blood Libel
The popularity of the blood libel, in its very absurdity, captures the essence of anti-Semitism.
Two Providential Nations
A new book explains why Israel has such a prominent place in the American mind.
‘Proclaim Liberty Throughout the Land’
Rediscovering the biblical story of the Liberty Bell.
‘These Stones Are Not Silent’
Why the Temple Mount is inseparable from the identity of the Jewish people and the…
When survivors of Buchenwald, two days after liberation, gathered over matzah to celebrate their freedom.
The Matzah Bakery of Dnpiro
As war rages on, a Ukrainian bakery is still baking matzah for the world.
Don’t Trust Movies Named ‘Munich’
Netflix's new film about the infamous conference is a work of moral and artistic mendacity.