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.
Christopher Hitchens Wasn’t Great
He despised religion, lied about Judaism, and slandered the state of Israel.
What Zionism Owes Yavneh
How anti-Israel commentators have twisted the legacy of a great rabbi in service to politics.
Fire has opposite meanings to Jews and ancient Greeks.
Hamilton, Barnard, and the Ominous Decree of 2021
Columbia University is no longer a welcoming place for Jews.
Hannah Senesh at 100
How to remember Hannah Senesh, who parachuted into Europe to rescue her fellow Jews.
The Real Truth About the Temple Mount
Someone tell Yair Lapid that the Western Wall is Judaism's holiest site.
How Chancellor Kurz Redeemed Vienna
The flying of a Jewish flag in Austria is a remarkable occurrence.