When Naziism began to rise in the United States, Jewish gangsters put a quick end to their gatherings. But who was the first Jewish gangster?
There are many couples who try to bring children to the world but are unfortunately met with no success. When they finally decide to adopt a child, they often hear the following statement from their family and friends: “You know, once you adopt you are likely to get pregnant.” Many people will tell you that they know such a couple, but no proper research has been done to verify if there is any...
How to convince your children to marry Jewish.
Many people search for all sorts of segulos to marry off their children. But is the best segulah hiding in plain sight in this week’s parshah?
When a young Cambridge student visited the Rebbe in the 1970’s to ask philosophical questions, he didn’t expect to be challenged in reverse. The meeting that made a profound impact on future Rabbi Jonathan Sacks.
Why did Eliezer drink before he satiated his camels? Isn’t that contrary to Torah law? And what does it teach us about our charitable donations?
Are we part and parcel of this country or do we stand apart? A deeper look at the behavior of Abraham and Isaac in this week’s parsha.