On a mild spring day last May at a café in the small idyllic town of Hanover, New Hampshire, Rabbi Moshe Gray was holding his fifth cup of coffee of the day. Unlike the other patrons of the venue, mostly[…]
Frithjof Bergmann, an 83-year-old Holocaust survivor, is a professor of philosophy at the University of Michigan. "I feel different, more elevated," he said after donning tefillin.
“We can overcome challenges, even the most horrific of challenges. We can and must rebuild, and this building serves as a beacon of light and hope that evil will not prevail,”
Jewish Teens spend a weekend together, having fun and making lifelong connections
Back in Donetsk, an eerie emptiness has replaced the noisy, boisterous JCC. The school building is closed, as is the kosher restaurant. A few Jews remained.