Mosul once had a thriving Jewish community whose roots stretch back to the 8th century BC.
They were regular secular Israelis when they married. And then, he became a Hasidic Jew.
As a Jew of color, I am beginning to question how ‘at home’ I feel in any Jewish space after recent racist harrassment.9
His mobile teaching hospital is complete with an operating room, recovery room, and classroom.
You can thank a patriotic wave in the first half of the 20th century for that.
Around the Shabbat table, they talk about the dangers of open borders. Meanwhile, in the kitchen, a woman silently washes dishes…73
A sermon for our times.
Growing up Orthodox, a life of private schools and Jewish summer camps and Yeshiva University — I had never had a non-Jewish friend before.
This photographer gained access to the insular Hasidic community — and offers intimate glimpses into its everyday life.
In 2013, 82% of synagogue youth directors had no training in preventing the sexual abuse of children.
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