Rabbi Jill Jacobs is the Executive Director of T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights. This post originated on her Facebook page and is shared
Every day, millions of Jews pray multiple times per day, in the set of blessings known as the Amidah, for the return to, and rebuilding
The irony of the Trump Jerusalem decision is that we are told it “recognizes reality.” Ironic because “recognizing reality” is perhaps the single most essential
Our movement was founded upon a love for Torah, God, and our sacred traditions. As future Jewish leaders who benefit from that commitment, we are ready to fight for a Jerusalem that validates and recognizes the holy Godliness in every resident.
As we light the Channukah candles this year, may we celebrate our own liberation and reflect on how we wield our power as Jews.
With the news of an impending decision to eventually move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, I am taking the opportunity to post excerpts from a
In July, thirteen young Jews on the Naomi Chazan Activism Fellowship visited unmarked sites in Israel that recently shaped debate about unending occupation.
Over ten years in Israel, the Jerusalem Day extremists’ march through the Old City has led me to understand how Jews’ pain is imparted onto Palestinians.
The Jewschool community stands in solidarity with the Jerusalem LBGTQ community in response to the terrorist attack at the Pride Parade.
Ri J. Turner is a rabbinical student at Hebrew College in Boston, MA, as well as a student of Yiddish at the YIVO Institute in