Personal narrative about a Protestant intermarried man’s growing understanding of his Jewish wife’s feelings of love, attachment, and responsibility toward Israel.
Rabbi Ari interviews her Israeli brother, Jason, and sister-in-law, Galit. When did you make aliyah? (Literally this words means “to go up” and is used for someone who moves to Israel and connotes ascending in spiritual ways. The word is also used for being called up to the Torah during a worship service.) Jason: I […]
She never imagined she’d date someone who wasn’t Jewish. Now she wants to show him what she loved about living in Israel–here in the US.
Reprinted news article about a controversial Palestinian “Resistence Poetry” course taught at the University of California at Berkeley, and where school administrators do and should draw the line between “open discussion” and “ind
Personal narrative from an American Jew who thinks of Israel as her second home but may never return because her non-Jewish fiancé is afraid of flying.
The rabbi who taught her conversion class taught her everything about practicing Judaism–but sometimes, she still feels like an outsider.