The popular narrative of the moment is that Capitalism has failed. Capitalism, it is argued, is not providing for … Read More

Fabulous photos of 5 picturesque places to visit in Israel

The beauty of this little land is so paradoxically vast that sometimes it’s best to focus on a few outstanding … Read More

Iran/ Failed unrest

During the past presidential election, in 2016 the republican candidate for president Donald Trump promised to abandon the nuclear deal … Read More

New Yorkers Come Together to Raise Funds for the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra’s Youth Music Education Programs

American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra’s annual event drew four hundred attendees — American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic … Read More

Hillel’s new work in France

Hillel’s new work in France: A new and meaningful opportunity for Jewish Young Adults in Paris, Marseille, and more! France: … Read More

Emunah Gala Dinner

Emunah saves lives in Israel. We should help. We are one people. Through their network of trauma counseling centers, early … Read More

National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene Presents the First Yiddish Production Ever Done in America: The Sorceress: A Yiddish Musical Fantasy

Previews: December 1 – 5, 2019 Performances: December 8 – 29, 2019  —Inaugural Presentation of the Global Restoration Initiative, Highlight … Read More

A View at Jewish Life in Japan

    New York Jewish Travel Guide sat down with Rabbi Mendi Sudakevich, head of Chabad Lubavitch of Japan, Tokyo, … Read More

Jennifer Gross Named Chief Executive Officer of American Friends of Tel Aviv University

  Accomplished executive brings extensive experience from Jewish philanthropy and the financial services industry The Board of Directors of American Friends … Read More

Sucot and the World

  Every Jewish festival has several different levels of significance. There are always personal, national, agricultural and universal themes. Rituals, … Read More