Jewish World War I hero eligible for Medal of Honor
William Shemin

A Jewish World War I hero is eligible for the nation's highest military honor.

NY Contest Features Pork Latkes on Hanukkah
latkes with pork
Irony is lost as holiday celebrating revolt against outlawing of Judaism and force-feeding of pork is marked with ham pancakes.
Jewish World War I hero eligible for Medal of Honor
Biden at Chanukah: Jewish Heritage is American Heritage
Australian Jews "Under Lockdown"
At 98, Kirk Douglas Finds His (Jewish) Poetic Muse

David Cameron Honors Holocaust Victims At Auschwitz
cameron visits aushwitz
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday honored Holocaust victims at Nazi Germany's notorious wartime Auschwitz death camp, now a museum in southern Poland.
U.S. Holocaust Museum Gets $25 Million Gift, Largest In Its History
At 105, 'British Schindler' Celebrated In Prague
Walking With The Enemy
Kohelet Parchment That Survived The Holocaust To Go On Display

Reincarnation in Judaism?
The concept of reincarnation most likely predates the receiving of our Torah at Mt.Sinai 3300 years ago. Curiously there is no direct mention of reincarnation in the Torah...

Is it "OK" to Celebrate New Years?
Is the Channukah Bush Kosher?
Meet Rav Parry
The Evil Inclination in the Garden

Soul Food, December 22
"You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else." - Albert Einstein
Soul Food, August 5
Soul Food, July 31
Soul Food, May 5
Soul Food, June 2

Today in History, December 22
1964: In Israel, Levi Eshkol formed the 12th government.
Today in History, December 20
Today in History, August 5
Today in History, July 31
Today in History, June 12

Prosecutors Seek Death Penalty For Anti-Semitic Killer
The Chief Prosecutor's Office in Kansas announced Thursday its intentions to seek the death penalty against Frazier Glenn Miller.

Thailand Recalls Propaganda Film Featuring Adolf Hitler
French President Condemns Anti-Semitic Rape, Robbery
Police Probing Possible Anti-Semitism in Brutal Paris-Area Break-in
Anti-Semitism Watchdog Sues Romanian Mayor Over Hitler Haircut

Mikeitz: On Leadership and the Power of Dreams

Vayeshev: Stepping Out Of Our Own World
Vayishlach: Two Ways Of Subduing Evil
Vayetzei: The Birth Of The World's Oldest Hate
Toldot: The Tragedy Of Good Intentions
Mikeitz: Not Only On One's Own Behalf
We cannot pretend, however convenient, that we have no "younger brothers" whom we must bring into our lives and whose interests we must represent even to protect ourselves.


Vayeshev: The Chosen Land
Vayislach: To Stand Alone
Vayetzei: A Vow In Time Of Need
Toldot: The Blending Of Worlds
Parsha in a Nutshell: Vayeishev
Jacob settles in Hebron with his twelve sons. His favorite is seventeen-year-old Joseph, whose brothers are jealous of the preferential treatment he receives from his father, such as a precious many-colored coat that Jacob makes for Joseph.

Parsha in a Nutshell: Vayishlach
Parsha in a Nutshell: Vayeitzei
Parsha in a Nutshell: Toldot
Parsha in a Nutshell: Chayei Sarah


Special Offer: Junk Yard New York - Donate a junk car to charity. Get Free towing and a tax deduction.

Contact Us  | Advertise with us  | Terms & Conditions   | Privacy Policy  | Chat
Copyright 2000 - 2010 Eshop Enterprises. All rights reserved