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Golda Meir, on the Palestinians

The following op-ed by Golda Meir was printed in The New York Times 42 years ago. January 14, 1976 To be misquoted is an occupational hazard of political leadership; for this reason I should like to clarify my position in regard to the Palestinian issue. I have been charged with being rigidly insensitive to the…

A Jewish Perspective on the Feminine

A fascinating analysis of Judaism’s perspective on the nature of the masculine and feminine. Gender and Judaic scholar, Miriam Kosman (PhD Candidate at Bar Ilan University) provides a fascinating and perspective-shifting analysis of the nature of the masculine and feminine, and demonstrates why humanity as a whole needs to move more towards the feminine. You…

Why Judaism Should Matter to You

RAJE sent 25 alumni to the Olami Summit in London with 1300 students from around the globe where they were discussing Jewish greatness. Rabbi Jonathan Sacks opened the summit on the topic of the greatness of being Jewish.     Transcript Friends, what an incredible privilege it is to be in this extraordinary gathering. I…

The Dayte with Giving

To sustain the important work that RAJE offers the community, we need to raise $400k in this year end Charidy campaign. We have found 3 matchers who have pledged $300k on the condition that we can raise $100k in a 36 hour Charidy campaign that started today. This would mean a total of $400k to…

Winston Churchill: Three Definitive Ideas that Changed the Course of History

by Rabbi Benjamin Blech A new film delves into the pivotal role the great leader played in stopping Hitler. There is a frightening realization that strikes one who watches The Darkest Hour, the new film about Winston Churchill’s dramatic appointment to become prime minister of England in 1940: there was a chance that Hitler would have succeeded…