September 11, 2001 proved Akamai's technology could withstand anything. Cruelly, inventor Danny Lewin was the first to die in the attacks.
What was life like in pre-revolutionary Russia? It certainly did not take place in an unchanging shtetl.
Alvin H. Rosenfeld in 2013: “How aggressive this new antisemitism is likely to get and, ultimately, how destructive it will be if it proceeds unchecked are open questions.”
If it were fiction, Lawrence’s Seven Pillars of Wisdom would be the greatest English war novel.
When I was nineteen, I saw an ad at the UCLA Career Center for a job teaching “Jewish history through drama,” at the Sunday school of a large nearby temple. It was only a couple of hours a week, but it paid maybe four times as much as my job at the Student Store. Needless to say, I hadn’t taught…
In the early 1930s Rabbi Kalonymus Kalmish Shapira wrote that the most important thing to teach children was that "they themselves are their own educators."
Shaul Magid argues that Zalman Schachter-Shalomi is the Rebbe for post-ethnic America. But is cosmotheism a good idea?
Accused by Patrick Tyler of unfairness, Morris presses on.
Patrick Tyler accuses Benny Morris of being unfair in his attacks on Fortress Israel.
Naomi Shaefer Riley brings new data and her own personal experience to the issue of intermarriage.