Three stories of unconventional – if not necessarily un-Orthodox – love in honor of Tu B’Av
Once a year the national-religious right suddenly weeps about ‘baseless hatred’; the rest of the year they’re sowing hatred against Arabs, the left, human rights groups, the media, the High Court of Justice, and recently even the heads of the security services
Once upon a time this day marked the end of a terrible plague. Then revisionism got involved.
Education Ministry changes vacation from May 14 to 15 to ensure bonfires aren't lit on Shabbat
The guilty seder pleasure of many Jews is popular with West Indians and African-Americans, too
The Israeli greeting 'Haaaappy Holiday!' is like the title 'Comrade' in the Soviet lexicon and anyone who says it is a party member
Some communities invite refugees from Syria, Gaza and Yemen to join their Passover meal, while at other seders, the theme is woven in with textual additions and symbolic foods
Courtesy of Moti Bochbut, executive chef at Jerusalem Inbal Hotel.
From Trump to refugees to police brutality – how are this year's new Haggadahs different from others? In a word: politics.
Spending the Passover meal at a hotel buys your freedom from cooking and cleaning, but at a steep price.