In its Old City, a Christian, a Jew and a Muslim marked Easter, Passover and Ramadan. To some, it’s a “symphony.” To others, a reminder of division.
Why would we emulate such terrible behavior?
When even Elijah has a seat at the table … but you don’t.
The Exodus is a dangerous story of liberation. Let’s learn from it.
Some shun phones at the Seder table. But, these days, some also welcome them.
Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
Four recent deadly attacks have highlighted Palestinian anger over vanishing prospects of a Palestinian state, but the assailants’ diverse backgrounds have left many questions unanswered.
Idit Silman, the de facto government whip, left the coalition, depriving the government of a parliamentary majority. But her move does not mean the opposition can win a vote of no confidence, at least for now.
Black American Jews say they are seeking ways to bring their full identity to the symbolic food of the Passover meal.
Glistening with honey and pomegranate juice and studded with pine nuts, this baked onion and rice casserole is anything but unassuming.
The attacks have heightened fears of further violence in April, when the convergence of three religious holidays has leaders on edge.
“Focusing on every detail, rather than buying it in a box in the store, makes for a more direct and meaningful connection,” said Meir Rapaport, who bakes matzo with relatives outside their Brooklyn home.
Next year in Jerusalem? How about next year anywhere but Zoom.
Easter, Passover and Ramadan will be a little less lonely this year as more people get vaccinated. But experts say we can’t let down our guard just yet.
A wide-reaching family’s interpretations of a Moroccan Jewish recipe reflects their history.
Scaled for a smaller crowd and easy enough for weeknights, these festive Passover recipes will become part of your regular rotation.
There are two culture wars, but only one with deadly consequences.
In Jewish tradition the body must be buried within 24 hours. I fight with myself about whether to travel to Cleveland.
A granddaughter learns cooking secrets from her grandma — over FaceTime.
We can make digital gatherings meaningful. But it takes work.
Jewish families on Wednesday will again recount the 10 plagues from the Book of Exodus. Only this year will be a little different.
Religious families lean on technology this month to recreate disrupted rituals.