Corbyn should not have lit the Chanukiah
Miriam Shaviv argues that the Labour leader should not be invited at all to Jewish community events.
Growing up should be about helping others
We should encourage our youngsters to make volunteering a standard, basic part of their bat- or bar-mitzvah year, writes Miriam Shaviv.
When every issue is a battle...
Orthodox feminists were hugely shocked last week, when Elana Sztokman, formerly Executive Director of America’s Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance, made a momentous decision
Tide is already turning
Miriam Shaviv writes of a a small but significant sign of the sea change in attitudes to gay people in the Israeli Orthodox sector
We need to look at the big picture
There are rumblings that Charedi Jews need to start taking more responsibility for community affairs. But recent events in Israel show just what a double-edged sword that could turn out to be.
Israel must change its message
Stop with the biblical comparisons and move on, writes Miriam Shaviv
School choice is an illusion
The system is set up to make parents think that they have a choice about secondary schools, writes Miriam Shaviv
Trump is no one’s friend
The President only cares about himself, writes Miriam Shaviv
Orthodox women rabbis? It’s a certainty
What next for Orthodox feminists? Miriam Shaviv reports from New York.
Miriam Shaviv: All control is now remote
The real issue for the American Jewish community is not whether Kushner is good or bad for the Jews. It’s that the Jewish establishment has lost control of its relationship with the administration.
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