ARTICLES FOR RABBI WOHLBERG'S
ADULT EDUCATION CLASS 4/14/21
An Israeli woman was murdered by her husband. It sparked a national reckoning over domestic violence.
For over 40 years, this man bought millions of dollars of New York’s leavened bread products before Passover
Is a Long-Dismissed Forgery Actually the Oldest Known Biblical Manuscript
Sharren Haskel champions Israel’s liberal right wing
We need to talk about 'Kike' - how did the slur originate anyway?
Orthodox and secular Israelis are fighting over Jewish conversion. Why?
How a Southern Baptist woman launched a line of kosher cakes
Supreme Court ruling on conversions fuels Israeli campaign ads
BBC debate on whether Jews are an ethnic minority group sparks outrage
Swiss Jews join Muslims in protesting referendum banning face-covering veils
Sam Fuld played for Team Israel’s cinderella team. Now he’s trying to revamp the Philadelphia Phillies from the front office.
What happens when Rosh Hashanah falls on the first day of school? These districts are trying to figure it out.
From ‘Seinfeld’ to WWII Morocco, these new Haggadah options will spice up your Passover Seder
Vaccinations and tests enable some families to gather for Passover Seders this year
Israel offers compensation to families of missing children
Is the Jewish deli the new synagogue?
Israel briefly reopens Ben Gurion Airport for 302 immigrants from Ethiopia
Portuguese politician suggests that Israel’s vaccination success is because of Jewish financial power
A Blessing Too Good for Jews Alone
A Different Path to Ordination
French chief rabbi clashes with fellow communal leaders in debate over France’s Jewish future
In Orthodox communities where pregnancy is prized, vaccines and variants leave women confused and afraid
The Forgotten Story of the First Female Rabbi Is Finally Being Told
This deadly tragedy at a Yiddish performance is the reason it’s illegal to yell ‘fire!’ in a crowded theater
We are running out of time to preserve endangered Jewish languages - Here is how we can stop them from being lost forever
Why American Jews love
A Call For Moral Clarity
Meet Christie Moore, the Portland oncologist who made a bracha on her vaccination
Men have dominated Jewish texts for most of history. These women are trying to change that.
The Holocaust Stole My Youth. Covid-19 Is Stealing My Last Years.
‘Blood is on your hands’ Antisemitism Cow returns one final time to rail at Twitter
5 things to know about Israel’s attention-grabbing COVID-19 vaccination spree
For Jews from the former Soviet Union, New Year’s Eve always involves a Christmas-style tree
Many Jews refrain from learning Torah on Christmas Eve and call it Nittel Nacht. Here’s my family tradition to spread light.
NY attorney general recuses herself from vaccine-fraud investigation into ParCare clinics, owned by a Hasidic supporter
Assault reported at Chabad of the Bluegrass menorah-lighting in Lexington, Kentucky
Floridians can now ‘Stand with Israel’ on their license plates
I knew Hanukkah celebrated defeating the Greeks
Rio inaugurates long-awaited Holocaust memorial with 72-foot-tall tower
Will American Jews ever be unified again? Abe Foxman remains an optimist.
Nonprofits use tech to match study partners on hows, whys of Shabbat unplugging
This Jewish teen created a daily news digest, The Cramm, read by millions worldwide
A small but growing number of Orthodox rabbis are officiating same-sex weddings
A widely circulated video showed Jews being harassed at Black Lives Matter protest.
The attacker is part of a fringe group.
The Jewish Faucis Orthodox doctors battle COVID — and disinformation — in Orthodox
France is cracking down on radical Islam – with the blessing of its Jewish minority
Secular Synagogues Take Root in Israel
United States of Anxiety: The new fears of American Jews
Charles Barkley calls out Black sports figures, celebrities for anti-Semitism
Why celebrities keep quoting Louis Farrakhan — despite his anti-Semitism
The Anti-Semitism We Didn’t See
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Where Is the Outrage Over Anti-Semitism in Sports and Hollywood?
Twitter Explained | What’s Your #JewishPrivilege?
John Lewis and the Jews: 6 moments that showcase an enduring alliance
In the Talmud, God admits He’s wrong. There’s a lesson there about free speech.
8 American Monuments Celebrating Anti-Semites
A California synagogue memorialized Judah Benjamin, the Confederacy’s most prominent Jew. Here’s how that changed.
Israel’s interior minister again seeks to end conversions outside of state’s Chief Rabbinate
At a German train station, a unique memorial is dedicated to Jews deported to their death
TikTok social media platform users target young people with anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial, study finds
‘Let him drive the kids home’: Orthodox lawmakers advise civil disobedience as suit filed against sleepaway camp ban
‘Believe us’: Black Jews respond to the George Floyd protests, in their own words
The Quiet Demise of the Separation of Church and State
The Palestinian appropriation of black pain
We Orthodox Jews have been largely complacent about racism. It’s time to change that.
The protesters are praying with their feet. Why can’t we pray in our shuls?
Lag b’Omer is traditionally a day of Jewish weddings. What will happen under social distancing
Technology makes Jewish education more accessible. We must ensure the tradeoff isn’t our values.
Israel is ready to reopen. I’m not.
I’m a statistician. Closing camp because of corona is a huge mistake.
Our True Colors
Synagogue jumps to revise slogan slammed as sexist for linking women and whining
Down the tubes: How Israel’s poop may help prevent second coronavirus wave
High Court pans coalition deal, but signals no ruling until relevant laws passed
Today, we’re mourning the loss of our social spaces. Tomorrow, let’s redesign them.
Letter from Los Angeles: Love in the time of coronavirus
Wearing a face mask? You’re doing a mitzvah. Make a brachah!
Dramatic, socially distanced protests against Israel’s government deal continue in Tel Aviv
Counting the Omer in a World Without Time
Bereaved families plead for reconciliation at joint Israeli-Palestinian memorial
The handshake is dead. Long live the…
Stop shaking hands. Do this instead
Rotation, annexation et al: Key elements of the Netanyahu-Gantz coalition deal
Netanyahu said to favor curfew on Independence Day, Ramadan nights
With services online, many synagogues are seeing greater attendance — at least for now
Netanyahu’s Power Is Extended as Rival Accepts Israel Unity Government
Worldwide population of 14.7 million Jews falls well short of pre-World War II numbers
Jerusalem’s Old City, virtual reality edition: A game brings quarantined people around the world into the holy neighborhood
Holocaust trivialization at protests isn’t just offensive. It threatens democracy
Why do we still remember the Holocaust? To be inspired