A growing number of Jewish North American young adults are choosing to pursue higher education in Israel and then settle there.
Bread isn’t the only thing that may not be rising this Pesach.
Upon visiting Sderot in 2019 and learning about the myriad physical and emotional challenges affecting the city’s youth as a result of the dire security situation, the Kohns concluded that funding a permanent youth center would be the perfect way to continue Toni’s work and honor her legacy.
While it’s difficult to pinpoint the exact number of Orthodox divorcees, one thing is certain: they are far more prevalent in our communities than we realize.
If the topic of divorce makes many people uneasy, one can only imagine the discomfort experienced by those who live it.
The dissolution of a marriage and family naturally has a profound impact on a couple’s children, who often suffer serious collateral challenges.
I distinctly remember two [Pesach] Sedarim where my grandfather was not at the table. He was in his study on the phone dealing with issues of pikuach nefesh.
The Aliyah Risk Calculator (aliyahresearch.com/calculator/) scientifically measures a family’s likelihood to prosper in Israel based on its strengths and resources as well as its risks
You can live comfortably in Israel, with the right planning and an open mind
Tips from Israeli financial experts Rifka Lebowitz and Baruch Labinsky