Emes Ve-Emunah Learners or Earners? 14 Jun
The author reflects on a debate within the Charedi community about whether young women should prioritize dating "Learners" who study in Kollel full-time or "...
14 Jun
Emes Ve-Emunah Are We Living in Messianic Times? 11 Jun
The text discusses the concept of whether we are currently living in messianic times, examining various perspectives and historical examples. It delves into ...
11 Jun
Emes Ve-Emunah Too Little, Too Late 10 Jun
The article discusses the evolution and challenges faced by Reform Judaism, particularly in the context of assimilation and changing attitudes towards Jewish...
10 Jun
Emes Ve-Emunah Why the Palestinian Perspective Resonates 9 Jun
The text emphasizes how the Palestinian perspective resonates due to their deep-seated grievances against Israel, viewing it as an apartheid state that colon...
9 Jun
Emes Ve-Emunah Without Sustenance, There is No Torah 7 Jun
Rav Moshe Hillel Hirsch, an esteemed Rosh Yeshiva in Israel, is facing criticism for his staunch opposition to allowing Charedi students to be drafted into t...
7 Jun
Emes Ve-Emunah Recognizing BBC Antisemitism 6 Jun
The text criticizes the BBC for alleged antisemitism in its reporting on Israeli strikes in Gaza, highlighting a biased narrative against Israel. It discusse...
6 Jun
Emes Ve-Emunah Some Sobering Thoughts about a Glorious Day 5 Jun
Yom Yerushalayim in 1967 marked a triumphant moment for Israel, with the IDF regaining the Kotel and other territories in just 6 days. However, reflections o...
5 Jun
Emes Ve-Emunah How Will History Treat Netanyahu? 4 Jun
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces strong criticism from various quarters for his conservative politics, alliances with right-wing parties, corr...
4 Jun
Emes Ve-Emunah Is America Philosemitic or Antisemitic? 3 Jun
The text discusses the issue of whether America is philosemitic or antisemitic, using the election of a Jewish woman, Claudia Sheinbaum, as President of Mexi...
3 Jun
Emes Ve-Emunah The Malaise Within the Charedi Yeshiva System 2 Jun
The author expresses concern over a phenomenon within the Charedi Yeshiva world that emphasizes full-time Torah study to the exclusion of other pursuits, lea...
2 Jun
Emes Ve-Emunah The Former President’s Felony Conviction 31 May
A New York County DA, Alvin Bragg, reflects on the public reactions to former President Trump's felony conviction, highlighting the stark divide between his ...
31 May
Emes Ve-Emunah Social Climbing in Orthodox Judaism 30 May
Orthodox Judaism is often seen as an equalizer due to shared religious obligations such as living in the same neighborhoods and sending children to the same ...
30 May
Emes Ve-Emunah Tyab, Okeefe, and Haley 29 May
The text discusses fatigue from ongoing discussions about the Israel-Hamas conflict and increased antisemitism, emphasizing the importance of addressing bias...
29 May
Emes Ve-Emunah The Unavoidable Images of War 28 May
The text discusses Israel's struggle in the international public relations sphere amid conflicts with Hamas in Gaza. It highlights the challenges Israel face...
28 May
Emes Ve-Emunah The Decline of MO and Ascendancy of the Right 27 May
Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin suggests that Modern Orthodoxy (MO) in America may need to embrace Kabbalah and Chassidus to survive; contrasting MO's less stringent o...
27 May
Emes Ve-Emunah The Sky is Not Falling 26 May
Amid concerns about rising antisemitism in America, a Jewish pundit in Mishpacha Magazine suggests that while the acceptance of Jews in the country may be de...
26 May
Emes Ve-Emunah The Roosting Chickens of Charedi Education 24 May
In the realm of Charedi Jewish education, a financial crisis is currently affecting schools across the U.S., with a shortage of big donors and many parents u...
24 May
Emes Ve-Emunah Yet Another Instance of European Antisemtism 23 May
The text discusses the recognition of a Palestinian state by leaders of Spain, Norway, and Ireland and argues that this move is fundamentally antisemitic due...
23 May
Emes Ve-Emunah How is it Possible? Food for Thought 22 May
The text delves into the perplexing question of how seemingly normal individuals in 1930s Germany could accept and even enjoy life amid the genocide of Jews ...
22 May
Emes Ve-Emunah A Short Vort 21 May
The text discusses President Biden's clear statement emphasizing that there is no equivalence between Israel and Hamas, rejecting the International Criminal ...
21 May
Emes Ve-Emunah The Butcher of Tehran Dies 20 May
The article discusses the case of Arvin Ghahremani, a 20-year-old Jewish man in Iran who was sentenced to death after a confrontation that resulted in a man'...
20 May
Emes Ve-Emunah What Will It Take for a Paradigm Shift? 17 May
The tragic death of 5 Charedi IDF soldiers in a friendly fire incident has raised questions about the Charedi community's evolving relationship with the IDF ...
17 May
Emes Ve-Emunah Israeli Security - Before and After October 7th 16 May
The text discusses the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, tracing back to the roots of Zionism and Arab resistance to Jewish settlement in the region. It ...
16 May
Emes Ve-Emunah Antisemtism - America and Europe 15 May
In a discussion on antisemitism in America and Europe, the writer notes that while there are pockets of antisemitism on both fringes of society in America, i...
15 May
Emes Ve-Emunah The Evils of Extremist 'Patriotists' 14 May
The text discusses the author's frustration with extremist individuals who perpetrate violence and harm in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, particularly cri...
14 May
Emes Ve-Emunah Conformity and Revisionist History 13 May
The text discusses the issue of conformity and revisionist history within the Jewish religious community, noting a shift towards more stringent observance an...
13 May
Emes Ve-Emunah Sympathy for the Wrong People 12 May
The text discusses the author's concerns about Jews who exhibit anti-Israel sentiments, support causes like Jews for Justice in Palestine, and sympathize wit...
12 May
Emes Ve-Emunah A Win for Hamas 10 May
President Biden's decision to withhold military support from Israel has shifted the bargaining power in favor of Hamas, as they now believe the U.S. will pre...
10 May
Emes Ve-Emunah Why the President is Wrong 9 May
New York Congressman Mike Lawler maintains his belief that President Biden is a friend of Israel but criticizes Biden's decision to withhold military aid, ci...
9 May
Emes Ve-Emunah Jews in America 8 May
President Biden's stance on Israel is the subject of both praise and criticism from within the Jewish community, with disagreement over military actions in G...
8 May
Emes Ve-Emunah The Moral Imperative of Fully Supporting Israel 7 May
The text emphasizes the moral imperative of fully supporting Israel, rejecting comparisons of Zionism to Nazism and underscoring Israel's treatment of its Ar...
7 May
Emes Ve-Emunah The More Things Change... 6 May
The Jewish community is currently experiencing significant divides, particularly regarding the debate around Charedi army service in Israel. Some Charedi fig...
6 May
Emes Ve-Emunah Why is Israeli Suffering Almost Completely Ignored? 5 May
Last night, a significant anti-Netanyahu protest took place in Israel, led by furious hostage family members urging a deal with Hamas to free hostages and de...
5 May
Emes Ve-Emunah Useful Jewish Idiots 3 May
The former chair of Dartmouth's Jewish Studies program, Annelise Orleck, was arrested for joining pro-Palestinian student protests despite warnings from the ...
3 May
Emes Ve-Emunah Protesters, Police, the Media, and Saudi Arabia 2 May
The author criticizes mainstream media for biased reporting on clashes between police and pro-Palestinian demonstrators at UCLA, portraying the police negati...
2 May
Emes Ve-Emunah The Truth About the Protestors 1 May
The article discusses New York Mayor Eric Adams' decision to send NYPD riot police to Columbia University and CUNY campuses to address protests. Despite conc...
1 May
Emes Ve-Emunah A Ray of Sunshine Among the Clouds 28 Apr
Despite recent challenging times for the Jewish community, especially with rising anti-Israel sentiment on college campuses, there is a ray of hope among the...
28 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah Woke Jewish Professors 26 Apr
Professor Jonathan Cohen, a public health professor at USC, is criticized for his anti-Israel stance, which some find hypocritical given his Jewish backgroun...
26 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah The Anti War Protests 25 Apr
The text discusses the surge of anti-Israel protests on college campuses, fueled by student outrage over civilian casualties in the conflict with Hamas. The ...
25 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah May This Pesach Bring an End to War and Bring Peace to Our People 22 Apr
Amidst a challenging year for Israel and rising antisemitism, the celebration of Pesach carries deeper significance as parallels are drawn between historical...
22 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah American Views about Israel Since October 2023 21 Apr
Recently, there has been discussion about American views regarding Israel since October 2023, highlighting differing perspectives among Jewish and non-Jewish...
21 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah Ignorant Jews and their 'Judaism' 19 Apr
The text discusses the issue of ignorance among Jews, particularly focusing on the misunderstanding of academic freedom, Judaism, and the significance of Isr...
19 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah Academia and the American People 18 Apr
In a discussion about antisemitism on college campuses, the responses of university presidents to whether calling for the genocide of Jews violates codes of ...
18 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah The Ignorant View of a Biased Man 17 Apr
The writer criticizes Rabbi Jay Michaelson for condemning Pastor John Hagee's support for Israel, insinuating Hagee's motives are solely to hasten end-times....
17 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah Has There Been an Earthquake in Israel? 16 Apr
A proposal has emerged from Charedi parties in Israel suggesting drafting approximately 25% of yeshiva students annually, possibly rising to nearly 50%, a si...
16 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah Iran and John Fetterman's Moral Compass 15 Apr
Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman, known for his unconventional style and strong progressive reputation, surprised many by becoming a staunch supporter of ...
15 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah Is There a Crack in the Wall of 'Daas Torah'? 14 Apr
Rabbi Moshe Hillel Hirsch, a prominent figure in Lithuanian Jewry, advocates for strict insularity to shield the Jewish community from external influences. I...
14 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah Rabbi Michael Broyde Responds 11 Apr
Rabbi Michael Broyde responds to discussions on anti-Zionism, anti-Israel sentiment, and antisemitism, highlighting the complexities surrounding these issues...
11 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah No New Post Today 10 Apr
The author's Jewish outlook is shaped by their primary Rebbe, Rabbi Aaron Soloveichik, and focused on a pursuit of spiritual truth. Influential works include...
10 Apr
Emes Ve-Emunah Profile in Courage 9 Apr
The text discusses the perspective of Israel's actions in war and highlights Congressman Ritchie Torres as a profile in courage for his stance on the Israeli...
9 Apr