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OU Press Staff

The Israeli Election You Get a Vote In

March 19, 2015, by

While Americans were largely on the sidelines in Israel’s latest election, there is one Israeli election that American Jews can participate in and it’s a really important one. It’s the election for the World Zionist Congress (WZC) and the outcome will likely have a hand in determining the course of Israel’s future. Below is a

Custom-made Judaism

September 18, 2014, by

As a delinquent high school student, David Schottenstein toured the globe — jumping from one Jewish high school to the next. “My cousin used to say that I was escorted from the finest yeshivas in the world,” he laughed, recalling the various adventures he had as he crisscrossed the United States and Europe, traveling from

Nachum Segal Live @ OU Israel Center

December 9, 2013, by

Check out Nachum Segal Live at the OU Israel Center!  Including interviews with Rabbi Avi Berman, Mayer Fertig, Gavriel Kalish, Yirmi Elkus, Rivka Segal, Rivka Abbe and  Yael Tamari. Nachum Was Live at the OU Israel Center this Morning to Kick Off a Great Week of Broadcasts from Israel

The Lonely Man of Faith

September 13, 2011, by

Lonely Man of Faith is a recent documentary film on the life and legacy of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, the intellectual leader of Modern Orthodox Judaism in 20th Century America. Throughout his life, in Europe, New York and Boston, he struggled to forge a path between Jewish tradition and the modern age, an ordeal that

The Seder: Birth of the Chesed Community

March 24, 2009, by

Based on a commentary in the new Haggadah, The Seder Night: An Exalted Evening, with the commentary of “the Rav”, Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik . Compiled by Rabbi Simon Posner. The birth of the chesed community – of a nation within which people unite, care for each other, share what they possess—is symbolized by the korban