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Ari Shavit’s bittersweet love letter to fans of Israel PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 30 January 2014 15:22

Rabbi James RosenbergRabbi James RosenbergAri Shavit’s “My Promised Land: The Triumph and Tragedy of Israel” is a bittersweet love letter addressed to all those who want to see Israel succeed as a democratic Jewish state.

The subtitle suggests why bitter (“Tragedy”) and why sweet (“Triumph”).

Shavit, born in Rehovot in 1956, is a respected columnist for Haaretz and a popular commentator on Israeli public television. He has taken well over 400 pages to offer an exhaustive account of the slow transformation of the Zionist dream into a richly complex but problematic reality. His book is wise, nuanced, and honest; the author is not afraid to focus upon the heartbreaking and deeply troubling moral compromises that have accompanied the creation of the State of Israel.

 
A very narrow bridge PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 17 January 2014 14:56

Rabbi James RosenbergRabbi James RosenbergIn 1995 Kay Redfield Jamison, Professor of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, published “An Unquiet Mind,” a breakthrough book on the subject of manic-depressive illness – today, most often referred to as “bipolar disorder.” What makes this book so special is that the author makes public her “private experience of madness” from a dual perspective: she tells her story from the subjective standpoint of a woman who has suffered from the disease for more than 30 years; at the same time she writes with the “objective” eye of a world-renowned expert in mood disorders in general and manic-depressive illness in particular.

 
Berlin: a city that lives with the dead PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 03 January 2014 16:56
Rabbi James RosenbergRabbi James Rosenberg

The German/English “Berlin & City Guide” (No. 6, 2013) contains an article entitled “Remembering the terror,” which begins with the following sentence: “Berlin’s theme year ‘Diversity Destroyed’ encompasses not only the Nazis’ rise to power in 1933 but also remembers the November pogroms of 1938, when all over Germany synagogues were burned and desecrated and the persecution of the Jews reached new heights.” The writer goes on to direct tourists to various locations in Berlin, which promote the memory of “the terror” – in particular, the persecution of the Jews.

 
Joseph’s many colors PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 19 December 2013 15:12
Rabbi James RosenbergRabbi James Rosenberg

The story of Joseph and his brothers is the longest continuous narrative in our entire Torah; its telling takes four consecutive readings of the parashat ha-shavuah, the weekly Shabbat Torah portion – this year extending from November 23 through December 14. The story begins with the first verse of Genesis, chapter 37, and concludes with chapter 50, verse 26, the final words of our first Biblical book, which inform us that Joseph died at the age of 110, was embalmed and placed in a coffin in Egypt.

 
A Vision of Hope PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 05 December 2013 17:08

Rabbi James RosenbergRabbi James RosenbergSuhad Babaa is an intelligent and articulate young woman, bursting with a passion to make this world a better place. She is currently Director of Programming for Just Vision

 
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