The event now will honor volunteers in Israel who worked to register America voters and will be geared to American Evangelicals watching the event at home on Christian television networks.
(JTA) — The founder of group that claims to have taken 7,300 Jewish mothers on subsidized tours of Israel has posted a video that references the end of days and urges Jews to move to Israel for safety reasons. Lori Palatnik, founder and director of the Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project, which runs trips that some… More ▸
By Julie Wiener
If there had been just one “Uptown Funk” parody for Passover, Dayenu. But there are two. More ▸
By Ben Sales
A trip subsidized by an Orthodox outreach group gives Jewish moms a chance to get away from it all while getting in touch with their heritage. More ▸
By Talia Lavin
Aish HaTorah’s website has some dating advice for women — don’t argue, don’t tout your accomplishments, don’t pursue men, don’t share too much personal information, dress nicely and wear makeup. More ▸
By Jana Banin
Aish.com’s Rosh Hashanah-themed take on Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky,” has gone viral, and with good reason. The video for “Get Clarity,” set in the old city, features breakdancing yeshiva boys, some pretty impressive shofar action, and vocals from a kid cute enough to give Edon Pinchot a run for his money. If you haven’t yet… More ▸
By Uri Fintzy
Every year our Facebook friends, Twitter followers and fellow emailers send us Rosh Hashanah videos.
They are usually parodies of popular songs — and amateurish (or sometimes too professional). Sometimes they’re funny, sometimes they’re endearing, but most times they kind of get old after the, umm, 100th share. So we decided to ease on the pre-holiday headache and put this year’s top Rosh Hashanah videos on one ultimate page for you to share. We just want your newsfeed to be clean and tidy — it’s a new year, you know.
Here they are…
1. The “Boy Bands Are Cool Again!” video
Aish – “What Makes Rosh Hashanah Beautiful” (based on One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful”) More ▸
Digital technology is changing Jewish education across the board, and all agree: Get on board or get left behind. More ▸
Taking both the success of Israel Peace Week and the widening legitimacy of the BDS movement into account, the pro-Israel community must think critically about how to maintain support for Israel among tomorrow’s leaders, writes the director of education for Hasbara Fellowships. More ▸
By Sue Fishkoff
What would the Exodus have looked like online? A new video tells the story using Facebook, Google, Twitter, Skype and other Internet-era social media. More ▸