Saturday, April 20, 2024 -
Print Edition

Opinion

Something in the water

I was at Temple last week for the premiere of its documentary “Heritage, Harmony and Home,” produced for its momentous 150th anniversary.

Top: Pro-Israel rally at the Colorado State Capitol, Oct. 15, 2023. Bottom, l-r: Krista Boscoe, Dr. Ivan Geller

Kudos: Praiseworthy Jewish community figures

Every year the IJN salutes people known or obscure who bring freedom into our lives. Passover, with its message of gratitude to G-d for our freedom, is the appropriate...

From the darkness of the impending danger

As we stand poised to celebrate another Passover: 
 After the astonishing night of Iran’s missiles and drones shot down without a single casualty, it feels like we...

Cast-Iron Potato & Caramelized Onion Kugel (Micah Siva)

Vegetarian Passover? Don’t panic!

When you find out that one of your Shabbat or holiday guests is vegetarian — or worse, vegan — do you panic? Where among the shmaltz-laden potato kugel and roasted...

Is there famine in Gaza?

Among the many prisms of depression since Hamas invaded Israel six months ago have been the distortions and gaps in the press coverage. I find it disturbing to witness...

Simplify, simplify

The arrival of Purim is a telltale sign that Passover is only 30 days away, which means you better get moving on cleaning the house. My father taught me that big chores...

Pay for slay? Perish the thought

No longer will the Palestinian Authority pay people to kill people — on the books, anyway. “Your honor, I am not guilty of murder. All I did was hire the hit man.”

The next thing you knew . . .

Today, on first day of Nisan, it’s hard to feel the joy of an upcoming redemptive holiday. It feels like this war will never end. Despite the IDF having removed ground...

Tragedy for aid workers, Biden’s double standard for Israel

Any time aid workers in a conflict zone are killed is a tragedy for the victims, for their families and for people of good will everywhere. The number of fatalities...

Whose values?

Mine was one of the 180,000 letters that were written to President Biden last week to mark the 180th day since Oct. 7, the 180th day that innocent people continued to be...