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Dreams never dreamed

Shall we begin with the negative side? Or the positive side? It doesn’t matter, it’s all the same side. If it were necessary to determine which group suffers most...

IJN Staff Prayers 5781

ROSH HASHANAH EDITION 5781 SECTION D PAGE 20 Shana Goldberg: Every Sukkot, we see the picture: Thousands of kohanim gathered at the Western Wall for the priestly...

The Trump Doctrine

ROSH HASHANAH EDITION 5781 SECTION A PAGE 2 For my graduate degree I studied international relations, and one term that often comes up in that field is “doctrine.”...

Not discover, re-discovery

ROSH HASHANAH EDITION 5781 SECTION D PAGE 19 Michelangelo was once asked: “How are you able to create such wondrous sculptures and works of art? How can something so...

Not six words. Just two

ROSH HASHANAH EDITION 5781 SECTION D PAGE 19 It’s hard to come up with the words to sum up a year marked by a global pandemic, especially knowing it’s still raging...

Praying alone on Rosh Hashanah?

To pray alone on Rosh Hashanah? Prayer is never alone. Prayer, to borrow from the Greek philosopher Plotinus, is the flight of the alone to the Alone. At a minimum,...

Krug’s modern-day minstrel show

Great imposters are the lifeblood of “stranger than fiction” stories that are hard to resist. Tales of troubled people who find it difficult to live life in their...

Mental health, out of the shadows

While these days we might all be walking around masked, in a twist of irony and paradox, COVID has actually ripped the mask off of so many aspects of our lives. Among...

9/11: What we remember, what we have forgotten

It should not take a national tragedy to evoke all that we are missing now — American patriotism and national unity Think back to September 10, 2001. On that day,...

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder; likewise, crime

Readers might note that in an IJN story about two “Boogaloo Bois” members arested for attempting to give material support to Hamas, the following sentence was...