The Institute for Jewish Ideas and Ideals℠ offers a vision of Orthodox Judaism that is intellectually sound, spiritually compelling, and emotionally satisfying. Based on an unwavering commitment to the Torah tradition and to the Jewish people, it fosters an appreciation of legitimate diversity within Orthodoxy.
An important essay on the nature of prayer and praying
Michael Haruni devised and translated the full Shabbat siddur, Nehalel beShabbat (Nevarech Press, www.nehalel.com) in which photos juxtaposed with prayers direct the user's thoughts to their meanings. Born in London, he lives in Jerusalem with his wife and children. This article appears in issue 19 of Conversations, the journal of the Institute for Jewish Ideas and Ideals.
The World Has't Yet Forgiven the Jews for the Holocaust
Rabbi Dr. Nathan Lopes Cardozo heads the David Cardozo Academy in Jerusalem. A well-known author and lecturer, his writings have often appeared in the publications of the Institute for Jewish Ideas and Ideals
A responsum by Rabbi J. Simcha Cohen, z.l.
A journey through 21st century anti-Semitism
On the relationship of interpersonal and ritual mitzvot
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