In this issue

May 20, 2003

Rabbi Pinchas Stolper: The Mystery of Lag B'Omer

Mona Charen: The suffering Palestinians

May 19, 2003

Michael Freund: Excuse me, Prof. Powell, but I'm a bit confused

May 16, 2003

Rabbi Hillel Goldberg: What is the 'counting of the Omer'?

Jonathan Tobin: Credibility on the Line: Lack of trust for journalists didn't grow out of a vacuum

May 15, 2003

Carol Rosenberg: Iraq's only rabbi the glue that keeps tiny Jewish community together

Jackie Mason & Raoul Felder: Dem duds

May 14, 2003

Dr. Debby Schwarz Hirschhorn: Confessions of a religious feminist

Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's Jewish Gen-X strip with ecumenical appeal, Everything's Relative. Online exclusively at JWR.

May 13, 2003

Daniel Pipes and Gary Gambill: Sending Syria a signal

Victor J. Wishna: Hip-Hop Mameleh

May 12, 2003

Jonathan Tobin: Redefining "Pro-Israel"

Richard Z. Chesnoff: The Syrian double cross

May 9, 2003

Chosen Words: The latest installment of the newsletter for spiritual and personal growth written for the layman dealing with real life issues

Charles Krauthammer: The Roadblock on the Road Map

May 8, 2003

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: How much can the bull market bear? Is it ethical for landlords to charge all the market will bear?

Elliot Gertel: Thankfully, "It Runs in the Family" doesn't in most Jewish ones

May 7, 2003

Sarah Shapiro: To be or not to be?

Ask Wendy: Give a house, lose a daughter?; death doings; open season on sis-in-law

May 6, 2003

Jeff Jacoby: Help the living before the dead

Daniel Pipes: War as social work?

May 5, 2003

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Selective morality

Zev Chafets: Truth or Consequences: To win Arab liberals' trust, Bush needs to find Iraq's WMDs

May 2, 2003

Rabbi Berel Wein: Want to be holy? Do something about it

Jonathan Tobin: Good Tom, Bad Tom

May 1, 2003

George Will: Antidote to Historical Amnesia

Steven Zak: A matter of honor