Ruth Lieberman

Eat, pray, love

The status quo at the Wall must be preserved, and if that means following Orthodox practice, so be it

Anna Roiser

At the Wall with strength and song

After a lifetime of humdrum synagogue attendance, praying with the Women of the Wall was inspirational

Alon Tal

Charles Bronfman’s extraordinary life

Book Review In his memoir, Distilled, the Birthright co-founder paints a surprisingly candid picture of a life well-lived

Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Is the Western Wall a kind of idolatry?

When the Six Day War turned the site of spiritual quest into one of nationalism, it began blocking the Divine Presence

Rachel Sharansky Danziger

A crack in our foundation stone

Can we go on building our peoplehood, after one side has clearly said: ‘You don’t actually matter to us.’?