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Doron Kornbluth

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Haifa is best known as a working — not a beach — town. The saying goes, “Haifa works, Jerusalem prays, and Tel Aviv plays.”
Shiloh is an ancient city located 40 kilometers north of Jerusalem. For generations, it was Israel’s spiritual center.
Also known as “the city of palm trees,” Jericho was the first town in the Land of Israel that the Israelites conquered under Joshua.
Practical tips for parents and grandparents
What are the most essential principles for transmitting a strong Jewish identity to our children and grandchildren? What changes can we implement in our homes that will really make a difference in the long run? Doron Kornbluth presents five simple rules f...
Why you should bury your loved one the Jewish way
Who are funerals for, the dead or the living?
A Jewish View
Author Doron Kornbluth, who spent over three years studying the subject, talks about the reasons some people choose cremation, and explains why throughout history Judaism and Jews have insisted on burial.
Connecting Children Jewishly
How is it that such “great” people could think so big and act so small? Judaism teaches that it wasn’t a coincidence. It was, in fact, because they thought so big—or, rather, because they only thought so big—that they acted so small!
A sense of history provides context to help us better deal with the present, tools to understand ourselves and others. Understanding our national past strengthens pride and provides a sense of the mystery of transcendence about our role in the universe. P...
A Passover memory
One of the most important Jewish things parents can do for their kids is to foster a feeling of connection to the Jewish People. By helping our kids identify with other Jews early on in their lives, parents radically increase the chances that their kids w...
In September 1990 I went off to defend a country that I was prohibited from entering. The “Jewish” on my dog tag remained as clear and unmistakable as the American star on the hood of every Army truck . . .
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