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Sen. Ted Cruz, '16 Presidential Hopeful, Woos New York Jewish Donors - UPDATED

UPDATE: This story has been updated to reflect the correct location of the meeting between Mr. Cruz and Mr. Adelson, as well as a different characterization of the results of that meeting. 1,871 more words

'Depressing'? Tone-deaf celeb Rabbi Shmuley Boteach inconvenienced by terrorist attack in Israel

@bethanyshondark Whoa.

— Amelia (@AmeliaHammy) November 20, 2014

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach is a seasoned author and TV/radio host. So you’d hope he’d be choose his words more carefully than this:

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Rabbi Shmuley Got It Wrong: NYU's Jewish Groups Strongly Back Israel

When we first saw Rabbi Shmuley Boteach’s piece in the Observer on Monday, “Israel Must Be Defended on American Campuses,” and its subtitle, “Nobelist Elie Wiesel Comes to Cooper Union to Stand Up for Israel— 791 more words

Israel Must be Defended on American Campuses

NEW YORK OBSERVER
by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
November 17, 2014

Nobelist Elie Wiesel Comes to Cooper Union to Stand Up for Israel — Even If NYU’s Jewish Student Groups Won’t… 223 more words

Israel & Middle East

Talking Lust with Rabbi Boteach

“Your generation is not going to be in a relationship that isn’t exciting. I endorse that,” states Rabbi Shmuley Boteach with maximum confidence. Sitting in a Starbucks near Lincoln Center, our generational differences seem minimal, he from Generation X, me Y. 1,281 more words

Do Ultra-Orthodox Jews Have Better Sex?

NEW YORK MAGAZINE
by Steve Fishman
September 17, 2014

When I recently met Rabbi Shmuley Boteach in Central Park, he was wearing Ray-Bans with tight black biking spandex and smoking a cigar. 199 more words

Jewish

God Command Abraham to Sacrifice Isaac

The following was written by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach.

The most confusing story of the Bible involves G-d’s commandment to Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac. What was this G-d, who would later declare that all human, and especially child, sacrifice to be an abomination, thinking? 195 more words

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