Articles by Chani Grossman

Review of Letters to Talia

Reviewed Book: Letters to Talia (Yedioth Ahronoth. 2005) On October 25, 1971, a high school girl living on an unnamed kibbutz near Haifa sent a letter to a twenty-year-old hesder student whom she had never met. She initially reached out to him because she wanted to know why, at a Gesher kiruv ... Read more →

Keeping Our Oldest Story Relevant – The Haggadah of Don Yitzchak Abarbanel

Storytelling[1] has been a part of Jewish history since the inception of the Jewish nation. One of the first commandments we received as a nation was a multi-part commandment to tell the story of the Exodus from slavery over to our children – “and you shall tell your son on that day ... Read more →