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Moment Co-Founder Elie Wiesel Wins Peoplehood Award

14:57 06 November
Nobel Prize Winner and Moment co-founder Elie Wiesel received the 2012 NADAV Peoplehood Award in Jerusalem, presented by philanthropist and former Russian oligarch Leonid Nevzlin, who founded the NADAV Foundation. The award, in its fourth consecutive year, was also presented to Avishai Cohen, an internationally...

Is Society the Angel of Death? Elie Wiesel's Take

11:10 03 November
by Daniel Kieval “Do not stand idly by the blood of your neighbor.” (Leviticus 19:16) In an address given last week at Wesleyan University, Elie Wiesel called this verse the motto of his adult life. It would have been clear even had he not said...

Judaism without Belief in God? Moment Readers Say Yes

14:23 13 December
Moment Magazine is pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Elephant in the Room essay contest. This year’s question, “What does it mean to be Jewish without belief in God?” elicited wide-ranging, thought-provoking responses. Essays covered a broad variety of ideas, but an overwhelming...

One Year of Moment Plus FREE Tote Bag

14:17 30 November
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Moment is a magazine for anyone who cares about the future of the American Jewish community.”

–National Jewish Book Award-Winner Author Dara Horn

  Moment Magazine illuminates political, cultural and religious complexities of the Jewish world. Originally co-founded by Elie Wiesel and Leonard Fein and now led by Nadine Epstein, it has been called “brilliant” (Howard Sachar), “an indispensable read” (Geraldine Brooks) and “constantly breaking new ground” (Clarence Page).