Rahel Musleah is an award-winning journalist with many years of experience. Her compelling profiles and feature stories have won the respect of editors and readers. Her articles have appeared in The New York Times, Publishers Weekly, Family Circle, Parents, Hadassah Magazine, Jewish Woman, Reform Judaism, Moment, Forward, Na’amat Woman, MyJewishLearning.com and more. She also brings her distinctive style to writing and editing camp and school newsletters and to creating Jewish family education curricula.

Visit these web sites to read articles written by Rahel Musleah:

Hadassah magazine

Naamat Woman

Reform Judaism magazine

Jewish Woman (a variety of articles on topics of identity, health, social issues, and current events)

Jewish Journal (articles for the each of the holidays in the Jewish calendar)

Articles about India and Sephardic Customs

Return to India 2006 (Clinging to a Long Branch)
B’nai Menashe of India (Journey to the East)
Calcutta Travel
Return to India 1997 (Bazaar of Generations)
Rosh Hashanah, Calcutta Style
From Portugal to Persia
Apples & Pomegranates

(For permission to reprint any articles, please contact Rahel)
You are Hadassah Magazine's #1 writer. We are so lucky to have a relationship with you.
Zelda Shluker
Managing Editor, Hadassah Magazine
I actually enjoyed reading the article [you wrote about me], which is rare for me. Thanks for being fair and balanced. And you write very well.
Michael Tucker, actor, author
I just wanted to say thank you for the amazing piece you wrote in Hadassah. It was really wonderful and so many people have been letting me know they enjoyed reading it.
Eric J. Schorr
President-elect | LionPAC
Columbia University & JTS | 2012