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49th St. Hub of Halachah

Rifka Junger

Rav Moshe Stern, the Debrecener Rav, focused on kavod Shamayim while soothing postwar survivors and struggling Yidden. Twenty years after his passing, he’s still the rebbi of a generation

 

Mining for Gold in Albany

Binyamin Rose, Albany, NY

Yeruchim Silber’s career in political advocacy and community relations has brought millions of dollars in grants to nonprofits in the Jewish community

 

Field of Silence

Machla Abramovitz

As tragic as their lives in the Lodz ghetto were, they were given the precious gift of kever Yisrael in a meadow called the Lodz Ghetto Field

 

Future Plans

Chananel Shapiro

Architect Yechiel Komet has designed some of Israel’s most impressive hotels and skyscrapers, but when asked to plan a shul, he returned to his family’s legacy

 

Testing Israel’s Mettle on Temple Mount

Binyamin Rose

Why Israel needs a zero-tolerance policy on terror

 

Pressure Points Build in Bibi Probe

Eliezer Shulman

Attorney general Avichai Mandelblit holds Netanyahu’s political fate in his hands

 

On a Collusion Course

Binyamin Rose

Is president Trump in trouble with the law?

 

The Money Trap: Mind Your Own Business

Libi Astaire

What separates the success stories from the failures? What can be done to increase your chances of success? What if you’re 40 or older?

 

Lifelines: Seize the Day

C. Saphir

I had never seen or experienced thirst and passion for doing mitzvos — a passion that was riveting, and addictive

 

Normal Like Me: Chapter 3

Ruti Kepler

“They’re jealous, because deep in their hearts they know that we’re dressed the way Jewish women should be dressed,” I explained to Faigy



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