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In a Class of Their Own

Yisroel Besser

Menahalim across the board agree that this is the next frontier in chinuch: a functional and vibrant network of private educators

 

Always a Pressburger

Aryeh Ehrlich

Rabbi Romi Cohn’s life follows several narratives, but the story he holds most dear is how he restored the Chasam Sofer’s gravesite — because he’s still a Pressburger at heart

 

Riches from the East

Barbara Bensoussan

Rabbi Marvin Tokayer took a pulpit in Japan, and returned with historic treasures

 

Rose Report: Handcuffs Won’t Shackle ISIS Ideology

Binyamin Rose

“Political correctness should be set aside, and reality should become the guide for definitions, plans, and their implementation”

 

Washington Wrap: IAC’s Growing Numbers and Influence

Omri Nahmias

IAC may soon become a force that could compete with AIPAC, at a time when some Jewish Americans have lost confidence in the latter

 

Inside Israel: The Saudi Story Behind Hariri’s Resignation

Eliezer Shulman

To understand why al-Hariri threw in the towel where he did, when he did, a review of the key players in the region is in order

 

Metro & Beyond: Speaker Race Next

Jacob Kornbluh

Last week, Agudath Israel of America hosted a candidate forum at its annual legislative breakfast, featuring five out of the eight candidates who have announced their candidacy

 

On Site: Find Your Very Own Orange Socks

Gershon Burstyn

Bursts of color and black humor as chareidi artists use their gifts to highlight what makes us both individual and united

 

Lifelines: Prognosis of Hope

C. Saphir

When I heard that I was a candidate for a transplant, I thought, What are they talking about? This sounds like science fiction!

 

Normal Like Me: Chapter 18

Ruti Kepler

“My own sisters are disgusted by me, while this girl from some island in the Pacific Ocean treats me with such respect”

 

Endnote: Return of The Rabbis’ Sons

Riki Goldst

In 1991, I was approached by Shorashim, an organization providing Jewish education for Russian children living in America. Could we organize a Rabbis’ Sons reunion?



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