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City for a Future

Shimon Breitkopf and Shlomi Gil

Incoming mayor Rabbi Avraham Rubinstein is best known both for helping the “little guy,” and keeping Bnei Brak on the map, spiritually and fiscally

 

More Than Just a Visit

Margie Pensak

Bikur Cholim organizations around the world are a function of unconditional chesed. But perhaps their greatest gift is the support during medical crises, when life feels overwhelming

 

Rose Report: Why Chareidim Are Ready for Elections

Binyamin Rose

Why would the chareidi parties terminate their dream government?

 

Washington Wrap: The Washington-Israel Nexus

Omri Nahmias

Rocked by instability and scandal, Bibi and Trump reaffirm their bond

 

Eye on Europe: The British Are Coming

Gedalia Guttentag

After seventy years of cold shoulder, Britain’s royals on the way to Israel

 

The Opinionator: Is There a Future for Jews in Europe?

Gedalia Guttentag

CER President Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt: “Although Europe’s security issues seem to have stabilized, it’s the religious rights issue that’s not going to go away”

 

The Money Trap: An Open-and-Shut Case

Gila Arnold

Handing a large sum of money over to someone in exchange for a promise can lead to drastic, life-altering consequences. Such is the story of Shaul

 

Impressions: 30 Days Before

Yehudah Rosset

Forty years after the murder of Yosef Dov Weissman Hy”d, family and friends are still amazed that he wrote a will after envisioning his own death

 

Lifelines: Rising from the Ashes

C. Saphir

She may have survived the war and built a successful professional life for herself, but part of her died in Auschwitz

 

Normal Like Me: Chapter 35

Ruti Kepler

Maybe I hadn’t even made it into the news, though. A woman getting shot in the arm because of a misunderstanding with the police wasn’t really that interesting

 

Endnote: One Return Brings Another; The World's Biggest Kiddush

Riki Goldstein

They listened to the song eight times, and eventually, the boy said, “Okay, I’ll do it. You can arrange a meeting for me. I’m ready now”

 

A Few Minutes with... State Senator Simcha Felder

Jacob Kornbluh

State Senator Simcha Felder advocates for armed police officers in front of schools



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Handed Over
Rabbi Moshe Grylak Moshe Rabbeinu was facing the ultimate test
Spiritual Tug of War
Yonoson Rosenblum Each neshamah knows what it needs
Wake-up Call
Eytan Kobre Of such basic, inherent gifts is happiness made
Pointing… at Ourselves
Rabbi Henoch Plotnik The great ones don’t place the blame on anyone else
All for a Good Cause
Mishpacha Contributors Is it really impossible to go back to the simpler way?
If It Can Happen to Kodak…
Yitzchok Saftlas, Shira Isenberg Branding tips for staying ahead of the pack
Blessed, Contented, Praiseworthy
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman Fifteen little words: they contain an entire universe
Desperate Remedies
Jacob L. Freedman They were calm, but I was furious. This happened again?!
Even in the Valley of Death
Riki Goldstein “Listen to me sing. Perhaps you will change your mind”
If Shoes Could Talk
Riki Goldstein “We are the shoes, we are the last witnesses”
Will Geulah Finally Win?
Riki Goldstein Geulah versus Galus: color war during the Nine Days
Top Specialist
Faigy Peritzman As Dovid Hamelech said, “I believed because I spoke”
In My Space
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Let your spouse make mistakes — and see the payoffs
Second Nature
Rebbetzin Suri Gibber In order to change, you need to act
The Detective: Part I
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer “It just showed me that his behavior is not normal”
Know This: Adoption
Nechami Levi Why would adoption work for us when nothing else had?