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Iranian Revolution

Barbara Bensoussan

Rabbi David Shofet and Rabbi David Zargari put themselves in the midst of Persian ex-pats in Los Angeles, to ensure that the real wealth not be lost

 

Over the Green Line

Shlomi Gil

A spate of arrests have involved young people from chareidi families being used by sophisticated handlers to smuggle drugs and other contraband through airport customs

 

What’s Really Going on at NYU Hospital?

Malky Lowinger

Why is NYU pulling the plug on Bikur Cholim?

 

Britain Puts the Brakes on Jewish Education

Shoshana R. Meiri

As gov’t imposes liberal education, is there a future for Jews in UK?

 

Religion, Not Land, the Key to Peace

Binyamin Rose

Religion, not real estate, is the key to Middle East peace

 

Where’s Binyamin Rose?

Binyamin Rose

There’s no need to dispatch a search party. Aside from a short family vacation in Florida, I have been spotted at neitz every morning, somewhere in Jerusalem

 

Macron a Match for Bibi?

Binyamin Rose

Bibi will find French President Emmanuel Macron a tough sell when it comes to Iran

 

The Politics of Pardons

Omri Nahmias

Informed opinions from Alan Dershowitz, professor of law at Harvard, and Norm Eisen, board chair of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington

 

Small Victories, Glacial Change

Omri Nahmias

Haley’s strong support at UN stops anti-Israel blame game

 

A Few Minutes with Eliezer Tauber

Gedalia Guttentag

Professor Eliezer Tauber’s non-PC verdict on the Deir Yassin battle means paying the price in a world of anti-Israel bias

 

Trump Rises as His Opposition Falls

Gershon Burstyn

The Divided States of America

 

For the Record…

Gershon Burstyn

The simplest questions are sometimes the hardest ones to ask

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Using Our Free Will Effectively
Yonoson Rosenblum The image we carry of ourselves is key
Pitcher-Perfect
Eytan Kobre The ripple effects of one Jew’s kiddush Sheim Shamayim
Living the High Life
Rabbi Avrohom Neuberger It is exhilarating to matter, to be truly alive
It’s Time for Us to Speak Up
Rabbi Dovid Eliezrie We must speak out proudly for the values of Yiddishkeit
Kiruv Is Not Dead
Rabbi Meir Goldberg Do these sound like uninspired or closed students?
Frosting on the Cake
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman “Let’s not let a missing chocolate cake ruin our siyum!”
A Warm Corner in Flatbush
Yosef Zoimen It was a simple shul with a choshuve leader
Out of Control
Jacob L. Freedman “That’s illegal, Dr. Fine. I can’t have a part in this”
Song of Reckoning in the Skulener Court
Riki Goldstein “It’s awe-inspiring to watch the Rebbe sing this song”
“U’teshuvah, U’tefillah, U’tzedakah”
Riki Goldstein Throughout the Yamim Noraim, three words accompany us
The Rebbe Held His Gaze
Riki Goldstein A moment etched in Reb Dovid Werdyger’s memory forever
The Road Taken
Faigy Peritzman In the end it’s clear who really merits true happiness
Sincere Apology
Sarah Chana Radcliffe A heartfelt and complete apology can turn things around
Power Pack of Mercy
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz The 13 Attributes of Mercy are “an infinite treasure”
The Appraiser: Part II
D. Himy M.S. CCC-SLP, and Zivia Reischer “Eli needs to see people who struggled to achieve”