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Pages on Fire

Rachel Ginsberg

A Boro Park rabbi, a deathbed pledge, and a manuscript snatched from the Russian Bear

 

Cut to the Chase

Yael Schuster

Captain Richie Taylor is the NYPD’s highest-ranking officer who wears a yarmulke in uniform

 

Defanging Iran in Syria

Eliezer Shulman

Could a US-Russia-Israel agreement build a new Middle East?

 

Nasrallah Blusters, But Israel Remains Confident

Eliezer Shulman

Israel faces a weakened Hezbollah, but nonetheless a group still capable of inflicting significant damage on the Jewish heartland

 

Blame, Blame, and More Blame

Omri Nahmias

The path to combating anti-Semitism is unity, not division

 

Small Facts, Big Ideas

Gershon Burstyn

Headlines over the last six months that tell us something about general trends in politics and society

 

Code Crackers

Riki Goldstein

British code-breakers knew that solving the Enigma could help them win the war. And so they went to work

 

New Beginning

C. Saphir

My parents were people of faith, devout Catholics, while Larry’s parents, though nonobservant, were proudly Jewish. But what identity were we giving our children?

 

All I Ask: Chapter 8

Ruti Kepler

“I know I’ll never really go ahead with it,” he told Raizele that evening. “I don’t have the courage to change my whole life"

 

All I Ask: Chapter 7

Ruti Kepler

Bugi knew that as a homeless person he had no rights… but not to take a poor, deathly ill man to the hospital when he desperately needed medical care?  How cruel could people be?

 

Southern Hospitality

Rabbi Moshe Grylak

Half a century after he and his wife served as Torah teachers in the Brazilian city of São Paulo, Mishpacha’s Rabbi Moshe Grylak awakens memories of life under a brutal military dictatorship — and learns once again how history comes full circle

 

Olive Branches

C. Saphir

My neighbors cut off my light, air, and olive tree

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Top-Down Theory
Shoshana Friedman Our true currency, the accomplishments we value most
Strive for What Binds Us
Yonoson Rosenblum The chareidi community represents something of an oasis
Embracing Victimhood
Eytan Kobre Combating the allure of victimhood
The Kids Are Going to Camp, the Parents Are Going Broke
Miriam Klein Adelman Mindy has to feel good; it doesn’t matter that I feel ba...
Work/Life Solutions with Carlos Wigle
Moe Mernick “Rejection is Hashem’s protection” 
How to Create a Simple 900-Page Novel
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman All of us can reset the titles of our own lives
Stand There or Do Something
Baruch S. Fertel, MD, MPA, FACEP It’s called collaborative care, and it works miracles
I'm Here — Are You Ready?
Riki Goldstein Upbeat and catchy, but still makes listeners think
Back in Time
Riki Goldstein "I wish I could recapture that excitement"
Mixed Messages
Riki Goldstein The unsung craftsmen who give albums their special touch
Go in Peace
Faigy Peritzman Inner peace makes us vessels for blessing
All Work and No Play
Sarah Chana Radcliffe A life only about doing your duties loses all its color
Dying to Believe
With Rav Moshe Wolfson, written by Baila Vorhand Emunah peshutah is the force behind Jewish continuity