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The FBI and the CIA

Meira Feinman

Top-secret … classified … national security … undercover agents … if you were a fly on the wall of CIA or FBI headquarters in Washington DC, you’d hear phrases like these every day. What do these agencies actually do? How are they similar and different? Let’s go “undercover” to explore the world of intelligence, spies, and undercover agents.

 

On the Job: Detective

Meira Feinman

Detective Y. P. is a detective for the Los Angeles Police Department. Mishpacha Jr. spoke to Y. P., about the ins and outs of his job.

 

Follow our Leaders: Rabbeinu Yitzchak Abarbanel

Rabbi Nachman and Miriam Zakon

Which great rabbi worked for the Spanish king and queen who sentColumbusoff on his voyage of discovery?



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