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“We Won’t Forget”

Aharon Granot, Sarah Pardes, Shlomi Gil, Aharon Rubin, Yeruchem Yitzchak Landesman

A decade later, bereaved families and survivors remember the horror as the Number 2 bus was blown apart.

 

Paper Trail of a Forgotten Posek

Eytan Kobre

Half a century ago, Rav Yosef Eliyahu Henkin ztz”l was the rav of every rabbi. But just 40 years after his passing in Av 1973, his hundreds of personal responsa — of which he never made copies — were on the verge of being lost forever, if not for an intrepid young talmid chacham from Lakewood who turned into a veritable sleuth on a rescue mission.

 

A Clan in the Courtroom

Barbara Bensoussan

3 states, 5 offices, 9 lawyers: How the Rothenberg Family became a personal injury empire

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