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Pressured by editors who need to scoop the competition in a media society where fight for market share is a number-one priority, how far off their own moral course will reporters veer for a story?
Many readers have shared feedback to Rabbi Moshe Grylak’s series on young girls who no longer feel welcome in their own homes. The following is a sampling of the responses to this painful, confusing scenario, offered from four different perspectives.
When the Maharil Diskin arrived in Yerushalayim in the late 1800s, he had already seen firsthand the devastation of the secular inroads into the Jewish educational system. Yerushalayim, he determined, would not succumb like the vulnerable communities of Europe. Today, say leaders of chareidi institutions, the battle is still on.