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One State for Two Peoples?

Yonoson Rosenblum

Counterintuitive, brash, original. All are good ways to describe Caroline Glick. Her latest book, advocating for one state, both for Israelis and Palestinians, may be her most inventive argument yet.

 

Under One Roof

Shimmy Blum

When the Lakewood Cheder started with ten children in 1966, no one dreamed it would one day become the largest Orthodox elementary school in the world. Today, as it’s consolidating its three locations into one massive campus, this veritable indoor city — with 99 classrooms, 40 resource rooms, two dining rooms, and a wedding hall — is redefining the word “school.”

 

Soul Seeker

Mishpacha Contributors

Rabbi Meir Schuster was more than just a fixture at the Kosel, arranging Shabbos meals for the curious, and accommodations in the Old City for travelers. Colleagues who knew him well and backpackers who met him just once all recognized: There was nothing Reb Meir wouldn’t do to save a Jewish soul.

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