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Learning to Sing without You

Rachel Ginsberg

For 18 days last year, Jews around the world hoped, prayed, and took on resolutions in the merit of three kidnapped Israeli yeshivah boys. On the 3rd of Tammuz, they learned their worst fears had come to pass.

 

My Enemy, My Friend

Binyamin Rose

He goes by the nom de guerre Ahmed Amin, a moniker he uses to protect his identity and family members who still cling to life in war-wracked Syria. Like all Syrians, Amin was brought up with a visceral hatred of Jews and Israel, a hatred he held dear until his life intersected with the Israeli humanitarians who were risking their lives to save his.

 

Out of a Hat

Barbara Bensoussan

Marc Garfinkel can make coins jump, guess the birthday of your daughter (whom he has never met), and filch the watch off your wrist. It’s all part of the repertoire of a magician and mentalist from Brooklyn whose hand is quicker than your eye.

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What’s Wrong with This Picture?
Rabbi Moshe Grylak Worrisome silence at Robinson’s Arch
Right to Die? What about the Right to Live?
Yonoson Rosenblum Inside the “quality of life” mentality
Done Deal
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman A rabbi sometimes has to say no
Exempt from What?
Jacob L. Freedman Different reason for a clear-cut case
Out-Rage
Faigy Peritzman How to avoid the anger trap
We’ve Got a Problem
Sarah Chana Radcliffe We may not know we’re negative
Center Stage
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz Transforming the physical into spiritual
Dear Sister-in-Law
Words Unspoken Please find pleasure in other things