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Rachel Ginsberg

They’re committed to building solid Torah homes long after their early years of rejection, rebellion, or at-risk behavior, yet the baggage of the past continues to challenge their smooth return to the fold. Feeling the pain of a demographic dangling in a vacuum, Rabbi Efraim Stauber has created a safety net to help yesterday’s success stories stay winners.

 

www.terroronline.com

Sarah Buzaglo

While ISIS fights a war with bullets, missiles, and bombs across Syria and Iraq, its sophisticated social media campaign operates in cyberspace, drawing in supporters by the thousands with sharp videos and expert graphics. But who exactly is falling for this digital hate?

 

Before It’s Too Late

Machla Abramovitz

Close to a million Jews fled their native Arab lands after 1948, leaving behind not only billions of dollars worth of confiscated wealth, but also thriving communities that had existed for centuries. But as memories fade and people pass on, who will be left to remember? Professor Henry Green is traveling the world in his race against time to record this forgotten exodus for future generations.

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What’s in a Name?
Rabbi Moshe Grylak Why did Hashem have to count the Jewish People?
Savoring the Memories
Yonoson Rosenblum Understanding the Six Day War can wake us up
What’s at Steak
Eytan Kobre Controversies over conversion and kashrus
Substance and Style
Yisroel Besser Rabbi Wolpin‘s message packaged for a new generation
Crazed or Dazed?
Jacob L. Freedman “It’s too early to say ‘schizophrenia,’ but…”
How Can I Retain Customers?
Mishpacha Contributors Are e-mail blasts and mailings a waste of time?
Peace and Quiet
Rabbi Ron Yitzchak Eisenman Despite the tension, Tzvi’s kids saw him keep the peace
Counting On You
Faigy Peritzman No soul is lost, no matter how distant
Keep Your Marriage Strong
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Nurture your marriage and it will nurture you
Journey of a Lifetime
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz How our travels through the midbar reflect our lives
Dear Auntie
Words Unspoken You’re out of town, but close to my heart