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Danger: Financial Disaster Ahead

Sara Glaz

What leads frum families to financial ruin?

 

Old Vintage, New Blend

Eytan Kobre

Rav Hillel Zaks ztz”l, whose first yahrtzeit is marked this week, never tried to be unconventional for its own sake. But this grandson of the Chofetz Chaim stood out, says a grateful longtime talmid, for the way he turned abstract Torah into joyous real-life practice and for the love and giving he showered on all who crossed his path.

 

A Lonely Palestinian Moderate

As told to Machla Abramovitz

Dr. Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi started his adult life as a Fatah activist in Beirut. But after experiencing the generosity of his supposed Israeli “oppressors,” he began to question his assumptions. Now he’s trying to do what might seem impossible: reform Palestinian society from the inside.



 
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