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Beautiful People

Throughout the years of taking care of such a special needs child I believe that he understands all that is going on, he just doesn’t have the ability to express himself. And I was determined to make him as happy as I could.

Doses Of Reality

As we see it, President Trump’s moves reflected not favoritism but a hard-eyed nod to realism as the basis for serious peace negotiations.

Taking The Iran Menace Seriously

New provisions, unlike the current deal, not have an expiration date; that Iranian non-compliance would trigger automatic resumption of American sanctions...

Who Is A True Zionist?

About a thousand years ago, a large group of Yemenite Jews decided to leave the diaspora. One cannot imagine the hardships these pioneers encountered.

The Parenting Balancing Act

It is important to set high expectations, but they should be tied to effort and not results. Therefore, as a parent, you should always praise effort, and never praise results.

Jews Of Lebanon

As the political situation in the neighboring Arab countries grew more precarious, Jews from Iran, Iraq and Syria began making their way to Lebanon.

Savory With A Touch Of Sweet

Pure maple syrup is so versatile – it can be used in cookies, cakes, meat and poultry, and even on waffles, too.

Parshat Vaeira

The Civil War was a conventional war with large massed armies arrayed against each other in set battles. These battles were more or less governed by accepted rules of war.

The Rubashkin Saga – IX

While we rejoice at the recent release of Shalom Mordechai Rubashkin from prison, the series continues this month and beyond.

Q & A: Should The Chazzan Say ‘Ga’al Yisrael’ Out Loud? (Part III)

Question: In the course of my travels, I have discovered that some chazzanim say “Ga’al Yisrael” right before Shemoneh Esreh aloud while others say it with their voices fading. Is one practice correct and the other incorrect? M. Goldman

Go Away Lender! This Land Is Mine. I Bought It From Your Borrower...

The justification for this is that a third-party purchaser has the ability to find out whether the land he is buying is encumbered by a lien.

Equal In The Eyes Of The Law (Shevuot 30a)

There is nothing more stultifying to the presentation of one’s case than a judge who allows one party to talk as long as he or she likes and cuts the other party off after a few words.

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