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The Day Of Rebuke

There is a fundamental question that the commentators are bothered by. Where do we find Yosef rebuked his brothers? All he said was that he was Yosef.

Torah And Israel: The Indisputable Connection

To reward Rabbi Yochanan ben Zakai for the carrier of good tidings, Vespacian grants him one wish. Rabbi Yochanan asks for the Academy of Yavne and its Rabbis.

Bibi, Now It’s Your Turn

What does Bibi Netanyahu mean when he says that "Jerusalem is the capital of Israel"? Trump was very clear what he meant, but I cannot figure out what Bibi means

The Blame Game

We don’t often think of success and joy as being connected. We equate success with ruthlessness and hard work and joy with happiness or a special experience in the moment. But what if we could achieve both together? What would it take?

Hashem Is The Ultimate Shadchan

Rebbetzin Jungreis (a"h) offering words of support and encouragement to a baalat-teshuva mother concerned for the shidduch prospects for her children due to her parents’ lack of observance

Closeness And Distance

For perhaps the first time in his life, Judah came close to his brother Joseph. The irony is, of course, that he did not know it was Joseph.

The Trump National Security Strategy

The Trump victory in 2016 increasingly seems more and more like a much needed corrective in terms of the role the U.S. plays in the world.

The President Doubles Down On U.S. Mideast Policy

From where we sit, this non-development is also a strong indication that there is less interest than one might think around the Middle East in the Palestinian cause.

Leaders Of The World

In our fast moving world, it might seem odd how a leader of such great stature, like Rabbi Shteinman, lived in such great simplicity, without looking for any fame or fortune, and yet had so many followers.

Gen. Patton’s Appalling Anti-Semitism

Patton not only showed utter contempt, even hatred, for Jewish survivors, he also expressed a kind of admiration for the Nazi prisoners of war under his watch and bitterly criticized attempts to bring Nazi leaders to justice for war crimes.

A Life With Emunah

I don’t believe in too much grief. Hashem gives, and He can take away, Risa explained.

From Runway To Every Day: How To Incorporate Winter’s Biggest Trends Into Your Wardrobe

Pair a floral dress with black opaque tights and suede or velvet shoes.

Will Defeat In The Jerusalem Passport Case Turn Into Victory?

The Passport Office should immediately withdraw and repeal the special regulations in the Foreign Affairs Manual that instruct how to designate “country of birth” for citizens born in Jerusalem. A renewed passport for any U.S. citizen whose current passport specifies “Jerusalem” should automatically say “Israel.”

Sivan Rahav Meir: The Rebbetzin Journalist

Amazingly, unlike other teens who have a tendency to focus on trivialities, Sivan turned her attention to Judaism.

Parshat Mikeitz

You cannot decide whether we should fight or not. We will... That decision is taken...

How To Travel (Outside of Israel) Part II

American Jews have the impression that France, and Paris in particular, is a terribly dangerous place for Jews. However, to my pleasant surprise, I learnt that this was not the case.

Miracles: They Spin And Spin All Around

Dreidel Rabbi? Two years ago, CBS’s “Sunday Morning” came to our home to showcase my dreidels. Countless dreidels seen by millions of people! Yes, that’s me. I can walk most anywhere only to have a stranger approach me and ask, “Aren’t you the Dreidel Rabbi?”

The Truth About The Partition Plan

The establishment of the State of Israel was not contingent – neither legally nor practically – on the UN Partition Plan. What were the actual factors? Two things: the blood of IDF soldiers and the Hashem's miracles.

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