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Daf Yomi

The Longest Mesechta? ‘We Shall Return To You…’ (Bava Basra 176b)

Discovering Their Yahrzeits

As your family came from France, it is likely that they were transported to Auschwitz and murdered there, he told us.

Honoring The Wishes Of The Deceased

When does the obligation of mitzvah lekayem divrei ha’met apply, and how could it have improved Jill’s position?

Are Defendants Obligated To Rebut Hearsay Evidence Under Oath? (Siman 75:21)

It should, therefore, be deemed insufficient to oblige the defendant to take the Shevuat Heiset oath of denial.

Something To Cry About

The Gemara says that anyone who mourns the churban will merit seeing the nechama.

Boro Park’s First Marijuana Doctor

How can we effectively treat chronic pain, without putting the lives, souls, and potential of those suffering from it at risk in the process?

Take What You Deserve?

Mr. Gefen approached Rabbi Dayan and related the story. Can I take from the store what I deserve? asked Mr. Gefen.

The One-Of-A-Kind Jim Bunning

I followed Evers religiously and so I thought it was an act of sacrilege that Bunning wore Evers's uniform number while with the Tigers.

‘The Power Of A Team Is Much More Impactful Than A Single Individual’: Interview...

Roland and the NYU team that accompanied him trained the surgeons at Shaare Zedek Medical Center to do this procedure well so that next time they can operate autonomously.

Moses Mendelssohn: Personally Observant Progenitor Of Reform Judaism

The leading fighter for Jewish civil rights in Germany, he used his respect and renown to assist individual Jews and entire communities in disputes with the German authorities and he facilitated the revocation of many anti-Semitic laws.

Division At The Kotel Is No Path To Unity

There is no natural demand for an alternative, mixed space at the Western Wall – from American Jews, much less Israelis. Contrary to the common narrative, it is creating such a space that would divide our nation.

Proud To Be Different

“Your problem,” I said to to the Arab MK, “is that the Israeli Left has convinced you that this is not a Jewish state, but rather a state of all its citizens. And then in your naiveté, you were convinced that this is a state with no identity..."

How Many Non-Orthodox Jews Even Care About The Kotel?

Non-Orthodox denominations seem to have declared war on the status quo at a suspiciously convenient moment, their uproar coming at a time of declining identification with Judaism and Israel throughout their ranks.

Liberals Still Slow To Recognize Anti-Semitism On The Left

To Jew-haters, any inconsistency is permissible. What makes this hard for many Jews to understand is that it doesn’t conform to their worldview, in which enemies are on the right and allies are on the left.

President Trump’s Warsaw Speech

It seems the Resistance is rooted in the notion that Mr. Trump is hopelessly out of sync with American values and American voters.

UNESCO And The Palestinian Game Plan

But there is another crucial element in this episode that must also be noted.

The Bernice Chronicles: A Boy From Nyack

Despite owning some of the important businesses in town, the Jews of Nyack continued to remain a small minority, and in each high school graduating class there was only a handful of Jewish students.

From ‘Silicon Wadi’ To Silicon Valley: An Interview with ClipCall CEO Daniel Shaked

There are around 100,000 Israelis here. We call it the second Israel. There are chummus shops and falafel shops – you feel very much at home. It’s like a huge kibbutz.

When Moslems Saved Jews

I am done with my little bit of research and I marvel. Not so very long ago Muslim Arabs were willing to risk their lives to save Jews.

I Don’t Have Time for That

If we want to feel good about our careers, our relationships, and ourselves at the end of the day, week, or year, we need to assess what our priorities are and then schedule them into our weeks.

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