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New Book By Aaron Klein Pulls No Punches

12 Iyyar 5769 – May 6, 2009
On any given week, one can hear Aaron Klein's voice on the radio or read his articles online or in print media. Now, this investigative Jewish Press columnist, WorldNetDaily.com Jerusalem bureau chief, and author of Schmoozing With Terrorists has completed his second book with the provocative title The Late Great State of Israel. He recently spoke about his new book with The Jewish Press.

Courage And Guts

It takes courage and guts for a well-known person in the Orthodox world to write a memoir, a personal account sharing chapters of her life, which include how she became frum. On May 11 in New York, Leah Kotkes, a beloved writer among her readers, will release her first book, a candid, friendly, page-turner: The Map Seeker: One Woman's Quest.

The Day He Moved The Pope’s Heart An Interview with Cantor Chaim Adler

28 Nisan 5769 – April 22, 2009
He certainly didn't waste any time. Cantor Chaim Adler began his chazzanut career at age 10; today, he is known as "the chief cantor of Tel Aviv" and one of the most prominent cantors in the world.

The Enduring Strength of the Jewish Spirit

Making aliyah in 2000 afforded our family an opportunity to become part of the continuity of the Jewish people in the Jewish Land. In addition, we have been blessed to live in a community that has both the brightest Jewish minds of our times and some of the most courageous Jews of our generation.

Protecting The Rights Of Settlers And Activists: An Interview With Moshe Eyal of the...

20 Nisan 5769 – April 14, 2009
In the aftermath of the forcible evacuation of thousands of Jewish settlers from Gush Katif in 2005, legal protection for settlers and right-wing activists in Israel was virtually non-existent. Meanwhile, legal organizations dedicated to the defense of basic rights for Arabs and left-wing Jews were thriving.

‘A Huge Zionist And A Very Proud Jew’

13 Nisan 5769 – April 7, 2009
An Interview With Radio Talker Steve Malzberg

One For The Books

7 Nisan 5769 – April 1, 2009
He's not Jewish, he's not Lithuanian and he's not a librarian but Wyman Brent, an American from San Diego, is building a Jewish library in Vilna.

Rabbi Boteach: ‘Turn Friday Night Into Family Night’

Social conservatives constantly bemoan the erosion of traditional family life and morality. In their view, narcissism and materialism plague the American landscape.

Rabbi Steven Pruzansky Speaks His Mind

29 Adar 5769 – March 25, 2009
Teaneck Rabbi Discusses Geirus, Unconventional Warfare, and Rav Kook's Ideal State

Rav Soloveitchik On Tape

22 Adar 5769 – March 18, 2009
New Book Reveals His Private Thoughts On Chabad, Zionism, Women's Hair Covering

Finding Your Instrument

8 Adar 5769 – March 4, 2009
Nestled in the picturesque village of Metullah in the hills of the Upper Galilee, hidden in the serpentine alleyways of the quaint cobble-stoned streets, is Zami's Music Box, Israel's only museum of musical instruments.

Historic Judaic Event At Sotheby’s

When walking into the main exhibit space at New York's Sotheby's Auction House, one expects to see beautiful rare items for sale. There have been famous auctions of important historic documents, works of art and antiques. Often the exhibit hall has become a sort of museum, with people viewing the sale items while knowing there is no possibility of buying them.

Will Bibi Keep Tal Brody’s Dream Alive?

JERUSALEM - Just prior to the Likud Party primaries last fall, Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu arranged a press conference to introduce a variety of new faces who stood a legitimate chance of being elected to the Knesset.

‘Family-Values Rabbi’ Visits Jerusalem, Vatican

24 Shevat 5769 – February 18, 2009
"Now we have the possibility of permanently stopping the yearly gay pride march in Jerusalem," Rabbi Yehuda Levin of the Rabbinical Alliance of America told The Jewish Press at the end of a two-week trip to Israel, which ended earlier this week.

Haggadah Aims To Make Rav Soloveitchik ‘Come Alive’

17 Shevat 5769 – February 11, 2009
Among the many posthumous additions to Rav Joseph B. Soloveitchik's literary legacy, one book always seemed conspicuously absent: a Soloveitchik Haggadah in English.

Rabbi Weinberg Praised As Kiruv ‘Visionary’

NEW YORK - Rabbi Noach Weinberg, the founder and dean of the sprawling global outreach operation Aish HaTorah, was being called a "unique visionary" following his death in Jerusalem.

‘Dead’ Mitzvah Acquires New Life

10 Shevat 5769 – February 4, 2009
Techeles, the blue strings the Torah requires Jews to wear on their ritual tzitzis garments, has long been thought of as a "dead" mitzvah. Sometime in the 7th century apparently (possibly due to the Arab conquest of Israel) Jews stopped producing techeles strings and the identity of the chilazon, from which the blue dye originates, was subsequently lost.

Orthodox Jewish Woman Champions Controversial Iraqi MP

3 Shevat 5769 – January 28, 2009
Esther Kandel, an Orthodox Jewish mother of three, was a Zionist her whole life. But only recently has her heartfelt love of Israel burst forth in an explosion of activism.

On The Ninth Yahrzeit Of Rabbi Sholom Klass, ZT”L

Dear Dad, I had planned to write a different article for your ninth yahrzeit, but everything that has happened this past year has led me instead to contemplate the wonderful teachings you and Mom (may she live and be well) instilled in us, both by word and by example.

A Small Giant… Esther Bluthal

18 Tevet 5769 – January 14, 2009
She was a very small woman physically, but she was a giant in Mitzvot and chesed.

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