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Mordechai Kedar: The Syrian Crisis Spills Over into Lebanon

Dr. Mordechai Kedar
Sunday, May 20th, 2012

From the tragedy of Tripoli and Lebanon we can draw several conclusions: in the Middle East it is not possible to establish a state with an Arab society and Western political characteristics; Iranian involvement – even the economic and cultural – will ultimately undermine Western cultural and political influence in the Middle East; and whoever legitimizes jihad against Israel receives terror in his own streets in return.

Parshat Behukotai: Am Yisrael and Eretz Yisrael

Yehuda Hakohen
Friday, May 18th, 2012

According to the Ramban, the verse “your foes who dwell upon it will be desolate” (Vayikra 26:32) is a partial blessing within the curse that guarantees through all generations that the Land of Israel will not receive any foreign nation in place of her true indigenous people.

Who Thinks about Jerusalem During the Seventh Inning Stretch?

Tzvi Fishman
Friday, May 18th, 2012

This blog is not coming to reject, or condemn, any practice of Judaism which is based on a sincere fear of Heaven, nor to reject or condemn any Jew, or Jewish community, God forbid. The blogs we write come to reject only the misunderstanding of Judaism which negates the centrality of the Land of Israel to the Torah and to the vitality of Jewish life.

Rabbinic Court Annuls 20-Year Marriage: Witnesses not Shabbat Observers

Yori Yanover
Friday, May 18th, 2012

In a precedent setting decision, the Chief Judge of the Jerusalem Rabbinical Court Rabbi Eliyahu Abergel this week freed a woman from her aguna status (separated from her husband but unable to marry another) and annulled her marriage because the witnesses who signed the ketubah were not Shabbat observers. The plaintiff’s husband had fled Israel to Florida and was refusing to sign a get.

Daughter of Telz: Rebbetzin Rivkah Bloch Hacarmi (1925-2012)

Susan de la Fuente
Thursday, May 17th, 2012

Rivkah Bloch grew up in Telz (Telsiai), a historic township and renowned Torah center in north-west Lithuania. In 1939 the Jews of Telz numbered about 2,800, some 28 percent of the population. Rivkah’s paternal grandfather Reb Yosef Leib Bloch, (1849-1930) zt”l, also known as Maharil Bloch, was a distinguished personality and a prominent scholar and educator. Besides his position as town rabbi, he headed the great Yeshivah of Telz that his father-in-law Rav Eliezer Gordon, zt”l had founded. Its student body numbered around 400 students in 1900.

Social Skills Around The Clock

Rifka Schonfeld
Thursday, May 17th, 2012

The alarm clock rings and Chaim pulls his pillow over his head to stifle the screeching noise. Mornings are Chaim’s least favorite part of the day; they always end in someone yelling. In truth, mornings are difficult for most of us, but particularly so for those who struggle with basic skills that are labeled “executive function” skills.

Chronicles Of Crises In Our Communities

Rachel
Thursday, May 17th, 2012

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