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The Mourning Of Hope: Seeking to Accommodate Light in Darkness

Dr. Judith Guedalia and Chaim K.
Thursday, December 26th, 2013

Without warning, the first awareness of an onset of a serious accident or illness brings with it a dawn of a new world, complete, as it were, with its own natural laws that are not always clear to the uninitiated. This leaves both the “newbie” and his or her family, feeling that they have landed in a strange new world without a passport or travel guide.

Shabbat, Shabbat Shabbaton

Raphael Grunfeld
Thursday, December 26th, 2013

If they would invent a Mah Nishtanah for Shabbat/Yom Kippur, it would go like this: “Why is this Friday night different from all others? On all other Friday nights we enjoy a festive Shabbat meal. Tonight? No dinner!”

The question is a good one. According to many opinions, it is a Torah obligation to celebrate Shabbat with three festive meals and it is a Torah violation to fast on Shabbat. Why then, do we not postpone Yom Kippur to Sunday like we do with all other fasts

The View From The Beis Medrash

Rabbi Raphael Fuchs
Thursday, December 26th, 2013

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Saudi Blogger Facing Execution Threat

Yori Yanover
Thursday, December 26th, 2013

A judge in Saudi Arabia (the kingdom was recently elected to the UN Human Rights Council for a three-year term) has recommended that imprisoned blogger Raif Badawi, 30, go before a high court on a charge of apostasy, which carries the death penalty, Badawi’s wife told CNN. In July, a criminal court found Badawi, in […]

There’s No Such Thing as Judeo-Christian Values

Yori Yanover
Thursday, December 26th, 2013

The label “Judeo-Christian” tends to assume, at the expense of Judaism, that Christians and Jews believe essentially the same things.

Some Lessons From the News

Editorial Board
Wednesday, December 25th, 2013

This past week, the news of Jacob Ostreicher’s still unexplained surprise exit from Bolivia and the extraordinary extent of the National Security Administration’s program of spying as revealed by Edward Snowden took center stage. And there are important lessons to be learned from both developments in terms of how we should view criminal justice issues.

Who Misled Rav Chaim Kanievsky?

Harry Maryles
Wednesday, December 25th, 2013

Rav Chaim Kanievsky couldn’t possibly have said it with an understanding of the case’s real context.

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