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Never Mistreat A Person

Rabbi Sholom Klass
Friday, June 7th, 2013

Never mistreat a person, no matter how lowly he may be, for you can never know what the future holds in store for him, our sages warn us. As an example, the following story is told in the Talmud Yerushalmi.

Reflections On Jewish Budapest

Erica Lyons
Friday, June 7th, 2013

In the quaint and picturesque Hungarian town of Szentendre (Saint Andrew), just outside of Budapest, our group of five new friends who had gathered from throughout the Jewish world bask in the sunlight, seemingly frozen in time. We weave along the cobblestone streets browsing in and out of charming little shops offering handmade crafts, delicate latticework, whimsical wooden toys and intricately painted porcelain. We sit outside and feast on pastries that look more like art than edibles and ice coffee is reminiscent of ice cream floats.

It Was Erdoğan’s Fault

Dr. Mordechai Kedar
Friday, June 7th, 2013

The demonstrations against Erdoğan stem from a sense among his opposition that he has crossed the line in Turkey.

Jewish Center Students Help Kosher Food Bank

Shelley Benveniste
Thursday, June 6th, 2013

The students of Aventura-Turnberry Jewish Center in Aventura volunteered to stock the shelves of the Kosher Food Bank on Sunday, May 19. Co-chairs for this project were Heather Romeu and Deborah Thaler, parents of ATC children.

Q & A: ‘The Scepter Shall Not Depart From Judah’ (Part IV)

Rabbi Yaakov Klass
Thursday, June 6th, 2013

(Please note: The question has been modified to reflect amendments suggested by a reader, Yisrael Levi, in last week’s column.)

The Danger Of Machlokes

Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier
Thursday, June 6th, 2013

Korach, carried away by jealousy, led two hundred fifty men in rebellion against Moshe and Hashem. These were all great individuals; they had all witnessed Moshe going up to Har Sinai to accept the Torah, and they all heard Hashem speak through Moshe. Yet they willfully and intentionally set out to depose Moshe – to prove he had veered off from that which Hashem had told him. Moshe, recognizing the danger they were placing themselves in, did everything he could to get them to back down. Nevertheless, they remained steadfast in their revolt, and marched to their destruction. In the end the entire congregation – man, woman, infant and child – died a terrible death.

Manuel Josephson, Orthodox American Patriot

Dr. Yitzchok Levine
Thursday, June 6th, 2013

Last month we sketched the life of Manuel Josephson (1729-1796), who immigrated to New York in the 1740s. Manuel was one of the few learned Jews residing in America in the 18th century. His talents were recognized by Congregation Shearith Israel, and he served on the synagogue’s bet din for several years and as its parnas (president) in 1762. He earned his living as a merchant.

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