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Encouraging Without Pushing

Dr. Yael Respler
Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Dear Dr. Respler:
I recently lost my husband of 51 years, and I am very depressed. He was a true talmid chacham and a loving husband. Every morning when he was well, he went to shul early. He never missed a minyan and he learned every day. All his life he ran a business and, baruch Hashem, he worked hard and took excellent care of our children and me. I look at my grandsons and my grandsons-in-law and they don’t hold a candle to my husband. Even the children who learn in kollel are not as careful as my husband was about being on time for minyan.

Everyone seems too busy for me, and I feel very lonely.

Parshas Vayikra: ‘The Call Of Humility’

Rabbi Dani Staum
Friday, March 23rd, 2012

“At the time that my wife and I made aliyah, the Ministry of Interior required certification through the chief rabbinate that any new immigrants were Jews in order to qualify for citizenship and immigrant benefits. After an hour-long wait at the ministry to be interviewed, my wife and I sat before a hard-faced clerk. I did not have a letter from a rabbi certifying to my Jewishness, but I felt confident that since I was on the chief rabbinate’s list of approved rabbis whose letter would be accepted to verify the Jewishness of others, I would suffer no problem.

‘Red Ken’ Livingston: ‘I Will Make London a Beacon of Islam’

Soeren Kern
Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Livingstone’s appeal to Muslims may, on May 3, propel him into the mayor’s office. Either way, London appears headed for an Islamic future.

Preemption is Better than Defense

Vic Rosenthal
Friday, March 23rd, 2012

It is impossible to rely on defense alone, because Israel simply isn’t big enough to absorb the damage when the defensive systems are not 100% effective. More importantly, a strictly defensive posture has zero deterrent ability. Why not fire rockets at Israel if the worst that can happen is that they will get shot down?

Reb Elimelech M’Lizhensk (Part VI)

Rabbi Hanoch Teller
Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

The popularity of the rise of chassidus did not go unnoticed by those who did not share the same allegiance. As long as the movement was limited to the commoner and isolated in a few pockets of Poland no one perceived it as a threat. But all of this had changed by 1772.

All’s Not Quiet On The Jerusalem Front

Hillel Fendel and Chaim Silberstein / KeepJerusalem.org
Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

The fight for Jerusalem continues, on a number of quiet fronts. And if “want of a nail” can lose an entire war, as per Benjamin Franklin’s poem, Yerushalayim can certainly be won via our close attention to issues that may not appear decisive or crucial.

Global Denuclearization And Israel’s Survival (Fourth of Four Parts)

Louis Rene Beres
Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

It would be unreasonable for Israel to draw any comfort from an argument that Iranian intentions are effectively harmless. Rather, such intentions could impact capabilities decisively over time. Backed by appropriate nuclear weapons, preemption options must somehow remain open and viable to Israel, augmented, of course, by appropriate and complementary plans for cyber-defense and cyber-warfare.

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