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Tevye in the Promised Land, Chapter Twenty-Two: A Visit to the Yeshiva

Tzvi Fishman
Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

 Not only was Tevye’s family going to be together, they were going to be rich! The Baron’s gift of 5000 francs would make them the new aristocrats of Palestine. But Tevye’s daydreaming didn’t last long. When he heard that Nachman was planning on returning the money, Tevye nearly fell out of the wagon.      “I […]

The European Union and Its Court: Stacked Against Israel

Michael Curtis
Monday, January 14th, 2013

Since June 2005, the EU has given more than $48 million to over 90 NGOs based in Israel, who are regarded as critical of Israel.

What Is Sexual Abuse?

Harry Maryles
Monday, January 14th, 2013

Should a university be sued because their officials at that time misread those events as relatively harmless?

Hagel’s “Global Zero” Plan

Peter Huessy
Monday, January 14th, 2013

A nuclear weapons reduction plan advocated by Hagel evinces a less than serious understanding of both the nature of US deterrence needs, and the geopolitical balance between the United States and Russia.

Islamists in Jordan Oppose Upcoming Elections and Democracy Altogether

Khaled Abu Toameh
Saturday, January 12th, 2013

It now remains to be seen whether the Salafi Jihadists will resort to violence to prevent or foil the parliamentary election.

Orphans No More

Breindy Reiss
Friday, January 11th, 2013

Having said several kapitlach of Tehillim, I decided it was time to check out my surroundings. Here I was sitting in a posh heimishe dental office in Williamsburg, serenaded by soft music, and surrounded by proper reading material. Thanking Hashem one more time that it was my friend in the dental chair and not myself (such a loyal friend that I am), I decided to indulge in some reading. The first periodical that I picked up had an article that caught my eye and heart. It was entitled Orphans No More. I could not put it down!

It’s a Thin Line: The Eruv and Jewish Community in New York and Beyond

Richard McBee
Friday, January 11th, 2013

Jewish law prohibits carrying an object from a private domain to a public domain (or vice versa) or within a public domain on the Sabbath. One who intentionally carries, knowing the prohibition on the Sabbath is libel to the death penalty by a Jewish court. The creation of an eruv establishes, where possible, an extended private domain in which such carrying is permissible.

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