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Remembering Rabbi Pesach Oratz

Aharon Landis
Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

Klal Yisrael lost a premier mechanech this past erev Rosh Hashanahwith the sudden passing of Rabbi Pesach Oratz, z”l. Rabbi Oratz’s career in Jewish education spanned close to six decades, over which time he taught tens of thousands of students. One of the things that made Rabbi Oratz unique was the range of topics and of students that he taught.

Once Again, Dual Loyalty Canard Front And Center

Neal M. Sher
Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

The espionage charges leveled against American scientist Stewart David Nozette raise more questions than they answer – and those questions should deeply trouble, if not outrage, the American Jewish community.

The State Department’s Shameful Past

Gregory J. Wallance
Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

Recently, the Romanian government unveiled a long overdue memorial to the 300,000 Romanian Jews and Roma who perished in World War II at the hands of their own government and the Nazis. Unfortunately, the U.S. State Department, whose wartime diplomats doomed tens of thousands of the Romanian Jews commemorated by the memorial, has yet to acknowledge its own role in the Romanian Holocaust.

Supreme Court Decisions Will Be Watched In Israel

Nathan Lewin
Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

The U.S. Supreme Court now gives lawyers a head start on the preparation of briefs and fills up the court’s schedule of oral arguments as early as possible. Even before it formally convened the first Monday in October, the court announced which cases it would hear of those on which petitions for review gathered over the summer while the court was in recess.

Bubby and Zaidy: An “Einikel’s” Remembrance

Penina Metal
Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

I needed Zaidy’s scissors for another chore.

It’s a heavy, garment scissor that Zaidy Meir used when he worked as a shnaider (tailor) in the City. When he came to America with his family in 1951, he was able to get steady work although he did not speak English.

It’s a heavy, garment scissor that Zaidy Meir used when he worked as a shnaider (tailor) in the City. When he came to America with his family in 1951, he was able to get steady work although he did not speak English.

Quick Takes: News You May Have Missed

Aaron Klein
Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

      This week’s riots on the Temple Mount were directly incited by the Palestinian Authority, whose official media outlets and institutions have been stoking Arab flames by claiming right-wing extremist Jews are attempting to threaten the Al Aqsa mosque.       Official PA television and radio have been calling on Muslims to “storm” the Al Aqsa Mosque […]

Out With The Occupiers!

Steven Plaut
Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

Anti-Zionists say the Jewish claim to Israel is illegitimate because, before 1948, it had been nearly 1,900 years since Jews exercised sovereignty there – and it is absurd to argue that any group still has rights to land they last governed such a long time ago.

Hyman Bloom’s Unreal Rabbis

Menachem Wecker
Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

It is only appropriate to begin a Hyman Bloom review with a Chassidic tale. A young man left his village to train as a menorah maker says Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, and returned years later as a master designer. His father invited the local lamp makers to see his son’s talents but grew angry when each guest found a different fault in his son’s alleged masterpiece. The son then explained he had created the worst work imaginable. If the locals found just one fault each in his work, it was due to their blindness to their own aesthetic errors.

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