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The Maltese Yad

Steven Plaut
Thursday, April 28th, 2011

It was the last slave prison and slave market in Europe. The United States was already an independent country and France was in the tumult of revolution. The Mediterranean island of Malta was the destination for the slaves snatched off of merchant ships by an order of Crusader Knights that had first been set up in Jerusalem in the 12th century.

Moshe Rabbeinu Lego: A Hong Kong Pesach Special

Erica Lyons
Thursday, April 21st, 2011

In Hong Kong, there are certainly some inconveniences involved in finding every last product necessary to recreate the Pesach we had in New York. But, we have found it is merely a matter of mastering logistics and advance planning. Sometimes it involves finding shlepers coming in from the States willing to take a few bulky boxes of tasteless Crispy O’s and Streits Brownie Mix in an extra suitcase. This is all part of the Hong Kong festival ritual.

Jewish Groups Seek To Thwart UN Recognition Of ‘Palestine’

Ron Kampeas
Monday, April 18th, 2011

WASHINGTON – The path to international recognition of Palestinian statehood by September – when the Palestinians plan to bring the matter before the UN General Assembly – seems clear.

‘Don’t Worry, Dad, I’m OK’

Sarah Stern
Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

At 5:30 in the morning on a recent Wednesday, my husband was awakened by a phone call from our son, Noam, in Beer Sheba.

“Don’t worry, dad, we’re in our safe rooms at home and we’re OK.”

In Defense Of Traditional Matrimony

Rabbi Naphtali Hoff
Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Marriage is under assault again in this country, as fewer adults choose to tie the matrimonial knot while the Left continues to lend civil and economic credence to unions of same-sex partners.

A Pleasant Yom Tov? It’s All In The Details

Cheryl Kupfer
Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Were you to play a game of word association, Pesach would immediately be connected with “cleaning “and “company” (and possibly, potatoes.) Pesach is the one holiday that magnet-like, pulls families together.

The Man Who Remade The NY Times

Jason Maoz
Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Though he had more than his share of detractors during and after his years as managing and then executive editor of The New York Times, can there be any doubt that the paper began its precipitous and still ongoing decline the moment A.M. Rosenthal was forced, by company policy, to retire in 1986 at age 65?

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