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Brave New Nation: 30 New Rabbinical Courts to Process Conversions

Yori Yanover
Sunday, November 3rd, 2013

Stern’s pending bill already appears to enjoy the initial, albeit tacit, support of Naftali Bennett’s Jewish Home.

Crossword Puzzle – Nursery Games

Yoni Glatt
Friday, November 1st, 2013

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Shira Leibowitz Schmidt: Multifaceted Scholar

Prof. Livia Bitton-Jackson
Friday, November 1st, 2013

Shira was a latecomer to Orthodoxy, having grown up in Lawrence, Long Island, where her family and most of the other members of the Orthodox Beth Sholem Congregation were not shomer Shabbos.

Parshat Toldot

Rabbi David Hertzberg
Friday, November 1st, 2013

Esav truly thought he was getting the better part of the deal. He considered that as a hunter, whose life is constantly at risk, it was likely he would die before his father anyway. Therefore, when an opportunity to sell the birthright presented itself he jumped at it and immediately profited from the sale.

From The Greatest Heights (Part XI)

Chaim Shapiro
Friday, November 1st, 2013

We had suffered through an experience I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. My wife had to go through labor and deliver our children to their deaths, and I was unable to save them or even give them a little warmth while they died.

Orthodox Jewish Vote Major Focus of Both Mayoral Campaigns

Jacob Kornbluh
Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Lhota admitted that he couldn’t pronounce the term “metzitzah b’peh,” an issue of concern that was brought up several times throughout the day.

Was Yaakov Obligated To Respect Yitzchak?

Rabbi Raphael Fuchs
Thursday, October 31st, 2013

After Yaakov received the berachos from his father and was leaving the room, the pasuk says, “Vayeitzei Yaakov mei’eis penei aviv, Yitzchak – And Yaakov left the face of his father, Yitzchak.” Rav Meir Simcha of Davinsk wrote in his sefer on Chumash, Meshech Chachmah, that the reason why the pasuk used a strange wording – leaving his face – is because the Gemara in Yuma 53b says that when a talmid leaves the presence of a rebbe he should not turn his face to leave; rather, his face should remain in the direction of the rebbe. Rav Meir Simcha continues by citing the Gemara: Rava acted in this manner when leaving his rebbe, Rav Yosef. Therefore the pasuk is teaching us that Yaakov followed this same process.

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