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Rocket Fire Returns to Southern Israel – Again!

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Hamas on the Temple Mount

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Hezbollah Tries ‘Mossad Spy’ in Top Ranks

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Latest Election Poll

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‘Powerful Coalition’ of ISIS, Al-Qaeda is Narrowly Averted

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Gluten-Free Army Rations for Combat Soldiers with Celiac Disease

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Teen Terrorist in Court for Wounding Baby

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Ashdod Mystery: Four Found Unconscious

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Liberman’s Secret Plan to be Crowned Prime Minister

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Hanukkah Miracle Brings ’770′ Stabbing Victim Home

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Road Terror Attack on Southern Israeli Bus

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UN General Assembly Votes to Refer N. Korea to ICC

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US Dept of Defense Trains Teachers in 3-D Printing

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Obama Negotiated with Cuba ‘Behind Everyone’s Back,’ Lawmakers Charge

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Posted on: November 30th, 2012

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Posted on: November 30th, 2012

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A rose that I picked from our garden to enhance the beauty of our sukkah is so exquisite that visitors remarked that they didn’t realize it was “real” until they noticed the water in the vase.

 

Posted on: November 30th, 2012

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I quit my full-time job eight months ago without another one to fall back on. In hindsight, it wasn’t one of my better decisions, but it was time for me to move forward. I was in a position that never quite suited me – like an ill-fitting pair of shoes that’s one size too small and rubs across the toes. Sure, a nagging thought called a recession cropped up from time-to-time before I resigned, but I was confident I would only be on the market for a few weeks, max. Armed with a new LinkedIn profile and a heaping dose of faith, I bid farewell to my boss and colleagues of six years to embark on my new journey.

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Posted on: November 23rd, 2012

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Winter seems to be a time when many people put on some extra weight. Have you ever considered why that is? Here are some of the top reasons and what to do about them.

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Posted on: November 22nd, 2012

SectionsMagazineTeens and Twenties

It’s the classic image - the pumpkins; the berries; the squash, the turkey. It’s the beginning of a season that brings with it a sudden, exciting feeling. It’s the crisp fall air turning to gray winter; the strings of perfect, colorful leaves decorating doors and houses, the bright hues of reds and oranges. It almost feels like the cinnamon in the pumpkin pie is somehow in the air.

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Posted on: November 22nd, 2012

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Dear Readers: The following short story is fictitious, but the situation of Jewish children during the Holocaust being raised by gentile families or in Catholic convents and orphanages is not. While some were re-united with family members who survived the death camps – many were not, and remain lost both physically and religiously. This story is in memory of all the lost children. May they be reunited with their families with the coming of Moshiach.

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Posted on: November 19th, 2012

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The taxi driver was old and rather shriveled, with a crop of white hair fringing his head. Ah, I recognize this one, I thought with relief, hurrying to open the door. If I recall correctly, he knows Lakewood. You would think that a taxi driver, being that his/her job is, well, driving, and being that the town they are driving in is, well, Lakewood…

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Posted on: November 19th, 2012

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If you look up the word "role model" in the dictionary you will find the following definition: "a person whose behavior, example, or success is or can be emulated by others, especially by younger people.”

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Posted on: November 15th, 2012

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My oldest daughter loves school. In fact, over the long holiday break, whenever her school was mentioned, she would say in a little sad voice, “I miss my morahs.” I repeated this story gleefully to my friends. Some of them, the ones with older kids, looked at me with a blasé face and said, “don’t […]

 

Posted on: November 9th, 2012

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They say the flight went down, because it was too cold, The weather had been changing, but i was never told, Now I'm alone and I'm freezing, at the bottom of the sea, There only was one parachute, and it wasn't for me,

 

Posted on: November 9th, 2012

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On October 29th, the verdict was revealed As we faced what was destined as the Din was sealed With a storm that echoed the words we know to be true of B'Rosh Hashanah Yikaseivu.

 

Posted on: November 9th, 2012

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Living in a house With more than 20 people Is no fun Especially when there is no gum

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Posted on: November 9th, 2012

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As the expression goes, “Hashem fir zich der velt” – Hashem orchestrates all the events that occur in the world. Most of what Hashem does is hidden from us. However, on occasion something happens in such an open way, one would have to be totally oblivious to the world around him to not see the powerful display of Yad of Hashem.

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Posted on: November 9th, 2012

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Ever since I started this question-and-answer column, people have been coming over and asking me questions. Baruch Hashem, right?

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Posted on: November 9th, 2012

SectionsMagazineOn Our Own/Cheryl Kupfer

Some of you are looking at the title of my column and wondering two things - why I am writing about B'nai Brith Canada – arguably Canada’s version of the Anti-Defamation League and why would it be of interest to anyone who does not live in that country - as most of you don't.

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Posted on: November 5th, 2012

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The following is a partial list of things I always knew I would never be good at: 1) Math 2) Creative writing 3) Jewish outreach 4) Playing with children

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Posted on: November 5th, 2012

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Your mother may have taught you how to separate an egg and how to dice a mango, but I am willing to bet your mother never taught you to spatchcock a chicken. No, that is not a typographical error.

Erica Lyons
 

Posted on: November 4th, 2012

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I grew up in Edison, New Jersey and lived in the same house until I left for college. My parent had moved in several years before I was born. I had the same rabbi for my baby naming, my bat mitzvah and my wedding (this was a first for him). My husband and I even brought our daughter back to my old ­synagogue for her naming.

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Posted on: November 2nd, 2012

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Some of us climb a scale each day in terror and dread. Some of us alight a scale, with our hearts thumping and throats tightening. We may know how to jump off and on, or gyrate this way or that to create a different number. And we will stare at that all important number – which could very well dictate our mood for the rest of the day. We believe the final number to be the true judge of our worth – of how well we are doing. And we are sorry that the scale could not be fooled.

 

Posted on: November 1st, 2012

SectionsMagazineGlimpses Into American Jewish History

Early American Jewish history is unfortunately replete with examples of observant families who came to America and, within a relatively short period of time, not only abandoned much of their commitment to religious observance but even had the sad experience of having some of their children intermarrying and assimilating. One family that did not follow this trend was the Hays family.

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