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The Gap

18 Shevat 5774 – January 19, 2014
Once again, I am impressed by the level headed approach taken by a moderate Charedi.

Several Christians and a Rabbi Deplores Persecution of Christians

27 Heshvan 5774 – October 31, 2013
The American Freedom Alliance, a Los Angeles based think-tank and activist network, held a forum and rally last Sunday at the Luxe Bel Air...

The Price We Pay For Contempt

5 Tishri 5773 – September 20, 2012
A monastery in Israel is desecrated, almost certainly by nationalist extremists. The desecration was condemned by the prime minister and others in the government. Chief Rabbi Metzger called it a “heinous deed.” The Internal Security minister did not hesitate to use the word “terror” and announced the formation of a special police unit to combat it. Many people traveled to the monastery to personally apologize, including Rabbi Dov Lipman of Beit Shemesh, who took brush in hand to help scrub the offensive words from the walls.

Hasbara In The Rubble

5 Sivan 5771 – June 7, 2011
Berachah - blessing - says the Gemara, is found only in things that remain unwatched and out of sight. Hasbara - the way Israel explains itself to the world - might be in better shape taking a cue from that Gemara.

In Elul, We All Need To Be Kids Of Courage

23 Elul 5770 – September 1, 2010
The one hundred and thirty children and young adults share two things. They are all Jewish, and they all contend daily with serious and debilitating illness. Many of them have done so all of their lives. You would think spending time with them would provide the ultimate mussar ride for Elul, an in-your-face confrontation with your own mortality, and the need to be grateful to God for life itself and the parts of it we take for granted.

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