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NY State Offering Grants for Life Science & Healthcare Tech in Long Island

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German Arrested for Nazi Salute to Israeli Athletes Visiting 1972 Munich Massacre Memorial

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Agudah Threatening to Erase Gafni’s Lithuanian Faction

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If Turkey Turns Back Time, Jerusalem will Respond in Kind

"Just like diplomatic ties were upgraded, so too could they be downgraded if needed. But if we can now reconcile, then why not?" the official adds.

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Running for head of the Meretz party, Maj. Gen. (res.) Yair Golan shows contempt for the country, its military, and most of its population.

The Long and Short of a Well-Rounded Shabbos

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Agents of Evil

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The Violence Of The Stranger

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Moscow’s ‘Rebel Rabbi’ says Russian Jewish Community Being Held ‘Hostage’

Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt served as chief rabbi of Moscow for over 30 years, until the morning after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, when he woke up to a frightening reality that reminded him of the “dark days of the Iron Curtain.”
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Not By Bread Alone

Driving from Tel Aviv, Yishai speaks with veteran Israeli advocate Maurice Hirsch about fighting the deep-seated antisemitism and anti-Zionism of Mahmoud Abbas and the PLO/PA. Then, on Table Torah: Why we should be proud of our strength - when we recognize that it comes from God.

Global Economic Collapse? – Israel Unplugged [audio]

Josh gives an URGENT plea for World Jewry to return home to Israel now!

What Our Enemies Praise – The Jay Shapiro Show [audio]

The Palestinian media and street praise terrorism. How can we make peace with them?

50th Episode Extravaganza! – Lighten Up! [audio]

This week Steve and Matt celebrate 50 episodes and take a trip down memory lane. Also, Hitler wine is a hit with German tourists in Italy, the WHO is renaming Monkey Pox and wants your input, and a family who buried their cat and get a big surprise when the pet walks in the door. All this and more, one this week's Lighten Up

When You Give You Get

Just days before the celebrations, the situation had all the makings of a powder keg that would inevitably leave one family, and particularly one young man, feeling slighted and deprived.

The Long and Short of a Well-Rounded Shabbos

How might we frame what a successful Shabbos looks like? Is there a method for how we can approach this?

Yearning For Connection: The Secret Of The Mouth

You can’t see, touch, or smell your mind or consciousness. You will never see someone else’s inner world.

The Power Of Gratitude

The more positive emotions – such as contentment, gratitude, happiness, love and hope – they expressed in their autobiographical notes, the more likely they were to be alive and well 60 years later.

The Gates Of Tears

Reb Noson explains that crying is an especially propitious means for arousing oneself to better serve G-d.

Of Thorns And Thistles (Part II)

Now that we’ve seen the entire list, we can better appreciate a comment that Rashi made off the cuff.

Parshat Ekev – Difficult Mitzvot

When facing our enemies, it's often necessary to don a ruthlessness seemingly at odds with our inner nature. The 'hands of Esav' can sometimes be utilized to achieve the goals of 'Yaakov's voice.'

A Prayer Regarding Politics And The News

Make a portion of your Torah a part of me so that I do not waste my time reading articles and hearing analysis based on guesses and futile evaluations that pop up all of a sudden and are just as quickly proven wrong.

The Art of Being A Caretaker (Part II)

It is obvious that to maintain the patient’s mental health, the caretaker has to help their charge be as pain-free as possible. This can be a daunting task when dealing with something as thorny as cancer breakout pain.

TORAH SHORTS: Parshat Ekev: The Hard Way

Human beings hardly ever learn from the experience of others. They learn; when they do, which isn't often, on their own, the hard way. Robert A. Heinlein

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