Remembering Rabbi David Halpern, Leading Activist For Soviet Jewry, On His Yahrzeit

With his friendship with YU and loyalty to the cause of Soviet Jewry, it is easy to see why Rabbi Halpern aligned himself with the Triple-S-J even when it was a fledgling organization and advocated for others to participate in its efforts.

Honoring the Memory And Legacy Of Sholem Benchimol

His mother, Devora, promised him that his life would not end here. She would fulfill his dream of being the first professional soccer player to step on the field with a kippah. In just two years, Devora has done just that.

The Many Legacies Of Rabbi Wallerstein, zt”l

An ordinary man who led an extraordinary life, Rabbi Wallerstein was never one who chased the limelight or enjoyed the trappings of fame.

Remembering Gail Mauer, a”h

As this year I am at the age my mother was when she passed away, the awareness of how both precious and precarious life is, is keener than ever.

Decades Later, Burying The Ashes

Jewish law treats human remains with considerable respect, in accordance with a view of the body as the erstwhile dwelling of the soul.

A Former Student Recalls Rabbi Tendler’s Warmth And Wit

Rabbi Tendler was the wittiest teacher I had at Yeshiva University – secular or holy... Like a baseball pitcher tipping off which pitch would come next, he used to form a subtle expression on his face just as he was about to come up with a wisecrack.

Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm: Eloquent Spokesman For Orthodox Judaism

He did not take the easy path of avoiding any controversial topic or promoting only safe and popular stances.

Esther Pollard: A True Woman of Valor

Esther called their marriage "an oasis of unconditional love in a sea of lies and corruption.

Israel Has Lost A Great Woman: An Appreciation of Helen Freedman, Longtime Executive Director...

Your wonderful smile radiated great happiness for your ability to help, to promote, to lead the vision of clinging to the Land of Israel.

Reflections On Rabbi Dr. Nachum (Norman) Lamm

I feel honored to have attended his sermons and lectures. He would weave a tapestry of ideas and words into a poetic bridging of multiple disciplines.

My Door Is Always Open: HaRav Nissim Karelitz, ZT”L

Tens of thousands of students crowded the streets of Bnei Brak to accompany the man who had been head of the Bnei Brak Beis Din and Rosh Kollel Chazon Ish for many decades.

From Out Of The Depths: In Memory Of The Piaseczner Rebbe

Before the horrors of the Holocaust began, Rabbi Shapira had become the advocate for Peasecod, the many young people who were struggling with the meaning of the ancient texts and their own identities as traditional Jews.

My Zaidy Sholom Klass

My grandfather loved to show me all his books and would ask me if I was learning as well. He would always tell me a story from the Gemara, and his face would light up as he would tell it.

Passion And Perfection: A Tribute To Pia Aviva Zobel, a”h

It was as a wife and mother that she truly shone. The two focuses of her life were her beloved husband Shmulik and her amazing children.

The Ending Of All Endings In memory of my Zeida, Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm

There was no pressure, no didactics, just a Zeida who was available to share his passion for learning – if we wished.

The Unforgettable And Irreplaceable Richard Berenson Stone, z”l

His name may not appear in the index of chronicles of Jewish life over the past half-century, but his influence as “rey-eh David” – the intimate of rulers – was felt and appreciated immediately.

René Slotkin, One Of The Last Surviving Mengele Twins, 84

René believed that Hashem was with him the whole time because the numbers the Nazis engraved on his arm added up to 26 – the gematria of Hashem’s name.

Rav Dovid Feinstein, Preeminent Halachic Authority, 91

Rav Dovid’s greatest joy in life was learning Torah, and he was a big ​masmid. Nevertheless, he also possessed a tremendous sense of responsibility for the Jewish community.

A Tribute to Moshko

The Jewish People and the State of Israel lost a true giant this week with the passing of Moshe “Moshko” Moskowitz Z”L, who died at the age of 96.

In Memory Of My Beloved Father, Dr. Ivan Mauer, On His 11th Yahrzeit, The...

Your kindness and compassion to your patients and everyone you came in contact with, has been the impetus for my acts of chesed and gentle, comforting words.

My Grandson Donny – A True Korban Olah

Everything he intended and needed to do was laid out in advance so that he didn’t miss a beat and accidentally skip over something he wanted to get done – including calling his grandma, my wife, each and every Thursday evening.

Martin Luther King Jr.: Friend Of The Jewish Community

Today I can’t tell you what his speech was, Frank said, but I can tell you, I was blown away. It was the most erudite speech...

Dear Zaidy (Rabbi Sholom Klass)

You, Zaidy, were always spoken about in my home at all times to my children, who didn’t really get a chance to know or meet you as I did. You would have loved them all.

Harvard Professor Dies Climbing World’s 12th Tallest Mountain

Last year, Goldfarb rushed down the eastern seaboard to Elmhurst Hospital in New York to assist overwhelmed staff with treating coronavirus patients.

A Soul On A Mission

Among them was Aryeh Abramov, 17, who was to leave for a year in Israel two days later. “He was an all-around good person,” Abramov said, “he gave to all of us by always making the minyan, so it’s nice that I can be here and make a minyan for him.”

Remembering Rabbi Dov Aaron Brisman

For every kid in the shul he had a different joke and a nickname and every kid thought he was they were his best friend, Rabbi Reuven Goldstein, member of the Philadelphia beis din and successor to Brisman at Young Israel of Elkins Park (YIEP), said. He was able to relate to everybody.

Little-Known Facts About The Chofetz Chaim – On His 86th Yahrzeit

Many do not realize that the Chofetz Chaim's second rebbetzin, Rebbetzin Freida Kagan, died in the United States and is buried in Queens.

A Personal Tribute To HaRav HaGaon, HaRav HaTamim, Reb Yoel HaKohen Kahan

For 45 years Reb Yoel taught Chassidus in Boro Park to chasidim of Belz, Bobov, Boyan, Klausenburg, Ger, Satmar and Vishnitz. He was highly respectful of their approach and taught them to be more appreciative of their Chassidus.

On The 21st Yahrzeit Of Rabbi Sholom Klass

For the sake of peace, we are trying to be silent, and peace is very important. But I fear that is not the way you would want us to be.

My Beloved Grandmother Mrs. Irene Klass

She believed in giving people chances in life to be great and to bring out their potential to its maximum.


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