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By Rachel Stein A Tribute to Rav Sheftel Neuberger zt”l Ner Yisroel of Baltimore, founded in 1933 by Rav Yaakov Yitzchok Ruderman, was established
The Government Has Given Up The State of Israel has decided to give up the battle against the coronavirus. Nothing is under control, and
Two years after Covid-19 arrived on these shores, the omicron variant is spreading at the rate of more than 700,000 new cases a day,
  In A Perfect World I’ve never really understood archeology. On some perfectly innocuous landscape of bare flats or rolling hills, someone stumbles across
This week’s parsha completes the cycle of the ten makkos that Hashem visited upon Mitzrayim. It is striking that despite all the various warnings,
By Rachel Stein A unique and sublime personality, Rav Moshe Garfunkel zt”l shone his extraordinary light in Cleveland, Ohio for decades, elevating the city’s
Twice a year, we encounter the saga of Yetzias Mitzrayim. On Pesach we relive it in the spirit of the Haggadah’s mandate to “imagine
The Government Zigzags Again The coronavirus situation has become so dire that it would be impossible to begin this week’s column with any other
YES, SLOGANS ARE NOT TAGLINES   My last column revolved around the longevity of slogans. I referred to Ivory Soap’s ’99.9% Pure’, Maxwell House’s
The Gemara teaches that Chananyah, Mishoel and Azaryah were inspired by the frogs of Mitzrayim to give up their lives al kiddush Hashem. The

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