Monday, May 27, 2024

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    On a lonely mountain, way above The blue sky of our land Waits a holy Tanna For the thousands who had planned
    I can only speak for myself. Having boruch Hashem had the zechus of meeting several gedolim of the previous generation, I know
    This week, in Parshas Emor, we encounter the mitzvah of counting seven weeks between when the Korban Omer is brought on the


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    In general, I don’t like to write about personal things in this column unless there is a broader message for our readers.
  A Somber Day It has been a difficult week here in Israel. This week began with Yom Hazikaron, the day of remembrance for
    Months of negotiations over the final language of a revised global Pandemic Treaty, being pushed by the World Health Organization as a
    We have always been taught that there are no coincidences. In particular, my rebbi, Rav Yitzchok Hutner, regularly reminded us that “great
    Have you heard of Dolittle Perhaps you have forgot He did not “do a little” In fact, he “did a lot”  
  We recently celebrated Pesach, which is referred to as Zeman Cheiruseinu, the days upon which we commemorate our freedom. We were exalted and
  Pesach Begins with a Miracle and Ends with a Tragedy Time is passing at great speed. I was writing about Erev Pesach not
  Paid Agitators Foment Anti-Semitic Frenzy     A wave of pro-Hamas mob actions at more than 50 U.S. universities have dramatically grabbed headlines
  I hesitated to write this article. I am truly not sure if today’s reader will even identify with what I am talking about.