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One of the most pernicious long-term consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic is that Americans became used to acquiescing to the most intrusive and all-encompassing
Bennett Makes His Choice So, what happened this week? Let’s start with some political news. At this moment, a Lapid-Bennett government seems to be
It was a couple of weeks after Shavuos and Rav Yaakov Aryeh of Radzamin, one of the great Chassidishe rebbes of his time, was
It has not been a good two-week stretch for fact-checker, nor for the mainstream media in general, nor for those whom they have elevated
This week, there was an uproar in Israel over a new bill that would ostensibly prohibit kiruv activities. The same proposal has been around
Jewish history is an ongoing cycle of high peaks and low valleys. We arrive in a new country, get acclimated until we feel we
The clashes that culminated in a ceasefire last week between Hamas and Israel is at least the fifth such round since Israel’s withdrawal from
We are living in extraordinary times. While such a statement often seems like a cliché – doesn’t every generation think it’s special? – it
Fear Keeps Visitors Away from Kosel There is much to report from Yerushalayim. First of all, we celebrated Shavuos, the holiday of Mattan Torah,
The Good, The Bad and The Bad It was fairly predictable but also quite unpredictable. This best sums up the findings of the just-released

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