Thursday, Aug 18, 2022

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A Week of Tragedy It has been a very traumatic week here in Israel. Thursday night’s horrific bus crash hit us all like a
  Tisha B’Av is a day of sadness for the Jewish people, the day of mourning for the many tragedies that befell our people
  In a world already immersed in multiple crises—the pandemic, Russia’s war in Ukraine, recession, food shortages—US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s controversial visit to
  100 Days Left and Counting At the beginning of this week, there were 100 days remaining until the Knesset election. Of course, that
Soaring oil and natural gas prices. Electricity grids on the brink of failure. Energy shortages in Europe and the US. But there is hope.
  The heart refuses to accept and the hand cannot write what the mind is trying to process. A young rosh yeshiva, scion to
  Once dismissed as a Russian hoax, the explosive contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop, discovered in 2019, are now public record. The laptop, with
  As we enter the Three Weeks, the words of the Gemara in its preface to the story of Kamtza and Bar Kamtza and
  Violence at the Kever of the Ohr Hachaim Last week, I predicted that the yahrtzeit of the Ohr Hachaim Hakadosh would give the
  It is a well-worn truism that people hear what they want to hear. People can be having a conversation about a specific topic,

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