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Oneg Shabbos
Now that he was in the Czar’s army, he knew he’d take revenge and right the injustice done by none other than his own brother
Yeruchem Yitzchak Landesman
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For the sake of saving a life, said Rav Chaim HaLevi of Brisk, we must try everything, even something that goes against logic, even on Yom Kippur
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Special Tribute Supplement: Rav Ovadiah Yosef
Rav Ovadiah always viewed Shas as a bridge between religious and secular forces in Israel
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Special Tribute Supplement: Rav Ovadiah Yosef
“These sefarim are my fathers and teachers. When I was very young, I saved penny after penny so that I could purchase them. I went without bread to be able to buy another sefer for my home.”
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Shared Space
As the serial draws to a close, we reached out to voices of authority within the community to discuss some of the underlying threads of Shared Space. This week, Rabbi Avrohom Neuberger weighs in on the issue of hard moneylending
Dov Haller
Shared Space
Sometimes, the greatest gift parents can give their married children is the freedom to fail
Dr Meir Wikler
redo and renew
I felt an overwhelming pity for him — a Jew so lost without Torah   When my wife and I arrived at the hospital for her bone marrow transplant, we didn’t know what the outcome would be. We didn’t know what effects of chemo she would experience, or whether the transplant would be rejected. We didn’t
Malkie Gordon-Hirsch
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I felt an overwhelming pity for him — a Jew so lost without Torah   When my wife and I arrived at the hospital for her bone marrow transplant, we didn’t know what the outcome would be. We didn’t know what effects of chemo she would experience, or whether the transplant would be rejected. We didn’t
Michal Frischman
This Way That Way
I felt an overwhelming pity for him — a Jew so lost without Torah   When my wife and I arrived at the hospital for her bone marrow transplant, we didn’t know what the outcome would be. We didn’t know what effects of chemo she would experience, or whether the transplant would be rejected. We didn’t
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This Way That Way
I felt an overwhelming pity for him — a Jew so lost without Torah   When my wife and I arrived at the hospital for her bone marrow transplant, we didn’t know what the outcome would be. We didn’t know what effects of chemo she would experience, or whether the transplant would be rejected. We didn’t
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How could he take responsibility for them when he had failed with Beirish?

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I’m not sure you can call it a comfort to be reminded you’re not the only one to have suffered a double tragedy like we did.

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My shul proves that large doesn’t necessarily have to mean impersonal

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