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Chanie Nayman
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Chanie Nayman
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Chanie Nayman
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Miriam Weinberg
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Miriam Weinberg
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The dinner is March 1 and there is no turning back
Dovid Bashevkin
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Tu B’Shevat tells the world what kind of Jew you are
Dovid Bashevkin
Between Brothers
The Lev Simcha era could be called a period of consolidation
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Between Brothers
The story of the oldest and youngest children of the Netziv, Rav Chaim Berlin and Rav Meir (Berlin) Bar-Ilan
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Global View
Donald Trump is erratic, but Biden scares me more
Gershon Burstyn
Global View
Russiagate was a hoax — time to look at Obamagate
Gershon Burstyn
Special Tribute Supplement: Rav Ovadiah Yosef
Rav Ovadiah always viewed Shas as a bridge between religious and secular forces in Israel
Mishpacha Contributors
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.”
Mishpacha Contributors
Podcast: The Rose Report
I don’t like making predictions about the news. There are too many variables. Too many players. There’s the Hand of G-d who intervenes in ways that we can never forecast.  But I’ve been a newsman since the 1970s and I’ve covered comparable stories over many decades. Some stories blow up. Some blow over. Sometimes we see signs in advance, so I will suggest a few things to watch that may give us clarity for 2022.
Binyamin Rose
Podcast: The Rose Report
Before voting for Trump again, or welcoming his Orthodox Jewish advisors back with open arms, or even voting for Bibi again, their clumsy diplomacy should be held against them
Binyamin Rose
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