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“Please, as long as there are single girls (and boys) in the world, keep Rochi Kichel single”
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Why the Times' attack on Yeshiva University should scare all believing Jews 
Avi Schick
At a Glance
ISIS is back as a long-term threat
Gedalia Guttentag
At a Glance
Bolsonaro’s Brazil, pro-Israel at last
Gedalia Guttentag
LifeLines
If you ever read any book about love languages, my mother’s picture should be on the opening of the chapter on gift giving
Mattie Weinberg
LifeLines
Fighting for our baby’s every breath, we gained just as much as we gave
C. Saphir
All I Ask
Soon after the first chapters were published, the questions and doubts came
Ruti Kepler
All I Ask
Tell him. Right now. Say the words Dad asked you to say. Just say it! Quick, before it’s too late!
Ruti Kepler
Split
People expected me to have a holy perspective about our children’s conditions from the beginning
Musia Slavin
Split
At nine days old — an incredibly young age for a child with both a cleft lip and a cleft palate! — they weaned Tali off the feeding tube
Musia Slavin
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When the Communists began stamping out Yiddishkeit in Russia, Rav Simcha and his family emigrated to the United States in 1924

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