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Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
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In the Numbers
“A regular day in Eretz Yisrael contains the same holiness as Yom Tov Sheini shel Galuyos in the diaspora” Title: The Kozhiglover Confusion Location: Yerushalayim Document: Palestine Post and pashkevil Time: December 1939   It was the darkest of times for world Jewry. World War II had begun and the daily dispatches from Europe were only
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If Bibi is serving as a minister, his political life is over. But if he’s the prime minister, he can fight the charges while in office
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The Torah tells us that after the death of Aharon’s two sons, “Vayidom Aharon — and Aharon was silent.” “But what about his wife?” asks Baruch. How did she cope?
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