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Rabbi Mayer Weinberger
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Yitzchak Meyer Twersky
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Pesi Teitelbaum
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Shoshanah Weiss-Kost
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Sandy Eller
Fiction
Would caring for Shimmy tear our family apart?
Mindy Gluckstein
Fiction
It had been 24 years of what-ifs
Devorie Kreiman
Face to Face
On media bias and Bibi, Gafni comes out swinging
Avi Blum and Yossi Elituv
Face to Face
"The mainstream understands the danger. But sadly there are a few ‘heroes’ who refuse to obey the call of gedolim to follow regulations, with grave results”
Eliezer Shulman
At the Core
Our faith may be dimmed but it can always reignite
Baila Vorhand
At the Core
What distinguishes our chochmah from the wisdom of the Greeks?
Baila Vorhand
Make Her Day
We asked: Do you know someone whose life needs brightening? We gave you $100. And you made her day
Make Her Day
We gave them $100. They made someone’s day. 9 stories
Ariella Schiller
DMCs
The pain is back, and much, much worse. I cannot move. I am collapsing
Devorah Grant
Recipes
And then one day in 2016, all that changed when I brought up Google Maps on my iPad and searched for Bendzin As the daughter of a Holocaust survivor, I grew up hearing my father, Naftali Faska, talk about how he would never spend a dime on the cursed Polish soil and how ridiculous it
Sima Kazarnovsky
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It’s been over 20 years since that summer. But I’ve never forgotten Henchi and her kindness

By Russy Tendler

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What is the secret magnet pulling so many to Reb Elimelech of Lizhensk’s resting place and legacy? 

By Rabbi Hanoch Teller

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Half a century after he and his wife served as Torah teachers in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo, Mishpacha’s Rabbi Moshe Grylak awakens memories of life under a brutal military dictatorship — and learns once again how history comes full circle

By Rabbi Moshe Grylak

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Who was Rav Naftali Tzvi, or Rav Naftulche as he was affectionately known? What was his connection with Rabi Shimon bar Yochai?

By F.H. Einhorn

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“Learn three masechtos, be’al peh,” the rosh yeshivah said. “Kiddushin, Gittin, Nedarim. Then you will have a bechinah. If you succeed, you’ll earn 20 litu and a new suit”

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Although Hungary was in an alliance with Germany and Italy, we were as Hungarian as our non-Jewish neighbors. Hungary would take good care of us.

By Toby Orlander Thaler