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Knesset Channel
Why Netanyahu should worry about Margaret Thatcher’s fate
Gedalia Guttentag
Knesset Channel
Back to the Ballot Box: Special Israeli election coverage
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On the House
“I... how often are you thinking of hosting events like these? I mean, they’re wonderful, and they do bring in business, it’s just... whatever”
Faigy Schonfeld
On the House
She had so many ideas, so much passion — and she was going to funnel it all into a random project that meant nothing to anybody
Faigy Schonfeld
Yosef Chaim's Adventures
Then I had one of my ideas. All my ideas are good, but this was especially good. It was an idea that would solve my two problems in one shot
Shira Yehudit Djalilmand
Summer Job
“What about 200 boys who don’t come from wealthy homes? You know, plain families, no big privileges. Their big break from regular life is camp”
Dov Haller
Summer Job
“I have a cousin and a brother. They have a million connections. When do you want to do the breakout?”
Dov Haller
Tech Talk
Even good things need boundaries. No matter how worthwhile an activity is, if it becomes too consuming, the risks are bound to outweigh the benefits
Aliza Feder
Tech Talk
In 40 years when I’m looking through my albums, I don’t want to only remember the spectacular, beautiful days. I want to remember my life
Aliza Feder
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I slowly came to view my work as a form of hishtadlut to support my family as well as an opportunity for kiddush Hashem, rather than purely as a vehicle for money and personal fulfillment

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“Abba, you just have to show the gorilla that you respect his personal territory, and the gorilla will respect you back”

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M y father, Melvin S. Landow z”l, grew up impoverished, in a tenement in Brooklyn’s Coney Island neighborhood. From the age of nine, he worked to help support his family, offering his services first as a shoeshine boy, then delivering newspapers, then as a “barker” at the famed Coney Island amusement park. (His trademark “bark”

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Working in an environment where I was constantly exposed to death and the fragility of life, I began to understand that we are all in G-d’s hands

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She wasn’t expected to survive her first day, and certainly not her first week, but to the surprise of the doctors, she did. We named her Chaya

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“What zechus did my mother have? Well, the only zechus of hers that I can think of is that she wasn’t cremated”

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