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Aborted attack? How today’s Bibi-Barak showdown was born
Eliezer Shulman
Inside Israel
GPS disruptions remain a concern to the Israeli security establishment, especially since the technology is used to operate guided missiles
Eliezer Shulman
I dare me
Since living with ADD has saddled me with a track record of not following through with commitments, I need to plan the logistics carefully
Elisheva Appel
I dare me
National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, is an annual challenge that takes place each November. Participants commit to writing daily to produce a 50,000-word novel in 30 days
Elisheva Appel
Kovna Rewrite
Stepping into the Moadon HaYehudi in Kaunas, Lithuania, feels like venturing up (down?) Penrose’s impossible staircase, stepping back in time while moving forward just the same. It’s been almost two years since we left, and we’re back as visiting lecturers.,Kovno Rewrite — Revisited,We’ve gone back in time in Lithuania
Esther Teichtal
Make It Work
Four women who got their dream career down to a science
Miriam Milstein
Make It Work
You’ve likely been told there’s no way you can make a living writing. Meet 5 women who turned their love of writing into a viable career
Miriam Milstein
Impressions
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
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?
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The couples who attend Hitkashroot have a serious problem: one spouse is religious and one is not. Through a course of seminars — and lots of work at home — these couples learn how to accommodate, communicate, and even thrive

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A Boro Park rabbi, a deathbed pledge, and a manuscript snatched from the Russian Bear

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After losing their son to cancer, Chaim and Miri Ehrental have spent the last three decades making sure no other parent faces the challenge alone

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Rav Shlomo Kanievsky brings the family legacy to a new generation

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Zusha’s Shlomo Gaisin and Zach Goldschmiedt have created an old-new mix of mantra-like songs that cut through factions and go straight to the heart of a post-modern generation

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