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Binyamin Rose
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Gedalia Guttentag
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Meir Gold and Yair Stern
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Aharon Kliger and Aryeh Ehrlich
In the Numbers
“My world changed entirely during that war. Nothing was ever the same again and the memories never fade” Photos: Yossi Schwab Fifty years ago, Rabbi Chaim Sabato was a 22-year-old yeshivah bochur dragged out of shul to help fend off the enemy. Today, as a prolific author and a rosh yeshivah of the hesder yeshivah
Boaz Bachrach
In the Numbers
“He said you will definitely have two children, maybe even three.”
Rabbi Akiva Fox
tastes like shabbos
Just the word itself brings waves of nostalgia for the beautiful Shabbosos of my childhood
Family Table Readers
tastes like shabbos
A teacher and a mother, Rebbetzin Machlis cooked for several hundred guests every Shabbos for decades
Sarah Faygie Berkowitz
Mesorah Quest
How did a clandestine Jewish community in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro stay under the radar for so many decades?
Ari Greenspan
Magazine Feature
Creating a network of schools and services under the noses of the KGB. A memoir of challenge and survival
Tzivia Meth
A Gift Passed Along
And that was it. Zeide was forced to simply step over the body and keep marching without pause
Adina Stilerman
A Gift Passed Along
“You, my friend, should be walking around with a camera all day”
Nachman Hellman
Fire Fighters
A small flicker, a smoldering ember. If left unchecked, it can become a raging inferno, consuming everything in its path. Unless someone stands tall and douses the flames. Four tales of courage
Fire Fighters
A flame left unchecked can become a raging inferno, consuming everything in its path. Unless someone stands tall and douses the flames. Four tales of courage
Devorah Grant
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