Magazine Feature
From the Rambam’s Peirush Hamishnayos to Chovos Halevavos, many of our classics were actually written in a foreign language — Arabic

By Rabbi Eliyahu Gut and Rabbi Ephraim Zalman Galinsky

Mourning Reb Uri Mandelbaum, legendary principal of the Philadelphia Yeshivah

By Rabbi Henoch Plotnik

Magazine Feature
 Despite being sight and hearing impaired, Avichai Sheli achieved his teenage dream: coveted first place in the International Bible Contest — and that’s far from his only triumph

By Chananel Shapiro

The Rose Report
“...an underlying assumption that the West and especially the US are guilty of causing all suffering in the world”

By Binyamin Rose

The Rose Report
Israeli often mimics America’s worst notions, rather than its best

By Binyamin Rose

The Rose Report
A president may fire a Fed chairman for “cause,” but there is no precedent to fire one for doing too little, too late

By Binyamin Rose

Washington Wrap
Democratic wins cast doubt on GOP midterm

By Omri Nahmias

The Current
Israeli experts are split whether the new deal is merely bad, or a ticking time bomb of a disaster

By Eliezer Shulman

Voice in the Crowd
There is not a living celebrity, politician, athlete, or entertainer who has had more selfies taken with them than Rav Chaim

By Yisroel Besser

Teen Feature
Junior Rheumatoid Arthritis, or JRA, is a condition that appears in children and teens and presents as chronic joint pain

By Chaya Rosen

Family First Inbox
“When you abuse someone physically, you hurt their body; when you abuse someone spiritually, you destroy their soul”

By Family First Readers

Take 2
Making new friends at camp is not a betrayal to a best friend even if it is uncomfortable for you that she did

By Mindy Rosenthal M.S., BCBA/LBA

A Better You
It’s never too early to take steps to prevent tooth decay

By Family First Contributors

Had Kayla been expecting to tag along with her today? But… she always spends Purim with her friends

By Rochel Samet