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By Michael Orbach There’s a joke told about a radio announcer and a rabbi. One Shabbos morning, the rabbi gives a speech that goes on and on for 45 long minutes. After davening, one … more
There are a number of verses in Tanach that call upon the heavens and the earth to bear witness, or to at least lend an ear to the proceedings. In the Torah, they are all in Devarim: 4:26, … more
Former Aish HaTorah program offers college credits to seekers By Laura Turetsky Issue of September 25, 2009/ 7 Tishrei 5770 Back in the day the best way to become a Ba’al Teshuvah was … more
By Ari Lieberman n October 6, 1973, Yom Kippur Day, Egypt and Syria launched a coordinated assault against Israel. Under cover of heavy artillery and aerial bombardment, the Egyptians crossed … more
By Michael Orbach It seems that you can be a world-famous cantor and stage performer, but like most other Jewish husbands, when your wife and daughter want to go shopping at Westbury Commons, … more
By jewish star staff writer The nation’s oldest serving college president has announced his successor but said he has no plan to retire just yet. Dr. Bernard Lander, 94, president of … more
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For a complete listing of upcoming community events, including items that didn’t make it into the print edition, go to www.thejewishstar.com. Cedarhurst- The JCC of the Greater Five Towns … more
Protests planned next week in Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan By Michael Orbach Special to the web on Sept 17, 2009 / 28 Elul 5769 A fundamentalist church from Topeka, Kansas … more
By Etta Chinskey Tickling Leo is a powerful film about the aftermath of the terrible choices Jews were forced to make during the Holocaust. It follows a family whose complicity in Rudolph … more
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