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Anticipating punishing delays for Long Island Rail Road commuters while infrastructure repairs are made this summer, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority released an extensive alternate … more
Ateret Cohanim, which legitimately purchases properties from Arabs in the Muslim Quarter of the Old City and its environs, celebrated its 38th year at a gala in Queens last week. At the desert … more
By JTA Ivanka Trump said she did not expect the level of “viciousness” her father’s presidency would bring her, but also felt “blessed” by moments, including a … more
Many years ago, an elderly man approached me following a lecture on the topic of Emunat Chachamim (the faith we are meant to have in our sages). “Do you know why I am no longer … more
There are many synagogues whose names begin with the word anshei (Anshei Emes, Anshei Shalom, Anshei Chesed, Anshei Emunah). There are also Anshei synagogues named for individuals, families, or … more
A New Jersey Holocaust survivor has received an unsolicited apology from the granddaughter of Nazi sympathizers who lived in his Nuremberg home after his family was driven out of Germany at the start of the Holocaust. more
Israel and New Zealand have restored diplomatic ties following the island nation’s sponsorship last year of an anti-settlement United Nations resolution.   Following monthlong … more
The beginning of our parasha, Shelach, offered the possibility of the immediate implementation of Judaism’s ultimate goals: Moshe would have been the Mashiach who led our people into Eretz … more
Valedictorian Rachel Canter is a series of delightful contradictions that combine to make a fantastic student and a wonderful human being. She is simultaneously brilliant and humble, sharp-witted and … more
Valedictorian Ariella Borah of Hewlett has attended Shulamith since Pre 1-A. She is a member of Math Olympiad, a three time recipient of Shulamith’s Kesher Shem Tov Award, and has won multiple … more
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