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President Trump now says he will not move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem until after his administration’s not-yet-public peace plan has a chance to be implemented. Trump … more
In the predominantly Muslim Middle East, a sure way to rally opposition to any concept is to tie it to Israel.  Regional players such as Turkey, Iran and the Iranian terror proxy Hezbollah … more
For close to 30 years, leaders of Polish Jewry have been celebrating what they call the revival of their once-great community from near annihilation during the Holocaust. On occasions like the … more
GATESHEAD, England — It’s lunchtime, and as they wait for their sandwiches at a kosher deli, five young haredi Orthodox men have a lively discussion in Yiddish about Jewish texts. Such … more
Thursday, Oct. 12, is a big day. Besides being Shemini Atzeret, multiple sources confirm that President Trump will deliver a speech outlining his policy on Iran. As part of that speech the … more
After she finished reading Dara Horn’s novel “The World to Come,” my wife said to me, “The last chapter is amazing.” I am more of a non-fiction reader, but on her advice … more
There is a powerful story I heard many years ago but never shared publicly, considering it too fantastic to possibly be true. But having recently read an accounting of it in Yitta Halberstam’s … more
While Shemini Atzeret occurs at the end of Succot, it is, as Midrash Bereshit Rabbah notes, a chag bifnei atzmo (festival in its own right) rather than a part of Succot. (100:7) This is clearly … more
RA Francine Solomon Memorial Library has been dedicated at Rambam Mesivta by the Deutsch and Solomon families in memory of their mother. Carolyn Deutsch, the daughter of Mrs. Solomon, is a … more
Fifth graders at the Yeshiva of Central Queens traveled to the lake at Flushing Meadows Park to participate in the mitzvah of Tashlich. They were joined by their principal, Rabbi Mark Landsman; … more
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