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This year I have the honor to bring to your attention a unique anthology of essays related to Chanukah published by the OUPress. This work, titled “The Light That Unites: A Chanukah Companion. … more
WASHINGTON — Jewish sailors aboard the Navy aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford now have a Torah scroll to use during their six- to eight-month stints at sea. The umbrella body for … more
The radical Islamist terrorists trying to destroy the west have their roots are in Wahhabism, a form of Islam initially practiced in Saudi Arabia and spread across the world by the Saudi royal … more
It has been a long time since I’ve heard anyone say anything positive about the French Socialist Party (PS). Once the giant of that country’s post-war politics, it was trounced into fifth … more
The most prominent Jewish leader in America did not mince words when it came to the question of whether the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) should have an office in … more
The Levi Yitzchak Family Center will host its annual community breakfast this Sunday, Dec. 3, at 9:30 am. The library, in its storefront space at 564 Central  Ave. in Cedarhurst, houses more … more
New statistics show that the Israeli-Jewish fertility rate this year has surpassed that of the Israeli-Arab population for the first time, defying analysts who have made … more
The United States ambassador to Israel, Woodsburgh resident David Friedman, visited HAFTR’s Early Childhood Center in Lawrence with his wife, Tammy, for davening time with young students on the … more
The BDS debacle at the University of Michigan proved once again that Jews can be their own worst enemies. Since 2002, the University of Michigan’s Central Student Government … more
My mother was a first-class baker, and there were always homemade goodies for dessert at our house. So when I went away to college and needed a nosh to remind me of home, I went to a nearby bakery … more
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