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Challah is a Sabbath and holiday staple. It is so important to the Sabbath ritual, that if a family cannot afford both wine and challah, the challah is considered the more important. Perhaps this … more
•Always use fresh active yeast •Make sure the liquid you use is between 99 and 110 degrees. If the water is too cold, the yeast will be sluggish and will not fully rise. If it is too … more
The Deputy Commander of the IDF’s Nahal Reconnaissance Unit, Maj. Bar Falah, was killed last week when two Palestinian terrorists, one an officer in the US-funded and trained Palestinian … more
This week’s parsha, Nitzavim, raises a question that goes to the heart of Judaism, but which was not asked for many centuries until raised by a great Spanish scholar of the fifteenth … more
Chapter 28 in last week’s parsha of Ki Tavo is one of the most difficult and harrowing chapters in the entire Torah. Yet, along with chapter 30 in this … more
When I prepare a speech lately, or sit down to write a column such as this, I can’t help but think about a particular set of political principles. The principles I ponder are the principles … more
Parashat Nitzavim, the concluding Torah portion of 5782 and the prelude to Rosh Hashana, promises that Hashem will gather us unto Him, regardless of how far away we may be: Even if your exiles … more
The people we choose to admire speaks volumes about ourselves. That’s true of individuals but perhaps even more so of societies. Perhaps the fact that so many people around the world seem … more
The killing of Mahsa Amini in Tehran last week should serve as a reminder to the United States about the regime that it’s desperate to enrich with tens of billions of dollars in exchange … more
In the long list of the most hellish places, Russia’s penal colonies are close to the top. In an interview last year with the Associated Press, Olga Romanova, head of a prisoner-rights … more
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