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Friday, December 06, 2019

Shock! 13 Nations Support Israel at UN

On September 22, 2016, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stood before the UN General Assembly and said that he had a message that would shock the audience:

Yavneh Launches ‘Foundations’ Program

Holistic is a term we usually hear in connection with medical or integrative health care, not education. An increasing number of schools and university-based professional educational

Teaneck’s Zach Rothenberg Publishes Sefer Ki Mitziyon

Last week, as I was walking back from an aufruf and double bar mitzvah at Congregation Bnai Yeshurun in Teaneck, I ran into Marc Rothenberg, a

In Search of a Meaningful Life: An Appeal to the Community

In Search of a Meaningful Life: An Appeal to the Community

In Search of a Meaningful Life: An Appeal to the Community

What does it mean to have a life of purpose or meaning? As we age, our life’s direction and primary objectives change. When you are a

Young Israel of Teaneck to Host Rabbis Mondrow and Taragin

Young Israel of Teaneck to Host Rabbis Mondrow and Taragin

Young Israel of Teaneck to Host Rabbis Mondrow and Taragin

The Young Israel of Teaneck is pleased to announce that two noted lecturers will be coming to address the community as part of the

NORPAC Hosts Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS) in Englewood

NORPAC Hosts  Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith  (R-MS) in Englewood

NORPAC Hosts Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS) in Englewood

(Courtesy of NORPAC) On Sunday evening, Marion and William Weiss welcomed Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS) to a NORPAC event in

Valley Chabad Rocks Annual Mega Challah Bake ‘With a Twist’

Valley Chabad Rocks Annual Mega Challah Bake ‘With a Twist’

Valley Chabad Rocks Annual Mega Challah Bake ‘With a Twist’

(Courtesy of Valley Chabad) For some, it was their first time baking. For others, it is a weekly household event; for still others,

BCHSJS Holds Back to School And Israel Program Fair

BCHSJS Holds Back to School And Israel Program Fair

BCHSJS Holds Back to School And Israel Program Fair

The Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies held its annual Israel Summer Program and Gap Year Fair this past Sunday.

Moriah School Has Delicious Pow-Wow

Moriah School  Has Delicious Pow-Wow

Moriah School Has Delicious Pow-Wow

The Moriah School early childhood joined together at their Thanksgiving pow-wow last Wednesday, where there were close to

Anshei Lubavitch Studies Snow

Anshei Lubavitch Studies Snow

Anshei Lubavitch Studies Snow

Anshei Lubavitch never stops learning, even during a snowstorm! The children read books about the snow, brought some snow into the

MGBL Minute

MGBL Minute

MGBL Minute

Led by strong early performances by Galil Neuer, of Tenaflysmiles.com, with eight points, and Danielle Beckoff of

MGBL Standings

MGBL Standings

The RAIN on Water Event Space Sportstar of the Week: Donny Book

The RAIN on Water Event Space Sportstar of the Week: Donny Book

The RAIN on Water Event Space Sportstar of the Week: Donny Book

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and The RAIN on Water Event Space would like to recognize 16-year-old Donny Book as this week’s Sportstar of

Shot of Pickle Juice, Anyone?

Shot of Pickle Juice, Anyone?

Shot of Pickle Juice, Anyone?

(Sandy Eller/Kosher Today Special Correspondent) Inspiration can sometimes come from

Carmel Private Collection Reds: A Perfect Accompaniment to Holiday Parties

Carmel Private Collection Reds:  A Perfect Accompaniment to Holiday Parties

Carmel Private Collection Reds: A Perfect Accompaniment to Holiday Parties

After several weeks of trying some really exciting high-end wines (more on that in the coming weeks), it felt great to get

Kosher Food Enthusiasts Gather for Kosherfeast

Kosher Food Enthusiasts Gather for Kosherfeast

Kosher Food Enthusiasts Gather for Kosherfeast

For the past several years, a group of kosher foodies has been getting together the night before Kosherfest, the trade show

A Response to ‘The First Modern Orthodox Jew: Two Models’

A Response to ‘The First Modern Orthodox Jew: Two Models’

A Response to ‘The First Modern Orthodox Jew: Two Models’

In his recent article published last week in this space, Rabbi Steven Pruzansky identifies “two models” of Modern Orthodox Jews that

The Comeback Chazan

The Comeback Chazan

The Comeback Chazan

At youth minyanim, such as those we have at the daily Sephardic minyan for students at TABC, we try to share the tefillah with as many young

Remembering to Be Grateful

Remembering to Be Grateful

Remembering to Be Grateful

Parshat Vayeitzei

The parsha of Vayeitzei is replete with significant events and with messages for

(JNS) The presidential campaign of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg
(JNS) Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) over the weekend compared the situation at the
(JNS) Hamas is calling on Gaza residents to return to the Israel-Gaza border on
A self-defined frum Jewish woman, Eliana Fine wakes up at 3:45 a.m. and travels an
There are some teachers that you always remember because they made a profound
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As some of our readers may know, my son Eric, z”l, took his own life less than
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With only one experience under my belt, I don’t know whether the phenomenon I
Fund will focus on early-stage investments in U.S. and Israeli companies across
In the late days of September before entering the respite of the High Holy
Almost everyone who enjoys a measure of financial success has at some point
Part of the many enjoyable aspects of doing what I do is that I get to meet so many
(Courtesy of CapitIL) On Thursday December 12, CapitIL Real Estate Agency, in
(Courtesy of Yeshiva University) Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business
When Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced this week that the United States no
In recent years, socialism—the ideology that gave birth to some of the worst
In many Jewish homes, the conversation around the Shabbat table regularly circles