The Jewish Link is excited to announce the start of a new monthly series: “Six Over Sixty.” We will be highlighting the lives and careers of 60-somethings who have made major career changes after the age of 60.
In today’s economy, many people are working well beyond “retirement age,” whether
We at The Jewish Link have long tried hard to be perceived as staying solidly in the “muddled middle” of our community on tricky issues involving halacha and mesorah. We often like to think that we represent the “mainstream” or “consensus” views in these areas, while recognizing that there may be those on the right and left who
The Jewish community is certainly not immune to the winds of change blowing through contemporary society. A Teaneck synagogue, Congregation Netivot Shalom, has twice hired a woman seeking semicha at Yeshivat Maharat as a rabbinic intern. The shul is ably and sensitively led by the much beloved Rabbi Nathaniel Helfgot, a department chair at SAR High School and a
In December of 2016, then Secretary of State John Kerry unleashed an hour and a half of invective against Israel’s future as a Jewish and democratic state.
His screed came just months after his boss, President Barack Obama, pushed through, against Israel’s protests, the Iran Nuclear Deal, even though
New Jersey Congressman Josh Gottheimer got it so on point recently when he introduced a resolution urging the United States to formally recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
There is no more vital time than now for the Trump Administration to validate the New Jersey Congressman’s
A man who would compare Jews to “termites” and refer to Hitler as a “great man” and Judaism as a “gutter religion.”
How much connection to the Women’s March does anyone need from Louis Farrakhan to viscerally understand that this is a
With his signature, Gov. Phil Murphy, before the over 300 assembled at YBH of Passaic on Tuesday, dramatically improved the safety of the state’s Jewish schools and those of other faiths.
The governor signed into law legislation that doubles the security allocation for the state’s nonpublic schools.
Jay “Yaakov” Eizik was honored on Tuesday night at the Teaneck Town Council meeting, with the Teaneck Volunteer Ambulance Corps Lifetime Achievement Award. Joining TVAC in 1985, Eizik has responded to 1755 calls.
(l-r) Jay Eizik, with fellow TVAC members Deputy Mayor Mark “Mendy”
Gaza. BDS. New elections. Yet another U.N. resolution condemning Israel.
The list of negative connections to Israel seems to go on and on, typically with many of world anti-Semitism’s usual suspects (Hamas, Hezbollah, Iran, etc.) grabbing the media’s attention.
The Jewish Link wishes a heartfelt mazal tov to Rabbi David and Dr. Miriam Hirsch and Rabbi Chaim and Chavie Hagler on the engagement of their children Esther and Tzvi! Mazal tov to Tzvi’s grandparents, Jewish Link columnists Rabbi Dr. Mordechai Glick and Contributing Editor Nina Glick, and Pauline Hagler. Esther is a former
Let history be our judge. April 9 is not the time for Israel to be led by anyone else but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
So what if it is a record-fifth election? So what of his longevity in passing founding Prime Minister David Ben Gurion?
If we are mentioning