History was made on Monday.
We’ve heard presidential candidates from both parties in the past promise the U.S. Embassy would move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Once they became presidents, however, the embassy stayed put. Typically, bending under European and Arab pressure, the words these candidates
Meet Hillel Bernstein (pictured above), a 5-year old local Jewish Link fan and avid reader of the paper, whose parents recently told the JLNJ that his favorite part of the paper is the weather box on page 9. Thanks to Hillel, the JLNJ has refrained from cutting the weather box the past few weeks, despite heavy pressure to do so.
Parenting is no easy task, and, as we all know, the experience is filled with many ups and downs and highs and lows. Parenting a child with autism and special needs—as my wife and I do—is no different,
although I like to argue that the highs and lows can perhaps be a bit more extreme
“This was a horrible one-sided deal that should have never, ever been made. It didn’t bring calm, it didn’t bring peace, and it never will.” —President Donald J. Trump
It wasn’t going to happen.
Not as long as President Donald Trump and Secretary of State
It’s election time again in Teaneck, where just under half of our readership lives and where we currently deliver our newspaper via free home delivery to nearly 4,000 households.
As our community continues to grow, with new schools, existing schools and shuls expanding and new developments
That’s what the huge poster at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Monday presentation to the world shouted out.
He has addressed Congress about the Obama administration’s flawed Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with five other
It wasn’t too long ago that most of us thought that heroin or any other opioid addiction happened to people in “other” communities, certainly not the Orthodox Jewish world.
And it wasn’t too long ago when our concept of the supply line of addiction reached in our mind’s eye went
“THE STATE OF ISRAEL will be open for Jewish immigration and for the Ingathering of the Exiles; it will foster the development of the country for the benefit of all its inhabitants; it will be based on freedom, justice and peace as envisaged by the prophets of Israel; it will ensure complete equality of social and political rights to all
Teach NJS will hold its annual legislative breakfast this Sunday, April 15, from 9-11 a.m. at the Marriott Glenpointe in Teaneck. As this Orthodox Union-sponsored group advocates for fair state funding of nonpublic schools, including day schools and yeshivot, we feel it is important to partner with them as well and encourage our readers to
All indications are strongly suggesting that the Bashar al-Assad regime used chemical weapons, ostensibly a barrel bomb containing toxic chlorine gas, on a rebel-held Syrian town…yet again.
This time, the Russian- and Iranian-backed Syrian government used its stockpile of poison gas on its own people
Every year, we end our Sedarim by singing with hope and enthusiasm “Next Year in Jerusalem.”
It is unquestionably a beautiful part of our tradition.
This year, when we come to the Seder’s conclusion, it will, in fact, be just the beginning. For this time we will
After leaving my shul this past Motzei Shabbat and hearing the always inspiring and heartfelt words of my rabbi, Rabbi Larry Rothwachs of Teaneck’s Congregation Beth Aaron, I felt I should write something both about what I heard at the drasha and a bit more about my connection to the minhag of the rabbi’s Shabbat HaGadol