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Argentine President Comes to Israel “to Say Thank You” // Rabbi...

Javier Milei, recently elected president of Argentina, a country of close to 46 million people, is undoubtedly a phenomenon in international politics. His trip...

A Chasidishe Non-Jew // My interactions and impressions of...

On September 10, 2023, a week before Rosh Hashanah, I got a call from Rabbi Mendy Kotlarsky asking me to meet with this underdog...

Leon Cooperman // Omega Advisors

There is increasing alarm at the rising trend of anti-Semitism among the elite universities in America. A growing number of blatantly anti-Semitic groups have...

Lonely voice in a nasty jungle // No, we don’t eat...

It was 1967 and nine-year-old Bassem, a Yerushalayim-born Arab, was visiting his aunt’s one-room apartment in the Old City. The aunt’s radio was broadcasting news...

Combining Halacha, Chasidus and the Practice of Medicine // Dr. Yehuda...

After pursuing his lifelong dream of becoming a doctor, Yehuda Sabiner, an ardent Gerrer chasid and resident of Bnei Brak, made history when he...

Unlocking Autism // Developments in the Field Bring hope to Families

Professor Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown Explains How Changing the Microbiome Can Help People with Autism  The quest to treat autism isn’t limited to a study of the...

Marc Zimmet // Zimmet Healthcare Services Group

The nursing home industry is part of the senior care business boom in our economy; many people in the community are involved in this...

Reactive Devaluation // Black and White is for Cookies

A popular political game these days is something I call “Black and White”—where one political party or label or movement is a knight in...

Through Reason and Niggun // A conversation with the renowned mechanech...

A widely respected mechanech and mashpia, Rabbi Pinchas Breier is the son of noted Belzer composer Rabbi Yosef Tzvi Breier, who also serves as...

Is Egypt Helping or Harming in Gaza?// With distrust on both...

“Since the war started in Gaza, it doesn’t look good. It looks like there is a lack of trust.” —Mohamed Anwar Sadat, a nephew of...