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This week, the saddest on the Jewish calendar, I feature as my guest columnist Rabbi Jeremy Rosen of the Persian Jewish Community of Manhattan. Rabbi Rosen is a graduate of Cambridge University … more
This year, it is once again my honor to bring to your attention another work of great scholarship by Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb — his beautiful translation of the Kinot liturgy for Tisha … more
This week’s column presents the foreword to the new edition of Rabbi Hanoch Teller’s classic, “Heroic Children: Untold Stories of the Unconquerable.” During the Three Weeks, … more
Newly released for your learning pleasure this summer, and especially appropriate for the upcoming Three Weeks, is “The Spirit of Torah: Penetrating Insights into The Chumash,” by Aaron … more
This week’s column is devoted to a review by Rabbi Dr. Israel Drazin of “The Spiritual Revolution of Rav Kook” by Rabbi Ari Ze’ev Schwartz (Gefen Publishing House, Jerusalem, … more
We are a nation that cherishes the memories of those who have passed on, leaving legacies of deep faith and commitment to our G-d and our people. Among the greatest was Rabbi Dr. Aharon … more
This week I bring to your attention a newly published volume by the Torah Web Foundation, “Chinuch: Contemporary & Timeless,” which deals with, as its title tell us, education for our … more
First on my list is a revised edition of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s “The Lonely Man of Faith” by Rabbi Reuven Ziegler. In a previous essay on this precious work, Rabbi Dr. … more
This week’s column features a special report from Targum Shlishi that should be of interest to many of our readers. It concerns a translation into Hungarian of a new exhibition that will be … more
Recently a new translation of the  ‘’Ben Ish Chai on Megillas Rus’’ by Rabbi Yerachmiel Bratt was published in Israel. The hallmark of this commentary on Ruth, according … more
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