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Norman Lamm, the prolific author and Modern Orthodox rabbi who headed Yeshiva University for nearly three decades, was niftar on Sunday. He was 92. As president and chancellor of YU, Rabbi Lamm … more
A quick search for “Instant Pot recipes” will yield hundreds of ideas for savory dishes — everything from chilis, pasta, soups, casseroles, and more. But did you know that you can … more
We’re masked, gloved and social distancing. I’ve exhausted all programs I want to see on Netflix. I’ve filled garbage bags with clothes that are too small, packed up old books and … more
Former Vice President Joe Biden apologizes. President Donald Trump doesn’t ever apologize. While both said things that can easily be construed as offensive, the thinking behind their talk about … more
This week we celebrate the festival of Shavuot, commemorating a moment, 3200 years ago, when we all stood together, beneath a wind-swept mountain, deep in the Sinai desert. At that moment we became … more
T he festival of Shavuot is a mystery wrapped in an enigma. Here is how Shavuot is described and defined in parshat Emor: “From the day after the Sabbath, the day you brought the sheaf of … more
All beginning students of Torah face this obstacle: In their original, the primary texts of our Jewish tradition have no punctuation. There are neither commas nor periods in the Torah scroll. … more
HaRav Yosef Dov Halevi Soloveitchik zatzal was one of the 19th century’s greatest European Torah scholars. He is known as the Beit HaLevi after the title of his grand exposition of the … more
Imagine being able to exit Israel’s Ben-Gurion International Airport, hop on a fast train to Jerusalem and within about 45 minutes, stand at the Western Wall in Jerusalem’s Old City. That … more
Palestinian Authority and PLO chairman Mahmoud Abbas announced last week that the P.A. is renouncing the peace deals it signed with Israel along with its agreements with the United States. According … more
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