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The coronavirus pandemic is not the first deadly contagion to ravage the globe, but it is clearly the first that modern nations have sought to combat by essentially shutting down public life and much … more
Last Passover, Chabad-Lubavitch of Thailand oversaw Passover seders for more than 5,000 across the tropical Southeast Asian nation — 22 seders held in five cities, from Bangkok’s five … more
Rabbi Menachem Mendel Horodoker, writing from Tiberias in the aftermath of an epidemic in 1786, cited Proverb 22:3: “A clever person sees evil and hides, but simpletons pass on and are … more
The UJA-Federation of New York has pledged more than $23 million in immediate financial assistance to help New Yorkers affected by coronavirus. The grants … more
The two Orthodox lists surged in the hotly-contested U.S. portion of the World Zionist Congress elections. 123,000 American Jews voted, a record since balloting was open … more
Achiezer has been in high gear throughout the coronavirus crisis … more
In late February, I flew to Long Island to help my 77-year-old mom following her knee replacement surgery. I arrived in the United States … more
Leaders of six major Orthodox organizations urged in strong terms this week that observant Jews follow the advice of health officials and observe social distancing rules designed to fight the spread … more
For many Jewish communities in the United States, this was the week when synagogues were abandoned. In an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus, many houses of worship were empty and … more
Many Long Island students were among some 4,000 students who participated in this week’s AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington. They made their presence felt, attending sessions, lobbying their … more
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