News & Links
▪ Loving the Law (a Catholic thinker reads Halakhic Man)
▪ Jews weren’t all pedlars and criminals, Mr Dickens
▪ The Safran Dreidel Collection
▪ Israeli officials escalate war of words with N.Y. Times
▪ Season For Miracles and Learning
▪ Happy Hanukkah, Marines!
▪ Mumbai synagogue celebrates 150th year
▪ Leaving The December Dilemma Behind
▪ High-Tech Education and High Quality?
▪ At Reform biennial, handwringing over the next generation
▪ R. Avraham Yosef: Segregated Buses Idiotic
▪ SALT Thursday
▪ Yiddish making a comeback at colleges
▪ Rabbi, Matisyahu shaved off his beard! Should I shave off mine?
▪ N.Y. lawmaker Carl Kruger quits over bribery charges (what’s up with the lead paragraph?)
▪ Holland: New rules on animal slaughter
▪ Haredi solution: ‘Kosher’ bus company
▪ The Meaning of the Name “Maccabee”
▪ Translating the Bible From Hebrew — To Hebrew
▪ Day School Enrollment Trending Downward
▪ Constitutional Crisis At Young Israel
▪ Questions Aren’t Fatal
▪ SALT Wednesday
▪ Guide for the traveler on Chanukah
▪ Can Reform Jews be politically conservative?
▪ Shas Sets Up Shop in U.S.
▪ Leader Asks Jews To Return to Tunisia
▪ In Search of the Moderate Voice
▪ Haredim protest dense burial campaign
▪ Christopher Hitchens’ lessons on writing a derashah
▪ A Review of Responses to the Beacon article
▪ R. Shlomo Amar: A woman rabbi is an uprooting of the Torah
▪ The Origins of the Non-Jewish Custom Of ‘Schlissel Challah’
▪ SALT Tuesday
▪ YUTorah Online – Chanuka To Go
▪ Jon D. Levenson: The Meaning of Hanukkah
▪ Satmar Rebbe Condemns Jews Who Bash Obama
▪ ‘Kosher electricity law’ pulled
▪ New Yorkers producing film on Israel’s Six-Day War victory
▪ The Political Orthodoxy of Hebrew Union College
▪ At Orthodox Toy Store in Brooklyn, Batman Is Not Kosher
▪ Yes, An Orthodox Rabbi Can ‘Do’ a Commitment Ceremony
▪ Brooklyn D.A. Refuses To Name Child Sex Abusers
▪ SALT Monday
▪ Last week’s news & links
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