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• WZC election results https://azm.org/elections/results

• The Bialystoker Synagogue–Rabbi Zvi Romm’s Haggadah http://bialystoker.org/haggadah.htm

• 6 major Orthodox groups issue collective call for observance of social distancing rules – Jewish Telegraphic Agency https://www.jta.org/quick-reads/6-major-orthodox-groups-issue-collective-call-for-observance-of-social-distancing-rules

• As virus hits tight-knit Haredi communities, rabbis among first to fall ill https://www.timesofisrael.com/as-virus-hits-tight-knit-haredi-communities-rabbis-among-first-to-fall-ill/

• Saying Kaddish from balconies and fasting: The Haredi response to coronavirus https://www.timesofisrael.com/saying-kaddish-from-balconies-and-fasting-the-haredi-response-to-coronavirus/

• True Friendship Might Not Be Something You Can Find with an Algorithm https://mosaicmagazine.com/picks/religion-holidays/2020/03/true-friendship-might-not-be-something-you-can-find-with-an-algorithm/

About Gil Student

Rabbi Gil Student is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of TorahMusings.com, a leading website on Orthodox Jewish scholarly subjects, and the Book Editor of the Orthodox Union’s Jewish Action magazine. He writes a popular column on issues of Jewish law and thought featured in newspapers and magazines, including The Jewish Link, The Jewish Echo and The Vues. In the past, he has served as the President of the small Jewish publisher Yashar Books and as the Managing Editor of OU Press. Rabbi Student serves on the Executive Committee of the Rabbinical Council of America and as Director of the Halacha Commission of the Rabbinical Alliance of America. He also serves on the Editorial Board of Jewish Action magazine, the Editorial Board of the Journal of Halacha and Contemporary Society and the Board of OU Press. He has published five English books, the most recent titled Search Engine volume 2: Finding Meaning in Jewish Texts -- Jewish Leadership, and served as the American editor for Morasha Kehillat Yaakov: Essays in Honour of Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks.

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