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▪ Haredi fashion designer ▪ Police summon R. Shmuel Eliyahu over racist letter ▪ In defense of Rabbi Sacks ▪ Pope Sylvester did not create known Anti-Jewish legislation ▪ Selling the Talmud as a business guide ▪ Moses Mendelssohn and banning the ban ▪ The appeal of Orthodoxy to young, secular-born Jews ▪ SALT Friday ▪ Harry Potter a Zionist ...

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What’s behind the VosIzNeias ban? ▪ Judaism is most popular religion in US ▪ Shabbat easy style ▪ SALT Friday ▪ Brooklyn center for at-risk teens itself at risk ▪ Jewish groups fear bus-ad backlash ▪ New study finds more Jews in the United States than previously thought ▪ Rabbi Aviner: Don’t read comments ▪ SALT Thursday ▪ VosIzNeias.com banned ...

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▪ Messianic Jews return to Judaism ▪ Georgie Wigs speaks out about The People’s Court fiasco ▪ At kosher chefs’ cook-off, forget foie gras ▪ Tefillin cause bomb scare on New Zealand ferry ▪ Christopher Hitchens’s Jewish Problem ▪ R. Haskel Lookstein and R. Yehuda Gilad on Renting/Selling to Gentiles ▪ Reviving a ritual of tending to the dead ▪ ...

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▪ Former FBI lawyer opposes Pollard release ▪ Results of Jewish non-profit copmensation survey ▪ New ‘liberal halachic’ rabbinical school taking shape in Toronto ▪ The ‘Real Jew’ Debate ▪ The truth about the wig couple ▪ SALT Friday ▪ The Kosher Bookworm: Rashi and Rambam on Christianity ▪ “Rabba” is Not a Rebellion, But Continuation of Natural Evolution ▪ ...

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▪ Radio host Nachum Segal seeks diverse ‘congregation’ ▪ OU Israel Emergency Forest Fire Campaign ▪ The Kosher Bookworm: Nachama Soloveichik, a new face in American Jewish politics ▪ R. Hillel Goldberg: Is Chanukah a Universal Holiday? ▪ Rabbi: Violent husbands should be ostracized ▪ SALT Friday ▪ Eight Nights: The Joy and Meaning of Hanukkah ▪ Ultra-Orthodox woman refuses ...

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▪ R. Mosheh Lichtenstein: Don’t fast for rain ▪ Member who married out is refused aliyah ▪ Israeli Rabbinate takes action in American Jewish divorce case ▪ SALT Friday ▪ Censorship or Stewardship at Yeshiva University? ▪ An interview with Rabbi Jeremy Wieder ▪ Benefit cuts ‘to hit orthodox Jewish community’ ▪ Bracha for hangovers and other Thanksgiving table talk ▪ ...

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▪ A plea for consistency ▪ New Koren, future Korens ▪ Film looks at Jewish experience in baseball ▪ Steinsaltz Talmud Edition Is Done After 45 Years ▪ Response to Moving Beyond Ritual ▪ An epidemic of online infidelity lurking in the Orthodox community ▪ More colleges and universities opt for kosher programs ▪ SALT Friday ▪ US State Dept: ...

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▪ Note to young Evangelicals [& Jews]: You can’t all be elite ▪ Israel’s Ultra-Orthodox welfare kings ▪ Federations find youth outreach tricky terrain at yearly meeting ▪ Jewish women lag behind men in promotion and pay ▪ R. Slifkin: Monograph: The Sun’s Path at Night: The Revolution in Rabbinic Perspectives on the Ptolemaic Revolution ▪ RCA paper on brain ...

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▪ New issue of Contemporary Jewry (free access): Are Israel and Young American Jews Growing Apart: Debating the Distancing Hypothesis ▪ Jewish teenage internet addiction ▪ The Jewish side of Harry Houdini ▪ Q and A with Rabbi Menachem Genack ▪ Israeli rabbis scuffle over ruling allowing handshakes between men and women ▪ The Warrior Rabbi: R. Shlomo Goren ▪ ...

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▪ Rethinking Egalitarianism ▪ This column is anti-Orthodox ▪ The answers lie in our love for our daughter (last paragraph!) ▪ Men’s Soccer: A balancing act of Abrahamic proportions ▪ Lord Sacks tackles tax dodgers ▪ IDF commanders to get ‘haredi glossary’ ▪ Conversion and Naturalization ▪ Bill to shift conversion responsibility to IDF rabbi ▪ SALT Friday ▪ Good ...

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