Mrs. Dunoff’s “My Chessed a Day” Books

By Rabbi Paysach Krohn, Yeshiva Ateres Shimon's Daily Chesed, dailychesed@ateresshimon.org Just a few short weeks ago there was a terrible tragedy in the city of Philadelphia. ...

(Not So) Common Courtesy

By S. Friedman, Matzav.com Call me old fashioned but I think some people nowadays leave a lot to be desired as far as manners go....

Religious Jeremy Lin Like Jewish Hank Greenberg

By Doniel Akst A ballplayer from a minority not normally associated with big-time sports bursts onto the scene, tearing up the league with his spirited...

Three Years Later: Sholom Mordechai, Ihr Zolt Nit Zorgen

Editor's note: The following article was written exactly three years ago. It's almost surreal to consider that three years have passed since the Rubashkin...

Tempest in a Tefillin-Bag?

By Rabbi Avi Shafran Of the slew of recent articles celebrating the idea of girls wearing tefillin two were particularly notable. One, because of...

Geraldo Rivera Wrong on Gaza

By Moshe Phillips and Benyamin Korn Geraldo Rivera committed one of the most infamous flubs in the history of television journalism, with his much-hyped flop...

The Miracle of Mesorah

By Rabbi Pinchos Lipschutz Rav Archik Bakst of Shavel was a dominant rabbinic figure in prewar Lita, as a rov, mechanech, posek and baal mussar....

What I Learned While Being Menachem Avel R’ Gavriel Sassoon

By Gavriel Sitrit The words of Shlomo Hamelech that it is better to go to a house of mourning than a house of joy took...

Answering Pope Francis’s Question About Auschwitz

By Rafael Medoff “The great powers had photographs of the railway routes that the trains took to… Auschwitz,” Pope Francis remarked this week. “Tell me,” he...

Jerusalem Post Editorial: Don’t Parole Pollard

There is something suspect in the timing of the news of Jonathan Pollard's release, says the Jerusalem Post. “Jerusalem’s rejection of Pollard’s release as intended...