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Igud HaRabbonim to CUNY: “No Commencement Addresses by Sympathizers of Terror”

On Thursday evening, April 27th, the presidium of the Rabbinical Alliance of America (RAA) - Igud HaRabbonim convened for their rosh chodesh (Iyar)...

After 130 years, an Eruv Marks Poughkeepsie’s Jewish Rite of Passage

It isn’t the super-sized Jewish experience of New York City or some of its suburbs. But for an observant Jew living in New...

Make the Omer Count

Instead of counting "down" toward the big day, we count "up" from one to 50. Why? The Jewish people left Egypt on Passover, and...

Bursting at the Seams, The Shul of Bal Harbour Gets a $20 Million Addition

Florida congregation continues exponential growth, especially among the young Devorah Leah Andrusier remembers moving to Bal Harbour, Fla., as a teenager when her...

Encountering Jewish Life at the Resting Place of  Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berdichev; Defender of his People

The hulking gravestones in Berdichev’s old Jewish cemetery are unlike those found anywhere else. Chiseled as if by an ancient shoemaker, the stones...

Making Matzah and Memories at Historic Bakery in Kfar Chabad

Not only does it churn out shmurah matzah in bulk, it educates thousands of Israeli schoolchildren every year Prior to Passover 1950: The...

Passover: Embracing Our Past for the Future

Instead of rejecting our negative past, Passover teaches us how to use it World history, from ancient to current, is replete with stories of...

Passover: How Can We Identify With the Jewish Slaves Today?

At Passover Seders each year, we recite the Haggadah’s timeless instructions to regard ourselves as having personally lived through the events of the Exodus....

How a New World of Consumers Discovered Handmade Matzah

Traditional shmurah matzah was still a rarity in post-WWII New York First in a two-part series on the dramatic growth in the use...

Uniting a Community Through Torah

Bukharian Jewish Leaders Meet, Lay Groundwork for new North American rabbinate An historic gathering took place on Sunday (9 Shevat/February 5) at Yeshiva...

RAA Observes 1st Yahrzeit of Rabbi Gershon Tannenbaum, zt’l and Launches Project CASP

Over 150 Rabbonim, family and friends joined the Rabbinical Alliance of America - Igud HaRabbonim at "The Bridge" on Flatbush Avenue on Sunday,...

Purim Teaches Us How to Respond to Anti-Semitism

Bond in unity and stand up as proud Jews As anti-Semitic incidents rise at an alarming rate, I am listening carefully to the message...

Purim Shpiel: The Reawakening 

A growing wing of American Jewry associated with the political Far Left hosted an event, which was intended to be a symposium for the...

Worldwide Tikkun Haklali – Psalms Revealed by Rebbe Nachman of Breslov

Bringing Jews Together On 11 Kislev 5776, November 22, 2015, more than one million people from over 150 countries logged in online to...

Hotline for Women’s Questions on Halacha More Accessible Than Ever

Nishmat’s Golda Koschitsky Women’s Halachic Hotline (1-877-YOETZET) – which assists Jewish women seeking woman-to-woman advice on personal questions related to Jewish Law (halacha) and...

How My Father’s Torah Found a Home in My Son’s New Arizona Synagogue

Scroll arrived in Oro Valley from Israel in the nick of time My father, Simcha Yosef ben 1Ephraim Yakov, passed away on the...

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