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Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman
As I write these words, The New England Patriots football team is about to observe a ‘Moment of Silence' in memory of Ezra Schwartz, a native of Sharon, MA, who was killed in a terror attack on Thursday. The Moment of Silence originates with the Quakers. Since silence contains no statements or assumptions concerning beliefs and requires (Read More)
Maury Rosenfeld
ezra schwartz
Ezra Schwartz was eighteen. I am eighteen. Ezra Schwartz went to a religious Jewish high school and spent his summers in a Jewish sleep-away camp. I went to a religious Jewish high school, and also spent my summers in a Jewish sleep-away camp – similar to the one Ezra did, Camp Yavneh. Ezra Schwartz made the noble and brave (Read More)

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Yisroel Porath
Almost 90% of American Jews celebrate Chanukah, making it the most celebrated Jewish holiday besides Pesach. Since even the most secular Jews feel a connection to the holiday, a class on the meaning of Chanukah is an excellent way to bring people closer to yiddishkeit. In yeshiva day schools, even the youngest child knows that... Read more » (Read More)
Rabbi Michoel Green
Vadim is extremely confident about his talents as an amateur chess player – but so is Dima. They were both members of the Charkov chess clubs when they were kids, and, now, as American citizens, each usually beats his American-born opponents. Now, for the first time, they are up against each other in New York... Read more » (Read More)
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