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In last week’s parashah of Shoftim, we read how Hashem tells Bnei Yisrael that when they go to battle against their enemies, they should not be afraid because Hashem...

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Anthony D’Esposito Visits The Southern Border In Texas

As the United States continues to grapple with the ongoing southern border security crisis, Hempstead Town Councilman and candidate for Congress, Anthony D’Esposito, visited the El Paso region of...

Jew-Hatred At CUNY

By Jeff Ballabon One of the roles I am proudest to play is my work as Senior Counsel for Government and International Affairs at the American Center for Law and...

Never Alone: Avigdor’s Helping Hand To Honor Chesed Heroes At 17th Annual Gala Event

Some say it takes a village to raise a child, but it takes an extraordinary organization like Avigdor’s Helping Hand to pick up the pieces of a family’s shattered...

A New Home For The Rambam Man

After 30 years of success educating the leaders of tomorrow at 15 Frost Lane in Lawrence, Rambam Mesivta is proud to announce that it will be bringing its commitment...

Connecting With The Past: Making Memories In Morocco With Touro

Students participating in the Touro Summer Program enjoyed an unforgettable experience exploring the past and present during an 8-day adventure through majestic Morocco By Dr. Karen Sutton Professor, Touro’s Lander College...

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On Sunday, August 21, Chai Lifeline unveiled the newly-renovated Silber and Scheiner Families Medical Center at Camp Simcha in Glen Spey, NY. Hundreds of campers, counselors, staff, and friends...
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