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The Anti-Democratic New Israel Fund Against the Chareidi Community and Lifestyle

Often the chareidi community finds itself attacked and threatened by well-financed efforts to undermine the fulfillment of Torah and to minimize the success of the Torah community in Israel. Although the names of those behind these initiatives are varied and diverse, with only a little research Yated Ne'eman regularly finds that the source of the money is one and the same: the New Israel Fund (NIF).

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German Jewry, the Human Soul, HaRav Moshe Shapira and the Brisker Rov on the fundamental meaning of Olom Chessed Yiboneh

German Jewry has a reputation as the cradle of the Reform movement, but what is not well-known is that these new winds were found only in the larger cities. In the smaller towns these influences were not present. Small town German Jewry was no less authentically and deeply Jewish than the small town Jewry of the Eastern European shtetls. Generally the German communities were populated by simple people who held tightly to the faith of their fathers. Many communities had been in place for more than thousand years, much longer than the Eastern Europe communities.

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