A High Court Opinion that Justifies Discrimination and Hungry
"He hath disgrac'd me . . . laugh'd at my losses, mock'd at
my gains, . . . And what's his reason? I am a chareidi. Hath
not a chareidi eyes? Hath not a chareidi hands, organs, . .
., fed with the same food, hurt with the same weapons . . ."
(William Shakespeare, Merchant of Venice, Act III,
Scene I, with "chareidi" replacing "Jew")
Poisoned by Shibud Malchuyos
The non-Jewish way of thinking and way of life, which center
around the aspiration for a life of comfort and luxury, have
filtered into our midst. Every fad Parisian tailors invent is
leaped at in Eretz Yisroel as well.
by HaRav Shlomo Wolbe, zt"l
TziYun Le'Isha Gedoloh — Finding Family
Many who have collected old books or family history, or even
discovered a box of old letters and pictures in the attic,
will recall the thrill of discovering the human side of our
by Rabbi Yaakov Rosenes
Manuscripts from the Flames
An account of many Torah works that were written and
preserved in difficult circumstances.
by Y. Ben Avi
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