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Eternal Truths

The Friday, when I heard about the news of a terrorist attack on a Kosher Supermarket in France, I had lots to do. After all, it was Friday. But it was difficult to do anything but pray and worry...

As I intended to make challah for shabbat, I decided to double the mitzvah I was ...

 
 
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A People Like No Other

Ironically, it was late Monday night, after our symposium on Israel and the Media, when I got the What's App message from my future son in law, Ariel, about the terrorist attack in Jerusalem. He had lived in Har Nof, and had friends and family there. The reports were ambiguous, but as
 
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