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I. Introduction

There exists a belief among some that a woman who has given birth or gotten married refrains from going to public gatherings for up

Parashat Kedoshim contains two prohibitions on curses.

“Do not curse the deaf,” (chapter 19, verse 14) means, a person who does not hear curses

Parashat Tazria discusses the laws regarding tzora’as, leprosy, that are widely viewed as incomprehensible! Not to mention that we have never seen

The Gemarah learns from the pasuk “Lo Yamushu Mipikha Umipi Zarakha Umipi Zera Zarakha Meata Vead Olam” that if three generations of Torah can

In the words of Mr. Nissim Tajir, “Mishpachat Kaikov gave three treasures to Klal Yisrael: Rav Yaakov Kaikov, Rav Chizkiyahu Kaikov, and Rav Elazar

In the city of Karmina (Navayee) lived Mula Haim (Haimoff), a well-respected rav and community leader. However, Rav Haim always aspired to live in

I remember hearing about an interesting custom of some New York Jewish families to keep small rocks from Jerusalem in a cup for display in the house

The following is a short parable/ story I wrote. It explores the weight of our choices and also depicts the sometimes-latent human strength that

The days of awe are marked by judgment, but how do I prove that I have free choice? You may say that you know you have choice because you have the

Every person has the fundamental right, to celebrate their culture, their religion, and their identity. For nearly six decades, the Israel Day Parade

In a departure from Met Council’s traditional annual legislative breakfast the morning of the parade, this year began with the harrowing personal

CKids of the Arts @ Chabad of Forest Hills North held their annual End of Year Ceremony. The event marked the culmination of a successful year of

Peter Koo, Fransisco Moya, Barry Grodenchik, and Rory Lancman – of City Council Districts 20, 21, 23, and 24, respectively – all won fairly easily

According to an email sent out by MTT late Tuesday night, the Mesivta has just signed to make Shaare Tova on Lefferts Blvd. in Kew Gardens their new

Advocating for Causes Impacting the Bukharian Jewish Community

ABA’s Mission

The ABA was established in 2016 with a mission of uniting the