OPINION & COMMENT
We have said many times that there is not much difference for us between the various candidates for Prime Minister. We will vote for one, but no secular politician can be in any important sense acceptable to us; our task is just to decide which is the least bad.
Words of Emunah
About a month ago, at six o'clock p.m., Meir B., an eleven- year-old boy, finished his studies at the Erloi Cheder in Bnei Brak and began walking home.
Monkeys And Typewriters: The Making of a Modern-Day Myth
One is not accustomed to thinking of science as a creator of myths. A myth is "an ill-founded belief held uncritically, especially by an interested group."
The Reverse Side of the Hate
The Beis Halevi expands upon the messages of this parsha regarding age-old antisemitism. This hatred, he maintains, is not to be considered a punishment, for at this point in Mitzrayim, the Jews had not sinned.
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