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Agudah Calls Upon Klal Yisroel to Take Action

The NYS Education Department recently released new, proposed Substantial Equivalency Regulations for nonpublic schools. These draft regulations can give unprecedented authority over yeshivos to the local public-school districts, and the curricular requirements can present a serious challenge to the ability of our yeshivos to be mechanech our children according to our mesorah.

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Tales of Shemittah Miracles

The promised blessings of "I shall command My blessing" are evident to the farmers nonstop. Every conversation with a farmer strengthens emunah.

This is apparent in the orchards and on to fields laid fallow this year. Rabbi Binyamin Cohen tells of one of the many evident miracles which the farmers were privy to see this Shmittah year.

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Rabbi Gafni's Analysis of the "New" Government Situation

Practically speaking, does the chareidi public have reason for optimism in view of what is taking place in the government?

"One must not forget that there are ongoing problems, all the time," explains Rabbi Gafni. "One can say that at the moment, things are calm. At the moment, the Knesset cannot promote laws that are opposed to chareidi interests. The combined party list will not vote for laws detrimental to Yiddishkeit, knowing that it will boomerang when we return to power, so that in the worst scenario, even if Ra'am decides to support, the maximum votes they can muster is 60, which is not enough to pass legislation.

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Sticky Glue

The Knesset summer session began this past Monday, with many hoping that it be the last one of this present government. The evil government, in so many areas, deserves to terminate its tenure but the major problem is that at the present, there is no alternative in sight. It doesn't have a majority in the Knesset, but the same holds for the Opposition.

Those who pin their hopes on Mansour Abbaas who will force this government to fall live in delusion. If he wants the Ra'am party to continue, he must prove to the voters that he made no mistake when he supported the Benet-Lapid government, and he can only do this if he continues to support it and receive at least part of his demands. Even those who build up their hopes that a united list will topple the government, is deluded because even there, they understand that the downfall of the Leftist government can bring Smotrich and Ben Gvir, if not Netanyahu included, back into power. In short, what was, is what will be.

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