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Appreciate Those Who Protect Us

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We all likely know someone who serves as a volunteer for TVAC, Hatzolah, CSS or even a neighborhood watch program. Perhaps you are one of the men and women who choose to be a trained first responder or an important “extra” set of eyes for local police and security agencies. There are rabbis across the country who gladly...

Our Disposition During the Coming Days

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It used to be that on Shabbat morning during the spring and summer I’d bring the local newspaper inside my house because I wanted to see the baseball scores from the previous night’s action. If my team wins, my day is already better. If my team loses, it changes my day.

I know, I know. Shabbat is above everything else, and I don’t know how I’d live without it, and there is so much more to life and being Jewish than baseball scores. I can’t explain it, but I’m pretty certain that there are enough Mets and Yankees fans out there who go through the same Shabbat morning routine.

But something has changed. The innocence of a baseball score can’t even come close to my weekday...

Wiesel Knew His Torah and Israel’s History

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In a week of pain and sorrow, the Jewish people lost Hallel Ariel, a 13-year-old girl who was killed as she innocently slept in her Kiryat Arba home last Thursday.

Rabbi Miki Mark, a father of 10, was killed in a drive-by shooting near Hebron the following day.

Then we emerged from Shabbos to learn of the death of Elie Wiesel, one of the great witnesses of the Holocaust and an outspoken voice against genocide and oppression.

World leaders eulogized the late Nobel laureate whose first book, “Night,” enabled those detached from its horror to better understand the Holocaust through his place as a survivor and as a witness.

As is the case in our upside-down world, even an icon like...

IN MEMORIAM

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Brexit Shows Britain Still Impacting Its Former Colonies

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Many of us have been holding our collective breaths watching the impact of Brexit on our 401ks, investment portfolios and other areas of our personal and business finances.

And we cast an eye across the world with concern if Israel’s economy will be hit after last Friday’s British referendum to leave the 28-nation European Union (EU).

As we entered mid-week, the good news was that on Wednesday’s day of trading, American stocks were already showing a recovery. And in a Jewish News Service article covering the Brexit vote, Dr. Oded Eran, the former Israeli ambassador to the EU, said that “nothing is going to happen right away (in terms of Israel’s economy).”

The referendum...
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