There’s a time in the life of a nation when there is no need for explanations or descriptions thrown around to underscore a point. This is one of those times.
Our fellow Jewish community members and countless numbers of their Houston neighbors are living through a catastrophic storm. It’s
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned once again that Iran cannot be permitted to “use the nuclear deal to hold the world hostage.”
What part of a dangerous, existential threat to Israel and the Middle East don’t the American left, Europe and other nations understand?
Every summer for the past few years, the texts start flying in early August between our group of about six couples. We agree on a Sunday in August, set a time, and we all try to come not more than a fashionable hour or two late. We come from Woodmere, East Brunswick, Jamaica Estates, Teaneck and Bergenfield and gather at a
The world weighs heavily on our shoulders this week. And when I say “our,” I mean all Americans. A white supremacist rally in Charlottesville last weekend has brought to the forefront of our minds the most negative, most hurtful American stereotypes. These represent the very worst version of ourselves as Americans, as
President Donald Trump has addressed the situation now on three separate occasions, underscoring the importance of what has now become a national conversation. Many people didn’t feel his comments went far enough in condemning the hate, but his commentary expressed the
August 4 was the date the Township of Mahwah’s government had set for the South Monsey Eruv Fund to remove its eruv, made up of white PVC pipe lechis installed with permission by Orange & Rockland on its poles. With an emergency injunction in place, the eruvin that have been installed in Mahwah and Upper Saddle River are up and have
As our children grow into tweens, teens and then (gulp) young adults, life changes, sometimes in ways we do not expect. We may anticipate the teenage eye roll, or the turning of a cheek when we try to kiss them publicly, or even that their friends will come to be vital to their very existence. What we may not be ready for is that
That number is the murderous monthly pension the family of Omar al-Abed will receive should he be convicted and sentenced to 30 years or more for the killings of three Salomon family members two weeks ago in the West Bank town of Halamish.
Jewish Link Aliyah Diary writer and former Teanecker Esti Snukal visited the Jewish Link office this week with her family from Israel. Pictured here are: (l-r) Shami Snukal, Esti Snukal, Rafi Snukal, Kobi Snukal, JLNJ office manager Dena Kinderlehrer, & JLNJ co-publisher Moshe Kinderlehrer. Missing from the picture is the oldest Snukal son, Ezra, and
There were no metal detectors or cameras outside of the Salomon’s home in the town of Halamish when a lone terrorist came inside and slaughtered three family members last Shabbat night.
The Salomons were finishing up a festive meal honoring the birth of a grandson when a 19-year-old Palestinian
The Lubavitcher Rebbe, zt”l, said the following: “Every Jew—wherever he or she may find themselves, even a solitary Jew in the most remote corner of the earth—must remember that they are part of the whole Jewish people and representatives of the entire Jewish people—the one people ever since the Torah was given at Mount Sinai,
On July 10, the Rabbinical Council of Bergen County (RCBC) widely distributed a letter declaring that it cannot support the creation of a Hatzalah network in Bergen County. The RCBC’s letter is the latest stage in the debate between advocates of local Volunteer Ambulance Corps in Teaneck and Bergenfield, who support the existing