Other than Torah learning, tefillot and our daily observances and acts that honor Hashem, there aren’t all that many mitzvot that one does on a regular basis that can, in one fell swoop, affect hundreds, if not thousands, of people. But I can easily think of one mitzvah that has affected hundreds, if not thousands, in
I hope I am not wrong about this, but I like to think and believe that most in our community are at least somewhat aware of the special work of Yachad and what it has done for decades—and continues to do—for our community’s children, teens, siblings and adults with disabilities. For myself and our family, our connection to
89. The percentage of Orthodox families who, according to a recent poll, point to yeshiva tuition as their number one issue of concern.
35. The number of people who bothered to show up at last Sunday evening’s “Tackling the Tuition Crisis” talk, offered free to the public at Congregation Beth Aaron
One of the joys I receive from publishing The Jewish Link of New Jersey is that I get to meet and befriend some of our community’s most unique and accomplished individuals. Some may already be well known to many and often appear in the pages of The Jewish Link, while others may fly a little under the radar. I also get to meet
Whether or not a Senate bill that improves or abrogates the Obama administration’s Iran nuclear deal is passed, we believe that the president’s recently announced intention to decertify that pact has merit.
President Donald Trump said last week he would ask Congress to modify the agreement that was
Editor’s note: This is an excerpt of a piece published in The Jewish Link online on Tuesday, October 10, 2017. To read the full version, visit https://tinyurl.com/ybfs67sg
The English word confession is not necessarily a word I
Nishma, a one-year-old sociological and market research firm which previously published a study about Orthodox Jews who became non-religious, published a new study on September 28th, titled “The Nishma Profile of American Modern Orthodox Jews.” While the survey attempts to present an objective view of the
Yet filled with joy.
We’ve heard these messages before when it comes to Sukkot. Our sukkot are built to reflect the vulnerability of our people. They are structures in which we experience happiness, though they,
Publisher’s Note: Now that The Jewish Link has published 200 editions and we are nearing our fifth anniversary in March, I have begun, finally, to get some perspective on our paper’s first editions and some of the things I overcame in the early days to make sure the paper came out on time. The Jewish Link’s first year was
We’ve been through a lot together this year.
The pages of The Jewish Link and our online platform have captured our community’s triumphs and, at times, some of its most troubling challenges.
Be it communal responses to a person in need of a kidney transplant or
Harvey. Irma. Charlottesville. Barcelona. Trump. Clinton. Obama. Halamish. Kim Jong-un. Iranian threats. Mahwah. Jose?
It seems like it doesn’t take but a blink of an eye for the 24-hour news cycle to turn over one pressing issue into the next.
Last year at Rosh