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Fleetwood Synagogue Installs New Rabbi

On November 20, the Fleetwood Synagogue in Mount Vernon held the Installation of Rabbi Dr. Yosef Cohen as its new morah d’atrah. Featured speakers included Rabbi

Beth Aaron Gives Back

Teaneck Cong. Beth Aaron’s Project THANKS delivered Thanksgiving dinner from Ma’adan to Teaneck’s firemen and TVAC staff on Thanksgiving Day.

Global Chabad Kinus Gathers in NJ

We learn in the Gemara (Sukkah 51a) that “Whoever has not seen this celebration [the Simchas Bais HaSho’eva, in the Beit Hamikdash] never saw a celebration

NY Orgs Unite to Protect Jewish Communit…

As ongoing threats against the Jewish community continue to rise, a strong partnership between a cadre of volunteers, Jewish security initiatives and local, state and federal

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Conspiracy to Block ‘Hasidics’ from Clarkstown Results in Ateres Bais Yaakov RLUIPA Lawsuit

Conspiracy to Block ‘Hasidics’ from Clarkstown Results in Ateres Bais Yaakov RLUIPA Lawsuit

  RLUIPA protects religious individuals and institutions from unduly burdensome or discriminatory land-use regulations. Ateres has alleged that Clarkstown

Matthew Mahrer Faces Courtroom Following Antisemitic Threats

Matthew Mahrer Faces Courtroom Following Antisemitic Threats

Upper West Side community leader Sheldon Fine reported to The Jewish Link that Mahrer will be back in court this coming Wednesday at 10am. “I recommend that we and

Teaneck Celebrates Thanksgiving Lunch With Seniors

Teaneck Celebrates Thanksgiving Lunch With Seniors

Upper West Side community leader Sheldon Fine reported to The Jewish Link that Mahrer will be back in court this coming Wednesday at 10am. “I recommend that we and

Touro Conference Scholars Explore Last Thousand Years of Jewish Leadership

Touro Conference Scholars Explore Last Thousand Years of Jewish Leadership

(Courtesy of Touro University) A few hundred people, online and in person, visited Touro’s Lander College for Women in Manhattan
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RYNJ Students Are Thankful

RYNJ Students Are Thankful

The children of RYNJ were very busy during the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving. RYNJ teachers focused on hakarat hatov and

Moriah Explores Modern Pilgrims

Moriah Explores Modern Pilgrims

In conjunction with their Thanksgiving unit, Moriah kindergartenders learned the true meaning of the word “pilgrim.” Through

Yeshivat Noam Enjoys Thanksgiving Feasts

Yeshivat Noam Enjoys Thanksgiving Feasts

In conjunction with their Thanksgiving unit, Moriah kindergartenders learned the true meaning of the word “pilgrim.” Through

The Humble Toast Sportstar Of the Week: Sammy Spier

The Humble Toast Sportstar Of the Week: Sammy Spier

The Jewish Link and The Humble Toast would like to recognize Sammy Spier as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The third grader at Ben

Teaneck TBO 10U: The Values of a Champion

Teaneck TBO 10U: The Values of a Champion

As I hang up my sportswriter-as-hobby hat for the winter, I want to thank all of you that came along for the ride with the

Ironman UK: Part XV

Ironman UK: Part XV

The idea of competing in Ironman United Kingdom began in July 2021 when an email from the Ironman corporation landed in my inbox. We were 15

Bison and Bourbon

Bison and Bourbon

Many restaurants have some sort of defining feature that is noticeable as soon as you

Cornish Hen, Two Ways

Cornish Hen, Two Ways

Cornish hen is a variety of broiler chicken produced from a cross between a Cornish hen and a White Plymouth Rock hen. The name is actually incorrect because there are both males

Don’t Cry, Just Enjoy These Special Onion Soups

Don’t Cry, Just Enjoy These Special Onion Soups

One of my favorite soup and salad suppers is going kosher French with onion soup. My favorite recipe is very old and is an adaptation of Chicago’s Crate &

We Need a Global Front Against Antisemitism

We Need a Global Front Against Antisemitism

Antisemitism will never go away, but if Jews unite and find common ground on Israel’s right to exist, we may be able to drown out

Regime Change in Iran Is a Distinct Possibility

Regime Change in Iran Is a Distinct Possibility

The Biden administration must abandon nuclear talks and strengthen the Iranian protesters. My Iranian Jewish friends who live

Boy Scouts Camp Out Over Thanksgiving

Boy Scouts Camp Out Over Thanksgiving

Boy Scout Troop 226, which meets weekly at the Jewish Center of Teaneck, joined Troop 613 of West Hempstead for an overnight camping
Shortly after my mother passed away, I was conversing with my friend and shared how
Years ago—what feels like ages ago—I remember finding an old notebook of mine
Prime Ortho Rehab is an outpatient physical and occupational therapy clinic
Shame on the U.S. Justice Department for abetting Israel’s enemies abroad and
The claim that Benjamin Netanyahu’s government will make life hard for Diaspora
Even before the final results of the latest Israeli general elections were
Isn’t it ironic to relay that in the midst of inflation, threats of recession and
At an Aufruf I recently attended, the following story was told by a close friend of
Having lived through the crash of 1987, the dotcom bubble of 2000 and recession in
Jason Blau’s world had come crashing down. Losing his job and ending his
 (Courtesy of OU) IVDU, a network of Orthodox Union (OU) Yachad schools for
I was 11 years old, and I was thoroughly embarrassed. A week earlier, one of the
Who doesn’t love a well-organized, brightly lit clothes closet? Whether walk-in
Racheli Diament has always been artistically inclined. The 16-year-old
(Courtesy of OU Yachad) Miriam* was in disbelief when her 16-year-old daughter
(Jewish Link) Last week, two bus-stop bombings on the outskirts of Jerusalem killed
(JNS) Four Iranians were sentenced to death for allegedly cooperating with Israel’s
(JNS) Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid sent a letter to more than 50 world leaders
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