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Yad Leah Plans COVID-19 Inspired Dash for Dignity

Determined not to be deterred by the limitations of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jessica Katz, founder and director of Yad Leah’s international office, has devised a creative

Dr. Moshe Avital, z”l: Voice of the Shoah, Am Yisrael and Eretz Yisrael

Moshe Nechamia ben Yehoshua, Dr. Moshe Avital, passed away shortly after Yom Kippur 2020 at the age of 92 and was buried on Har HaMenuchot in

NJ Increases Aid to Yeshivot

If you were a betting man or woman, you’d likely wager that the recently enacted New Jersey State budget—passed during a pandemic, under the cloud of

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Paramus Sephardic Community Welcomes New Rabbi

Paramus Sephardic Community Welcomes New Rabbi

The Sephardic Community of Paramus (SCOP) welcomed its new rabbi just in time for the new year. Rabbi Aviram Biton, his

Holy Name Medical Center Celebrates Sukkot

Holy Name Medical Center Celebrates Sukkot

The Sephardic Community of Paramus (SCOP) welcomed its new rabbi just in time for the new year. Rabbi Aviram Biton, his

OU Women’s Initiative Starts Weekly ‘Torat Imecha’ Parsha Program

OU Women’s Initiative Starts Weekly ‘Torat Imecha’ Parsha Program

(Courtesy of OU) Building on the success of the Nach Yomi “Torat Imecha” series, the OU Women’s Initiative, a division of the Orthodox Union, is launching a podcast

Boy Scout Troop 226 Welcomes New Scouts

Boy Scout Troop 226 Welcomes New Scouts

(Courtesy of Troop 226) Teaneck’s Boy Scout Troop 226, Bergen County’s only Shomer Shabbat boy scout troop, has resumed activities this fall, after suspending meetings and

TABC Student Activities Are Zooming Along

TABC Student Activities Are Zooming Along

TABC students previewed two big contests earlier this month as Rav Yitz, director of Student Activities, hosted a virtual event for

Moriah Pre-K Celebrates Sukkot

Moriah Pre-K Celebrates Sukkot

The Moriah School pre-k children learned all about the arbat haminim and made their very own lulav and etrog with recycled

BPY and CareOne Celebrate B’Simcha

BPY and CareOne Celebrate B’Simcha

ושמחת בחגך והיית אך שמח

“You shall rejoice on your

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Jump Into Shape Jumps for Kosher Troops

Jump Into Shape Jumps for Kosher Troops

(Courtesy of Jump Into Shape) On Sunday night, October 4, Jump Into Shape (www.jumpintoshape.fun) raised $1,150 for Kosher Troops (

Are You a COVID-19 Athlete?

Are You a COVID-19 Athlete?

Regular gym classes, many sports leagues and in-person fitness classes are among the many casualties of the new normal. The Jewish Link would like to hear from you, our readers:

The Drink Up Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Jackie Carter

The Drink Up Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Jackie Carter

Drink Up and The Jewish Link would like to recognize 15-year-old Jackie Carter as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. Carter, a

STAR-K Kosher Certification Looks Ahead to Continued Growth in the UAE

STAR-K Kosher Certification Looks Ahead to Continued Growth in the UAE

(Courtesy of Star-K) The historic “Abraham Accord” peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has not

From My Kosher Jerusalem Kitchen: Apple Butters

From My Kosher Jerusalem Kitchen: Apple Butters

th century colonial America.

The first recipe is one I repeat every year because it is the easiest and my favorite.

Microwave Apple

OU Kosher Focuses on Education

OU Kosher Focuses on Education

(Courtesy of OU) Orthodox Union (OU) Kosher, the world’s largest kosher certification agency, has formed a new department focused on

Livingston Teen Named Kiwanis ‘Youth Citizen of the Year’

Livingston Teen Named Kiwanis ‘Youth Citizen of the Year’

Gavi Dickman, a senior at RKYHS in Livingston, has been presented with the Kiwanis “Youth Citizen of the Year” award for his

Visiting Har HaBayit: Is it Halachically Advisable?

Visiting Har HaBayit: Is it Halachically Advisable?

Are we permitted to participate in tours of Har Bayit (the Temple Mount) led by Orthodox groups in Israel, such as the Machon Mikdash

Hashem the Creator

Hashem the Creator

Parshat Bereishit

As we begin the Torah reading cycle once more, we also start a new haftarah cycle. “New,” because, for the last three

(JNS) Facebook announced this week that it is banning posts that deny or distort the
(JNS) The Democratic members of New Jersey’s representation to the U.S. House of
(JNS) Negotiating teams from Israel and Lebanon met this week for the first session
On March 13, 2020, just a couple of days after Purim, the rabbis of the Rabbinical
As Orthodox Jews, we are often filled with visions for hope and progress. The
(Courtesy of St. Mary’s General Hospital) “As we finish our Yomin Noraim for
A current TV commercial (I don’t actually remember what was being advertised)
Anger is complicated. When an individual feels angry, he tends to express this
The end of the pandemic summer found us scrounging for a quick family vacation before
Cisco is one of the most reputable vendors worldwide. Specialists who are passionate
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted just about every aspect of people’s
While no one plans to get sick or hurt, most people will need medical care at some
A once-in-a-century pandemic may seem like the extreme opposite of what might fuel a
While COVID-19 may have affected the world economy, Israel’s property market is
(BPT) The average American home has nine DIY jobs that need to be tackled, according
The beginning of the pandemic was terrifying. As a volunteer EMT in Bergenfield, I
The friendship between the late justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia
Attending the White House signing ceremony on Tuesday of the Abraham Accords—which