Wednesday, December 07, 2022


CUNY Professors’ Case Challenging ‘Antisemitic’ Union’s Representation Heard in Federal Court

In a case that could overturn provisions of New York’s Public Employees’ Fair Employment Act, six professors at the City University of New York (CUNY) had their case heard in federal court challenging the Professional Staff Congress’ (PSC) authority to represent them because they believe the union is hostile toward Jews.


UJA-Federation Addresses Antisemitism

Antisemitism is growing, becoming more mainstream and is a threat to more than just the Jewish community. Those statements were among the takeaways from “Antisemitism Rising: What You Need to Know,” a one-hour virtual program on Monday afternoon, sponsored by the UJA-Federation of New York.


Teaneck’s Avi D. Kelin, Esq. Recognized as NJ Legal Influencer and Essex County Top Lawyer

(Courtesy of Genova) Avi D. Kelin, Esq. is Counsel at Genova Burns LLC, a nationally recognized and full-service law firm, headquartered in Newark and with offices spanning New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia.

Kelin focuses on the areas of political law and corporate law. He provides guidance


Interview With an Endocrinologist

Mark Wiesen, MD is a board-certified endocrinologist who specializes in the treatment of diabetes and metabolic illnesses in Teaneck. He brings over 47 years of experience to his practice. Dr. Wiesen is a graduate of Yeshiva University. He then graduated from Columbia University/College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1975.


NCSY Gains Renown for High School Community Service Missions

If you asked community members to name the areas in which NCSY is a national leader, it’s likely that many would comment on the group’s celebrated decades-long work in holding engaging youth activities, or their broad array of summer youth trips to Israel, which sends more teens to Israel


Simon Goldberg Experiences Spiritual Growth at Yeshivat Orayta

Simon Goldberg is currently on a spiritual journey at Yeshivat Orayta. Born and raised in Silver Spring, Maryland, he attended Berman Hebrew Academy for both elementary and high school. Following his year in Israel, he plans to continue his studies at the University of Maryland. His family davens


Avraham’s 10 Tests

Highlighting: “10 Steps to Eternity: The Fascinating Narrative of Avraham Avinu’s 10 Tests and True Stories of How We Follow His Example Today,” by Nachman Schachter. Mesorah Publications Ltd. 2022. Hardcover. 199 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1422632345.

(Courtesy of Artscroll)


Should I Start Dating?

Dear Dr. Chani,

Sometimes I feel like I’m crazy, but I just do not feel like I want to start dating yet. I am 20 years old and have been in college for two years. Most of my friends are either dating or married. I feel like the “odd one out,” but I’m hesitant to start dating.


Changing the Clock Change

I enjoy complaining about Daylight-Saving Time as much as the next guy, but this new law that the government is trying to pass is not the way to deal with it. Complaining about it is the way to deal with it.

I refer here to the new act—passed by the Senate and now moving on to the House—that we just


Jewish Link Memes Of The Week

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Do As I Do

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The Parsha Cuff-Link

For years now, Martin Bodek has been wearing cufflinks themed to the week’s parsha to stimulate conversation around the Shabbat table. Naturally, it begged for a wider audience, and The Jewish Link seems like a perfect home—especially in name. Every week, we’ll present the “cufflinks” and you tell us how it ties into the

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