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▪ Coerced Get Redux
▪ Ultra-Orthodox Rabbis Raise $1.5 M for Massive ‘Jews Against the Internet’ Rally At Citi Field
▪ Going the Distance
▪ On Revealing Private Facebook Messages
▪ The Greatest Challenge Facing The Orthodox Jewish Community
▪ When Handling Precious Scrolls, Torah Lifters Pray for Successful Hoist
▪ Medical marijuana and Jewish law
▪ Can political campaigns be ethical?
▪ Sitting Shiva for Spot?
▪ Birthright ‘baby boomers’ head to Israel
▪ ‘Second Stage’ For Startups
▪ Facebook Won’t Be Used to Publicize This Rally
▪ The Titanic: A Spiritual Response
▪ R Asher Meir: My Idol!
▪ SALT Friday
▪ High Court Validates Rabbi Druckman’s Giyur
▪ An Obesity Problem In The Orthodox Community?
▪ B. Shemesh residents hang flags after city refuses
▪ Digital God?
▪ Conviction in Abuse Case Is Overturned
▪ Agudath Israel Opposes Brooklyn Prosecutors’ Refusal to Identify
▪ Hadassah Won’t Reveal Details of Probe
▪ Why Live Here?
▪ Independence Day
▪ In switch, groups peer over wall of separation
▪ Expand Tax Breaks for Jewish Schools
▪ SALT Thursday
▪ Re Jewish Astrology Today
▪ Let Students Evaluate Their Jewish Education
▪ Haredim block state inspectors in Beit Shemesh
▪ Lessons From a Kosher Butcher
▪ Israel Slower To Welcome Converts
▪ Back From Heaven
▪ The 3,500th+ Yom Ha’atzmauth
▪ Haredi newspaper blasts ‘Suckers’ Tent’
▪ SALT Wednesday
▪ Jewish Astrology Today
▪ Ptcha Faces Extinction in America
▪ The Facebook Challenge
▪ Facebook: Don’t Blame the Medium
▪ The Practice of Musar
▪ Y Finkelman: A Room of Their Own
▪ Orthodox Abuse Suspects Get Exemption
▪ Court seeks clarification on Egged ads’ exclusion of women
▪ IDF rejects request for earplugs
▪ Gender reassigned – which side of the mechitzah?
▪ Y Finkelman: Men of the Minyan
▪ SALT Tuesday
▪ Jewish Survey: Mormons, Muslims much more popular than Evangelicals
▪ Tel Aviv seeks permission to operate more Shabbat buses
▪ Hamas Chief on ‘Noble’ Women Rabbis
▪ Religious streams join in appeal to release Pollard
▪ Haredim foresee growing employment rates
▪ Aliyah? Fuggedaboudit
▪ Chabad Spokesman Dismisses Christianity Allegations
▪ SALT Monday
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