Coronavirus

Honor the Dead by Staying Home

Among the many trying challenges we face in these dire times is the sorrow of disconnection from one another, added to the deeper one of personal loss, as we accompany…

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Court Rejects Petition Against Bnei Brak Closure

The High Court early Wednesday rejected petitions against the government decision to impose a closure on Bnei Brak. The court said that it saw no reason to intervene in a…

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Supplies4Lives – Saving Lives, Through Supplies

“There is a sense of urgency and desperation; we are literally saving life. Our responders need these supplies NOW.” This was the heartfelt plea of Mr. Yechiel Swissa, a Lakewood…

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BD’E — Rabbi Yosef Bokczyn, Z”l

We are saddened to report the passing of Rabbi Yosef Bokczyn, z”l, who was niftar Tuesday morning at the age of 73. Rabbi Bokczyn was a talmid chacham muflag, a…

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Israel Face Mask Advisory to Become Mandatory

Israel’s recommendation to wear face masks will become compulsory as of Sunday, following a new Health Ministry directive approved by the government. Under the new rules, masks must be worn…

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Israelis Jam Roads to Beat Travel Ban

Israelis made a rush nationwide to the roadways on Tuesday in an effort to reach their Pesach destinations before a three-day ban on intercity travel goes into effect at 7…

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We Are Orphans, Without a Father

“Until what age can a child, who lost a parent, be called ‘an orphan’? The answer is, as long as he still needs his father.” This is the way Harav…

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Spain Reports Rise in Daily Virus Cases, Deaths

Spain is recording again a rise of daily coronavirus infections and deaths for the first time in five days, a result consistent with previous Tuesdays when a weekend backlog of…

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