Saturday, September 24, 2016 Elul 21, 5776

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By Rabbi Edwin C. Goldberg
Online auction and classified advertising sites such as eBay and Craigslist are full of personal items for sale by owners who may feel anguish — and even great pain — about letting go.
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JON MARKS | JE STAFF
According to the Torah, a sefer k’ritut (“scroll of cutting off”) — referred to as a get — is required for a Jewish couple to be considered divorced.
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Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb
Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb is executive vice president emeritus of the Orthodox Union discusses Chayei Sarah.
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By Judy Lash Balint JNS.org
For the tens of thousands of youths from dysfunctional families who are cared for in residential facilities all over the Jewish state, it’s often Diaspora Jews who make the difference between having no Bar/Bat Mitzvah at all, or having a meaningful transition into Jewish responsibility.
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By Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin
Over the last decade, mitzvah projects have become decreasingly Jewish in their focus and intent. Mitzvah projects are far more likely to be focused on healing disease, or addressing environmental concerns, or raising money for disadvantaged kids.
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