Rabbi Moshe Hauer 41 articles

Alone But Not Lonely
Jews should be feeling quite lonely these days. Antisemitism, an increasingly visible and unsettling feature of American Jewish life since the Tree of Life attack exactly five years ago, has
Oct 26, 2023
By Rabbi Moshe Hauer
Message From Rabbi Moshe Hauer
Dear Friends, I am writing to encourage all of us – shuls, schools, and individuals – to join together on the 11th of Cheshvan, this Wednesday night and Thursday, in praying
Oct 24, 2023
By Rabbi Moshe Hauer
An Erev Shabbos Message from EVP Rabbi Moshe Hauer
Dear Friends, I hope you are coping as well as you can in these trying times. I am writing to you today from Yerushalayim, where since arriving on Wednesday evening
Oct 20, 2023
By OU News
EVP Rabbi Moshe Hauer Provides an Update From Israel
Rabbi Hauer draws from his experiences in Israel and talks about some of the changes that have and have not occurred in the Israel of this moment.
Oct 19, 2023
By OU News
Praying for Peace: Statement by OU Executive Vice President Rabbi Moshe Hauer
Praying for Peace: Statement by OU Executive Vice President...
Our Sages taught, “Peace is great; discord is despised.” We are deeply shaken by the upheaval and discord that has gripped our beloved State of Israel. In recent weeks, the
Mar 28, 2023
By Rabbi Moshe Hauer
Statement from EVP Rabbi Moshe Hauer on Continued Terrorist Attacks from Huwara
Statement from EVP Rabbi Moshe Hauer on Continued Terrorist...
Mar 20, 2023
By Rabbi Moshe Hauer
A Time for Unity and Prayer
A Time for Unity and Prayer
 לך כנוס את כל היהודים  “Go and gather together all of the Jewish people.” (Megillat Esther 4:16)  Queen Esther brought on the miracle of Purim by calling upon the Jewish
Mar 2, 2023
By Rabbi Moshe Hauer
American Jewish Leaders Must Deploy Different Kind of Hyperbole on Israel
American Jewish Leaders Must Deploy Different Kind of Hyperbole...
American Jewish leaders need to deploy a different kind of hyperbole about Israel. It is time to put aside talk of the end of democracy, the onset of fascism, the
Feb 12, 2023
By Rabbi Moshe Hauer
A Right, a Privilege, and an Obligation: Relishing the Right to Vote
A Right, a Privilege, and an Obligation: Relishing the...
Twenty years ago, I was sworn in as a U.S. citizen at the War Memorial building in Baltimore. I went to the ceremony as a duty, not seeing it as
Nov 2, 2022
By Rabbi Moshe Hauer
Hasidic Schools: Who Gets To Define Success?
Hasidic Schools: Who Gets To Define Success?
“In Hasidic Enclaves, Failing Private Schools Flush with Public Money.” This New York Times headline of 9/11/22 begs the question: How do you define a failing school? That likely depends
Sep 15, 2022
By Rabbi Moshe Hauer

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