NCSY’s Rabbi Jacob Bernstein spoke with Nachum Segal about JUMP 2019.
Rebbetzin Judi Steinig talks with Nachum Segal about the upcoming Orthodox Union’s Seventh International Jewish Community Home & Job Relocation Fair, being held on Sunday, November 24 at the Metropolitan Pavilion at 125 West 18th Street in Manhattan from 12-6 p.m.
Thanks to her humble beginnings on Barbie rollerblades, Orthodox Jewish Aliza Hiller is defying stereotypes as an ice hockey player in a competitive women’s league. As a kid, she actively played basketball, softball, and floor hockey, but competitive ice hockey was not an obvious passion, rather she says, “I grew to love it.” Hiller was
As you are no doubt aware, several of our communities in Florida are in the crosshairs of a potentially devastating storm. Though Hurricane Dorian has yet to make landfall the forecast is unfortunately not looking promising. Over the past few days many of our Jewish brethren in Florida have evacuated or are in the midst
Five years ago, IDF 2nd Lt. Hadar Goldin was abducted by Hamas and was tragically killed in the ensuing firefight as IDF forces tried to rescue him. Since then, Leah and Simcha Goldin, Hadar’s parents, have tried desperately to secure the return of the remains of their son so that he might have a proper
JNS.org has the remarkable story of a number of teens who participated in NCSY Hatzalah Rescue this past summer. The program trains the next generation of responders by teaching them, among other things, CPR and hemorrhage control. Read about a couple of experiences where the teens, serving on ambulance crews, directly helped bring patients back
Jenna Beltser speaks to Nachum Segal about the successes from last year’s inaugural OU Impact Accelerator cohort and the launch of cohort II — applications, due Sep 5. Learn more about the OU Impact Accelerator.
OU President Moishe Bane Previews Torah NY 2019 – to be held on Sunday, September 22 at Citi Field. To register, please visit ou.org/torahny.
The Beth Din of America, widely regarded as one of the leading Jewish religious courts in North America, has launched a first-in-the-nation blog dedicated to explaining Rabbinical Court process and decisions. Jewishprudence will focus on providing information to attorneys and legal professionals regarding Jewish law and Beth Din jurisprudence. The blog will feature discussions of