Friday, January 22, 2010

Weekly Links

Rules: link (Note that this post will move every day until the end of the week)


  • SALT today: link
  • Hold the presses: newspapers are competing for Orthodox readers: link
  • Renewing the siddur: link
  • Prediction that Mashiach will come this year (mark your calendars to see if it comes true): link
  • R. Asher Meir on ethics and tax policy: link
  • New issue of Hakirah: link 1, link 2
  • R. Natan Slifkin's upcoming NY lecture tour: link
  • How we hacked the JC hacker: link
  • David Greenfield receives backing of Brooklyn Conservative Party in City Council bid: link

Previous days' linksThursday
  • SALT today: link
  • Orthodox forum hosts program on sexual abuse: link
  • R. Yair Hoffman on Mondrowitz case: link
  • Cold shoulders and cheeseburgers: link
  • A message to parents of coed college-bound students: link
  • Rabbinic text or call to terror?: link
  • Tefillin causes plane diversion: link

  • SALT today: link
  • Chief Rabbi's prayer for Haiti: link
  • New Israel Fund encourages haredi feminist uprising against gender segregation: link
  • R. Shlomo Brody on metitzah be-feh: link
  • SALT today: link
  • New article on homosexuality by four senior YU roshei yeshiva: link
  • Shas joins World Zionist Congress: link
  • R. Shlomo Riskin and R. Eugene Korn: A time to act for Catholic-Jewish reconciliation: link
  • Deafening silence over EJF scandal: link
  • Hesder protestors thrown out of army, Hesder: link
  • SALT today: link
  • OU Haiti Earthquake Disaster Fund: link
  • Rav Soloveitchik and Sarah Palin: link
  • Music hechsher: link
  • Charity money stolen from R. Aharon Shteinman: link
  • Newton's original apple anecdote on web: link
  • Mishpacha Magazine is soliciting submissions for the buzzwords of 2009 in the frum world: link
  • Itim (R. Seth Farber) to take the Chief Rabbinate to court over conversion annulments: link
  • R. Chaim Kanievsky (reportedly) significantly limits the use of organs in transplants: link
  • More on the Israel gap year: link
  • And a dissent on the gap year: link

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