Friday, February 12, 2010

Weekly Links

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


  • SALT today: link
  • Opposition to permission for Quebec yeshivas to teach secular studies on Sunday: link
  • OU visits Satmar: link
  • R. Seth Farber blames inaccessible system for fall in conversions: link
  • Proposal: Chief Rabbis can continue for a second term: link
  • London Beth Din rejects rabbis call for end to conversion: link
  • Elections for Jerusalem Chief Rabbi delayed: link
  • A lonely Jew at Catholic school: link
  • The Moishe House phenomenon: link
Previous days' linksThursday
  • SALT today: link
  • Mayor Bloomberg backs David Greenfield: link
  • Apparent lies spread about Rubashkin's prison situation: link (DISPUTED: link)
  • Frum mumps epidemic: link
  • More on R. Bernard Lander: I, II
  • Shas excommunicates Israeli Yated Neeman: link
  • Charedi website relaunched: link
  • At the South Pole, the Sabbath is welcome even when the sun shines: link
  • AKO establishing Liquor Committee to confront changing kashrus status: link
  • Is Rav Elyashiv the final authority for dayanim? (Hebrew): link
  • SALT today: link
  • Leading Monsey rabbonim convene on Tropper issue: link
  • Rabbis in training receive lessons in real-life traumas: link
  • Gutnick challenges yeshiva leadership over 'Yechi' sign: link
  • Conservative synagogue in Arad set on fire: link
  • Being gay in the Israeli army: link
  • The end of Intelligent Design?: link
  • Chabad’s presence making big waves In Oceanside: link
  • SALT today: link
  • Petira of Rabbi Dr. Bernard Lander; Founder & President of Touro College (funeral today at 11am): link
  • Fla. justices refuse to halt execution next week: link
  • Archbishop of Canterbury to challenge infighting over gays and women bishops: link
  • R. Yitzchok Adlerstein on R. Dr. Bernard Lander: link
  • Lazar refuses to debate Greenfield: link
  • SALT today: link
  • The debate over the NY Times Jerusalem bureau chief: I, II
  • A diverse new wave of kosher in Teaneck: link
  • Survey evaluates changing Jewish community in Rochester area: link
  • R. Shmuel Hain on the middle path of women's communal leadership: link
  • Anglican church struggling over the ordination of women: link
  • Anglo-Israeli religious women to discuss 'kosher' use of social media: link
  • New genetic research indicates Jewish priesthood has multiple lineages: link

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