Friday, March 12, 2010

Weekly Links

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


  • SALT today: link
  • Bar-Ilan University launches Jewish education journal: link
  • Englewood group, synagogue settle dispute: link
  • Female rabbis find field still not level: link
  • R. Eli Shulman (YU rosh yeshiva): Whats Wrong With Giving Women Semicha: link (audio)
  • In Dispute Over Using ‘Rabba,’ Supporters Find Reason for Optimism: link
  • Yeshiva University holds cholent contest: link
Previous days' linksThursday
  • SALT today: link
  • Rabbi Avi Weiss backs off 'Rabba' title 'for sake of peace': link
  • Should he be the last Chief Rabbi? (chalilah ve-chas!): link
  • Latest issue of Jewish Action: link
  • R. Steven Pruzansky: The Rise of Orthopraxy: link
  • A literary tribute to Rabbi Dr. Bernard Lander: link
  • Agudath Israel Commends RCA Leaders For ‘Forthright & Principled Words’: link
  • Yeshiva University celebrates Chag HaSemicha: link
  • SALT today: link
  • Women in Jewish life: no turning back: link
  • Ban on lox story made up by the media: link
  • More from Agudath Israel on the RCA and R. Avi Weiss: link
  • R. Aharon Lichtenstein writes a negative review of R. Aharon Feldman's latest book: link
  • Amid furor, Weiss backs away from ‘rabba’ title for women: link
  • OU Kitniyot Kosher for Passover Supervision: link
  • SALT today: link
  • Reform rabbis suggest interfaith couple blessingslink
  • Ancient Cairo synagogue reopened: link
  • Nefesh B’Nefesh to stage ‘mega’ events in 8 US cities: link
  • David Greenfield condemns negative attack: link
  • SALT today: link
  • Weiss will not ordain Orthodox female rabbis: link
  • NY Times on eruvin and snow: link
  • Controversial bill to permit local rabbis to perform conversions: link
  • Jewish papal knight in Long Island: link
  • OU gets ready for Pesach with annual website: link
  • Jewish group declares lox unkosher because of parasite, causes uproar: link
  • Special 'Pollard Haggadah' issued (I'm waiting for the haggadah dedicated to the three kids who allegedly smuggled drugs into Japan): link

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