Friday, March 26, 2010

Weekly Links

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


  • SALT today: link
  • The Demise of Jewish Newark: link
  • Rav Schachter: Teach the Poshut P’shat: link
  • R. Yair Hoffman: Selling your chametz through cyberspace: a halachic analysis: link
  • U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor threatened partly because he is Jewish: link
  • Niche camps hope to draw more young Jews: link
  • R. Avi Shafran on women leaders without feminism: link
  • SALT today: link
  • David Greenfield's win - was it frustration with Jewish institutional leadership?: link
  • Archeologists dig up controversy in Jerusalem: link
  • Catholics interrupt rabbi at Notre Dame Cathedral: link
  • Bartons Returns for Pesach: link
  • Lost segment of Jerusalem Talmud unearthed in Geneva: link
  • Thoroughly modern matzah: link
  • Haggadah reviews: I, II, III
  • SALT today: link
  • David Greenfield achieves easy victory after intense City Council race:
  • The Yeshiva World celebrates Greenfield's victory: link
  • 2nd Yeshiva student in Japan receives six years: link
  • Last day of Barak's ultimatum to Yeshivat Har Brachah students: link
  • The 2010 Facebook Haggadah: link
  • NY Post reviews matzah bakeries for taste: link
  • 1918 obituary for R. Chaim Soloveitchik by an American Reform rabbi, including a description of his personal meeting with Reb Chaim: link
  • SALT today: link
  • David Greenfield announces plan to ensure that children are safe in schools (require fingerprint criminal background checks): link
  • Brooklyn yeshivas abandon Joe Lazar over his support of teachers unions: link
  • Kashrut demands get stricter every year: link
  • Kosher Coke is once again here for Passover: link
  • New "Pesah Reader" with a collection of articles: link
  • YU Pesach to Go: link
  • SALT today: link
  • Bloomberg campaigns with David Greenfield in Boro Park: link
  • NY Times: In fight for influence, special council election in Brooklyn is filled with intensity: link
  • Rabbis: Cellular internet must be filtered: link
  • Kosher scooters help Jews keep faith: link

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