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A While Ago,
I heard an incredibly disheartening story about a man with an elderly neighbor in failing health.  He knew that she had almost no food, no access to medical care and no relatives at all.

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Building On A Solid Past To Create A Vibrant Future, Agudath Israel Of California Celebrates Inaugural Dinner

More than 225 people turned out on September 8th in support of Agudath Israel of California at a gala dinner at the Sheraton Universal Hotel. With a theme of “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” the dinner highlighted Agudath Israel of California’s 33 year history of community service and also offered a glimpse of the future with the upcoming launch of Camp Agudah West, opening in the summer of 2020 on a 180 acre campus in Big Bear Lake, California.

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U.S. Department Of Education Features Jewish Day School Student At Annual School Leadership Conferenc

Each September, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Non-Public School Education (ONPE) hosts its National Private School Leadership Conference at the Department’s DC headquarters. The conference draws private school leaders from across the country, including national and state representatives of private school coalitions and faith-based groups, who come together to discuss issues of relevance to private schools and the wide communities they serve.

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Israeli Rav Reunites Chareidi Parents With Their Secular Children: ”You Never Throw A Child Out Of The House”

“You never throw a child out of the house, it’s strictly forbidden,” Rabbi Motti Kornfeld told Ynet in a recent report.

Rabbi Kornfeld, an American-born Chareidi Rav in Israel who has dedicated himself to assist Chareidi families whose children have chosen another path in life, isn’t simply mouthing these words – he’s lived them.

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YES! We WILL Do It!

A While Ago,
I heard an incredibly disheartening story about a man with an elderly neighbor in failing health.  He knew that she had almost no food, no access to medical care and no relatives at all.

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We all know the power of the forbidden fruit, as Shlomo Hamelech says: “Stolen waters are sweet”… 

Hashem has brought the “Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil” back today.

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Small Businesses Increasingly A Target For Cybercriminals

While small and mid-sized businesses are increasingly targets for cybercriminals, companies are struggling to devote enough resources to protect their technology from attack.

That’s one of the findings of an annual survey of companies released by the Poneman Institute, which researches data protection, and Keeper Security, a manufacturer of password protection software.

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YES! We WILL Do It!

A While Ago,
I heard an incredibly disheartening story about a man with an elderly neighbor in failing health.  He knew that she had almost no food, no access to medical care and no relatives at all.

Read more on Yeshiva World News

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