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Frum Jewish Books magazine, Pesach 2015 #books #jewish #bookreviews

Frum Jewish Books magazine, Pesach 2015 #books #jewish #bookreviews

Pesach 2016 issue of Frum Jewish Books magazine #Jewish #books #reviews #literature

Pesach 2016 issue of Frum Jewish Books magazine #Jewish #books #reviews #literature

Frum fashionista: New magazine targets sophisticated palette of Orthodox Jewish women — JNS.org

Frum fashionista: New magazine targets sophisticated palette of Orthodox Jewish women

Frum fashionista: New magazine targets sophisticated palette of Orthodox Jewish women — JNS.org

How Ex-Frum Memoirs Became New York Publishing’s Hottest New Trend – Tablet Magazine

How Ex-Frum Memoirs Became New York Publishing’s Hottest New Trend – Tablet Magazine

Hadar Magazine: Fashion with a Modest Twist for Orthodox Jewish Women

Hadar Magazine: Fashion with a Modest Twist for Orthodox Jewish Women

Unlike most Jewish publications, Mishpacha weekly magazine has a strong web presence. Granted, nothing can replace the print versions of their family of magazines, so both web and print are worth the time. My kids will re-read fopies untilnnothing is left but a stack of glossy pages.

Unlike most Jewish publications, Mishpacha weekly magazine has a strong web presence. Granted, nothing can replace the print versions of their family of magazines, so both web and print are worth the time. My kids will re-read fopies untilnnothing is left but a stack of glossy pages.

Meet the Alt-Rock Hasidic Women of the Band Bulletproof Stockings – Tablet Magazine These ladies aren't gay, but they're Jewish and totally amazing.

Meet the Alt-Rock Hasidic Women of the Band Bulletproof Stockings – Tablet Magazine These ladies aren't gay, but they're Jewish and totally amazing.

“As a Jew of color, you’re this mythical creature that supposedly doesn’t exist.” - Gulienne Rollins-Rison

“As a Jew of color, you’re this mythical creature that supposedly doesn’t exist.” - Gulienne Rollins-Rison

What a sight to see!  Rabbi Israel Meir HaCohen Kagan is commonly known as the “Chafetz Chaim,” the name of his famous work on guarding one’s tongue. He was born in Zhetel, Poland on February 6, 1838. As his reputation grew, students from all over Europe flocked to him and by 1869 his house became known as the Radin Yeshiva. The Chafetz Chaim published twenty one books. His first work, Sefer Chafetz Chaim (1873), is the first attempt to organize and clarify the laws regarding Lashon Hara.

What a sight to see! Rabbi Israel Meir HaCohen Kagan is commonly known as the “Chafetz Chaim,” the name of his famous work on guarding one’s tongue. He was born in Zhetel, Poland on February 6, 1838. As his reputation grew, students from all over Europe flocked to him and by 1869 his house became known as the Radin Yeshiva. The Chafetz Chaim published twenty one books. His first work, Sefer Chafetz Chaim (1873), is the first attempt to organize and clarify the laws regarding Lashon Hara.

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