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Gaddafi is my Cousin says Elderly Jewish Woman
“His grandmother was my mother’s sister who was forced to convert to Islam.”
Breaking News: Muslim Young Man Chases Down Assailant of Jewish Orthodox Woman
He followed the assailant from the train onto a bus while calling police
Watch: An Ordinary Day in the Life of Rabbanit Kanievsky of Blessed Memory
Early in the morning, before sunrise - Rabbanit Kanievsky a"h would begin her long day with heartfelt prayers in the synagogue, continued with an abundance of kindness and mitzvot. A rare glimpse of greatness
Watch Rebbetzin Yemima Mizrachi in a special Hafrashat Challah event at Forest Hills, New York, on November 22, 2016
Sarah - The Power of the Sun
What is the secret power of a Jewish woman? Where do we get the strength to pull through all of life's challenges? In an inspiring lecture, Rebbetzin Yemima Mizrachi reveals the purpose of the trials we face in our daily lives
Rachel’s 3 Secrets - #2 - The Secret of the Shabbat Candles
What do the Shabbat candles symbolize? How can Shabbat improve a husband and wife's relationship? Rebbetzin Yemima Mizrachi shares with us one of the three secrets we learn from our Mother Rachel
Vayeira - Holy Laughter
Laughter is a serious matter and we have to know how to use it correctly
Lech Lecha - Jewels Along The Way
Which of Abraham’s challenges was harder—the first or the last? R. Yemima Mizrachi with remarkable lessons for life based on the triumph's of Abraham
Challah: Recipe, Laws, and Prayers
Challah is more than just a delicious loaf of bread. A simple how-to for the recipe of dough, what and when must you separate the "challah," and accompanying prayers.
The marriage of a Jew with a convert
Hello rabbi. I met a girl 4 years ago and since then we're friends. We were both secular at the time, so there were no particular problems, but during the past 4 years I became more observant, while she remained secular. I am a Jew and she converted to Judaism during her military service (before we met each other) but only "on paper" — I understood from her that she did not want to feel different in the country where she was living and she didn’t want future problems with her children when she married, etc. Her father is Jewish, her mother is not. In terms of her character and her qualities, she is a wonderful person as the Torah commands and even more. When it comes to interpersonal relations, she can give lectures on the subject. She has many fine qualities which her life brought her to, and I even envy and admire them. But concerning her relationship with G-d — it does not exist, she has no fear of G-d and doesn’t even believe in Him — she says she is an "atheist". We have a good relationship — we understand each other and love each other and even care more about each other than ourselves in certain ways. Recently, her sister got engaged and questions began popping up such as living together, marriage, children, etc. I "examined" her in all sorts of ways in order to see if we can bridge the belief gap between us concerning kashrut, children, observing the Shabbat — basic things that could blow up our relationship in the future. She said she would honor me, but she also said: "My children will eat what they want", "I don’t agree that my husband keeps the Shabbat and would rather we go on a trip with the kids", "my children will choose for themselves their own way." I know her statements do not sound good, but she said it in turmoil, she really tries to respect me in the things I believe are right to do. This week I broke up with her after a discussion on the above issues which was held in good spirits and were not offensive in any way, because I felt that this is it, and I am doing the right thing. But for some reason, I am also "angry" with myself and keep asking myself questions like “Who am I to decide that she is not good enough for me?”, and “maybe she is the right one for me”, in addition to my longings and thoughts about her all the time. She was so good and pleasant to everyone, that it's eating me up to suddenly close the door on such a girl. I would be happy to get some advice. I tried to give the basic background of our relationship, of course there is much more to it like in any relationship, but the bottom line is that I'm not at peace with myself.
Superwoman and the Eshet Chayil
I was just doing everything that I needed to do for my family. What could possibly be wrong with that?
Can I attend a civil marriage of a Jew to a non-Jew?
Q. Is it permitted to attend a civil wedding between a non-Jewish woman and a Jewish man?