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I Wish I Were Religious
A new young mother writes of the benefits she would have if she were religious.
A Four-Cornered “Bulletproof Vest”
One of the areas of Judaism that has sparked much interest among the nations of the world is the special dress code unique to the Jewish people. From the tallit—a magnificent eight-fringed white cloak often adorned with black stripes that a Jewish man wraps himself in every morning, to the head coverings of both men and married women, to the black leather boxes containing portions of Torah scriptures worn on the head and arm on a daily basis
A Druze Woman Who Converted to Judaism: I am a Jew, I am the Daughter of a King
S., a young Druze woman who officially joined the Jewish people, admits: "Judaism is the true religion. I converted, I know that keeping Judaism is not a game, only G-d knows what is in my heart." And she has a message for young Jewish women who fall in love with Arabs: "They want to take revenge on the Jewish people, so they go after Jewish girls. These young women will have a tragic life”
Women to know : How Rebbetzin Lori Palatnik is bringing thousands of Jews back to Judaism
If you can inspire the mother, then you’ve inspired the whole family