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A STIMULUS PLAN FROM OLD HALAB October 2016

By: Rabbi Yonatan Magazzinich The seven years of plenty seem far behind us as one of the worst financial crises in modern times continues to pose financial challenges to just about every American across the economic and social spectrum. Across the world, and certainly here at home, legislators have introduced “stimulus packages” cumulatively amounting to Read More »

By Rabbi Yonatan Magazzinich

JUNE 2009 October 2016

Births - Boys Rabbi Mordechai & Sarah Semah Rabbi David (DD) & Esther Elnadav Isaac & Lauren Bergman Nathan & Vivian Tawil (twins boy & girl) Rafi & Camelle Avramov Steven & Rivka Safdieh Aaron & Sarah Franco Rabbi Ezra & Vicky Cohen   Births - Girls David & Ruby Shamah Rabbi Alan & Ruthie Read More »

LAWS OF BIRKAT HAMAZON October 2016

By: Rabbi Eliyahu Tobal   1.      Obligation to Thank Gd for Food One is obligated to recite Birkat Hamazon (grace after meals) if he ate a kezayit (approximately 30 grams) of bread according to rabbinic enactment. The source for this missva is the verse in Devarim (8:10), “... and you shall eat and be satiated, Read More »

By Rabbi Eliyahu Tobal

CHAPTER 3: EZRA ACCUSED! October 2016

By: Esther Pardes “Watermelon!” Mommy called from the screen porch. The Crocs Kids all trooped outside, eager for a refreshing treat. “Daddy, when’s the farm open to the public?” asked Joey. “Tomorrow,” smiled their father. “Enjoy everything now, while it’s all yours!” “If we could have the laptop,” Ezra grumbled, “I would be enjoying myself.” Read More »

By Esther Pardes

SULIKA October 2016

By: Yehuda Azoulay   Beside the graves of all the righteous hachamim buried in Fez, Morocco is the grave of Sulika Hasadeket, a young woman who was killed by the Muslim authorities. Who is Sulika, and why did she earn an eternal resting place among the hachamim?   Around the year 1830, a Jewish family Read More »

By Yehuda Azoulay

FOOD SAFETY October 2016

By: Linda Franco   Food safety is an extremely complex topic that a Shaatra can never know enough about. Read on to discover some surprising facts about implementing the proper measures to keep your family safe from food borne illness.   Market Principles Food safety starts at the store. Keep these points in mind whenever Read More »

By Linda Franco

STEP INTO THE “STRIKE ZONE” October 2016

The second annual “Strike Zone” softball tournament is scheduled for August 9th. Strike Zone provides high quality, clean and kosher fun for participants, and all proceeds are distributed to the needy by Maoz Laevyon, a charity fund run by Congregation Ohel Simha in Deal. The tournament is an all-day affair, from 9am to 7 pm, Read More »

RABBI DUVI BENSOUSSAN JOINS YESHIVAT OR HATORAH October 2016

Rabbi Yaakov S. Marcus, Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivat Or Hatorah, proudly announced the addition of Rabbi Duvi Bensoussan to his excellent and devoted staff of teachers. Rabbi Duvi (as he is affectionately called) is the Rabbi of Beneh Har Halebanon and works very closely with the teenagers and young adults of the community. Rabbi Duvi Read More »

FREE C P R CLASS October 2016

Once again, Adam Azrak will be organizing CPR classes, certified by the American Red Cross, over the course of the summer. The classes will cover topics such as administering CPR and helping a choking victim. There will be separate classes for men and women ages 16 years and up. A full course would span two Read More »

HACHNASAT SEFER TORAH DEDICATED IN MEMORY OF MARVIN AZRAK A”H October 2016

Escorted by a large crowd of rabbis, friends and relatives, a festive procession, beginning at Mrs. Diana Azrak’s home, celebrated the dedication of a beautiful new sefer Torah on June 7th. With Avenue S closed off by police to accommodate the large crowd, the Torah, was ushered to its new home at the main shul Read More »

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