Category Archives: Orthodoxy

Orthodox Judaism Is The Last Stand Of Implicit White Identity

Everything that gets you banned from social media, you can talk about in Orthodox Judaism. I’ve yet to find a topic that I couldn’t talk about with an Orthodox rabbi. I’ve been able to discuss productively Biblical criticism, Kevin MacDonald, … Continue reading

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Orthodox Jews & Bob Grant

Marc B. Shapiro blogs: “I actually know of one gadol who used to listen to the Bob Grant show at home.” Comments: “A very reliable and exact friend of mine accompanied Meir Kahana to a live radio interview with Grant. … Continue reading

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How LA’s Orthodox Jews averted the worst of the pandemic

From the Forward, May 4, 2020: According to Yossi Manela, director of Chevra Kadisha Mortuary, only three Orthodox Jews with Covid-19 on their death certificate — all men, average age 75 years old — had passed through his funeral home. … Continue reading

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Forward: Defying the governor but heeding the President, a Los Angeles synagogue opens its doors

About 99% of synagogues in California remain closed. Louis Keene writes: Mere hours after President Donald Trump called on governors to open places of worship, calling the institutions “essential,” one Los Angeles congregation pounced on the opportunity. In defiance of … Continue reading

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How does a Jew atone for apostasy?

Marc B. Shapiro blogs: * Since I just mentioned R. Hayyim Eleazar Shapira, let me mention something else he says that is fascinating. In the past two posts I discussed apostate rabbis. It is bad enough when an average person … Continue reading

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