Newsletter Issue #1 – October 29th, 2011

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Without any further ado, here goes our first one…

It’s about time that Chabad-Lubavitch and Modern Orthodox Communities teach each other and exchange ideas, lifestyles and philosophies so one can spread its outlooks to another nation, also the memorial for the 14 jewish chaplains who serve during WWII was finally unveiled in a unique occasion.

Meanwhile the New York health department reported cases on a increase in measles cases in brooklyn with six cases of childhood measles spreading among its residents.  Turkey finally accepted Israel’s aid to its earthquake victims two days after the tremor hit. Turks have been asking for mobile homes to be sent in devasted areas.

Need something to entertain your kids? Polymer clay miniature food craft is a great way to keep them busy. Also see how wearing one’s yarmulke create stares from people to someone who wears one everyday. Plus tips and proper etiquette when seeing someone else in a mikvah.

Happy reading!!

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