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By Rabbi Pinchos Lipschutz  |  Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Parshas Tazria, as Metzora which follows it, deals with the halachos of a person struck by tzoraas. Though its laws are quite complex, scaring off the less learned from studying them, we are all familiar with the basic concept. A patch of skin, or clothing, or a home becomes infected with pigment changes. A kohein is called to inspect and render a decision regarding the status of the stain. If he deems it tzoraas, the offender is secluded.
By Rabbi Avrohom Birnbaum  |  Wednesday, April 22, 2015
It was Chol Hamoed Pesach in the local grocery. A distinguished member of the community was in the aisle, when a young man in his twenties barreled through with his cart, banging into the elder man’s foot. The young man pulled back his cart and went around - without saying a word! No apology. Nothing.
By Rav Yaakov Feitman  |  Wednesday, April 22, 2015
It is now known as “the madreigot hamavet - the stairway of death.” Soon after the aron bearing the holy body of Rav Shmuel Halevi Wosner zt”l was carried down its marble steps, double tragedy struck. As hundreds of well-meaning mourners attempted to give final kavod to the great author of the Shevet Halevi, two precious neshamos, Mordechai Gerber and Yitzchok Samet, were stampeded to death. Mordechai, the father of a three-year-old, and Yitzchok, a young chosson, were soon laid to rest as well.
By Tzvi Yaakovson  |  Wednesday, April 22, 2015
A Conversation with Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky.

Until that moment, Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky’s face had worn a broad smile. All at once, he took on an entirely different demeanor.
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