Friday, March 22, 2013

Frum papers and Magazines Pesach issue 5773/ 2013

With Yom tov and shabbos chol hamoed this year, there will be plenty of time to learn and read up on your favorite newspaper and magazines, the frum papers all came out with expanded yom tov issues. total cost  around  $23.

Hamodia  has a special yom tov edition, included places to go for Chol hamoed. Various Pesach supplements "Saga of the Marranos" from the inquisition to today. A story supplement and a supplement co- produced by project witness titled" beyond the ghetto walls" commemorating the 70th anniversary of the warsaw ghetto uprising, it was one of the last works rabbi Yosef Friedensohn Z"L was involved in and encouraged the editors to publish it. One  may ask how does it enhance the simchas Yom Tov but there is also  the mitzva of vehigaddeta Levincha says the editor we must talk to our children about the rebirth of the jewish nation. Inyan Magazine has Articles from spending Yom tov in Mt Sinai hospital with the Klausenberger Rebbe, to Chumras and Hidurim on Pesach. The main paper covers the current situiation in Eretz Yisrael with regarding the Army drafting of yeshiva Bochurim, articles from prominent Roshei Yeshiva such as Rav meshulam Dovid Soloveitchick, Rav Shmuel Auerbach. 

Yated Ne'eman has exclusive interviews with Rabbanim and Mechanchim discussing the issues of the day. Rav Eliyahu Levin on the Shidduch crisis, a shadchans take on how the publicity of the shidduch crisis is backfiring Rabbi Moshe Tuvia Lieff, on the challenge of making yiddeshkeit geshmak for us and our youth. an exclusive interview with Shas MK Aryeh Deri, and  a Visit To the Biblical zoo in Yerushalayim  included is the famous Chol hamoed guide for places to go with the family for pesach 2013.

Ami Magazine features a Mega Pesach issue for 2013  with the featuire story-an plea from the Rosh Yeshiva of Brisk rav Dovid Soloveitchik begging Klal Yisrael to unite in defense of torah learning and the yeshivos in Eretz yisrael that has come under attack. An article by Yehoshua Soudakoff, what its realy like to be Jewish and Deaf. The Ami Living has an expanded Yom tov edition too with fascinating articles, jewish cults- an inside look at the Burqua cult. Parents who adopted children discuss what its like. A Ami collection for pesach.

Mishpacha magazine came through as usual with a yom tov issue One package 8 magazines!  An interview with the Motty Herzog of the Herzog family winery known as the first family of kosher Vintners. An article from Majesty to Mystery in Boyan covering the dynasty of Ruzhin Chasidus ,the current Rebbe abbi nachum Dov Brayer leads his Chasidim with the same holiness. The feature article "on the wings of a song" an interview with Avraham Fried one of the jewish music world most poopular singers. Special Sukkos supplementsCalligraphy,- todays best fiction, Kulmus,The journal of Torah and jewish thought. Flashes in time, Moments inscribed on the jewish Heart.

Zman Magazine came out with their expanded yom tov issue over 270 pages  featuring fascinating articles from  the CIA agent who saved Israel from Nuclear destruction during the Yom Kippur war, Rulers who went mad, Disaster of the HIndenberg nnot far from Lakewood, NJ. close encounters with Venemous Kind, the man who survives 172 venemous snake bites. 
Sorry ladies I dont read Binah magazine.

KUNTRIS MAGAZINE, published its inaugural issue for Pesach 2013 price only $1. It is A Torah Magazine Published by Rabbi Raphael Fuchs. Articles by leading Poskim and Roshei Yeshiva giving you the Hashkafa and torah perspective on issues of the day. A Kushyos atzumos feature where halachic questions are asked and readers can answer or give suggestions and receive a gift certifacate for a satisfactory answer. Rabbi yisrael reisman discusses common Ribbis questions, articles by Rabbi Simcha Bunim Cohen, Rabbi Meiselman RY of Toras Moshe, Rabbi Yitzchock Laskin a talmid of Rav Shmuel Berenbaum. A timely Message by an Esteemed Mashgiach- we would be more than happy to know his name.


  1. I thought the kuntris could use some proofreading in both the English and Hebrew.