Friday, April 25, 2014

Hamodia, Ami, Mishpacha magazines print this week of Parshas Kedoshim no Yated Ne'eman

Wondering why there is no Yated Neeman this week? due to the short work week with Pesach the Yated Ne'eman did not print this week of parshas Kedoshim. However despite the challenges, Hamodia, Ami, Mishpacha Magazine did go to print. They either prepared their issues ahead of time or on short notice. To be fair the magazines can afford to prepare in advance as they are more feature based, the newspapers are the ones with the challenge.
However the mega Pesach issues of all frum papers and magazines should still provide enough reading material for this shabbos too. Many did not get time over Yom tov to read the over 2000 pages of news, features and articles in the current 2014 pesach issues of various frum papers and magazines.

 Ami Magazine had over 600  with a special section- Jaccuse! by Rabbi Yitzchok Frankfurter
and Dr. Bernard Fryshman on a visit to the Lev Tahor group in Canada. Read full Ami article HERE on Lev Tahor( Blog post from Helbrans Here video response Here) The unjust persecution of a group of pious Jews, and the unsettling silence of the Jewish community. Mishpacha magazine which featured an opposing article on Lev Tahor a week earlierboasted a Pesach edition with over 550 pages. The Yated Neeman advertised over 420 pages of quality content including pesach supplement "Magid" and a interview with noted shadchan R'Yisrael "Freddie" Friedman tackling the shidduch crisis. hamodia had its usual Yom Tov spread so did Zman magazine with over 350 pages in its expanded Pesach 5774 yom tov edition.
Kuntris magazine featured Torah from Rav Shmuel Barenbaum Z'tl.

1 comment:

  1. You're right, the Jewish community has been too silent about Lev Tahor. We should be loudly condemning Helbrans and his gang of child-bride marrying, child-abusing misfits who have turned the Torah lifestyle into a cultist's dream.