Sending Girls to Seminaries and the Shidduch Crisis

7th in a Matzav.com series, By Rabbi Yitschak Rudomin MA All actions have reactions and nothing happens in a vacuum. When a girl and her parents in...

I Live in Jersey and Trump is Right: Muslims Did Celebrate On 9/11 In...

By Carmine Sabia It did happen, and I saw it. Donald Trump is telling the truth about Muslims celebrating in New Jersey on September 11, 2001. I...

A Reader Writes: A Shidduch Dilemma – Should I Continue?

Dear Editor, I have a serious shidduch quandary and since it appears that Matzav.com is the central place for shidduch-related discussions, I will present my...

The Matzav Shmoooze: Why Did You Post the Rebbetzin’s Picture?

Dear Editor, First of all, thank you for your spectacular website. On Motzoei Yom Tov, I was distressed to see the news about Rebbetzin Batsheva...

Making a Kiddush Hashem: Social Issues and Politics

By Yisroel Feldman, Novato, California Part I. At http://matzav.com/obamacare-will-kill-millions-of-babies there was reported how various political factions brought out serious concerns that the President's Health Care...

Op-Ed: Israel Has Bigger Problems – The Truth Behind the Recent Tumult in Israel

By Chagai Segal During  the eight days of Chanukah, three people were murdered in Israel and the murder of a child killed on the eve...

What Kanoim and Extremists Have Wrought: Normal Children and Dangerous Kanoim

By Rabbi Yaakov Horowitz Read this report on Arutz Sheva titled Dangerous Youth in Bnei Brak and weep. Weep for these kids who have been mislead...

Isn’t It A Little Meshugge To Say There’s A Right Way To Spell A...

By Daniel Gross Well ain't that America? We make a competition out of spelling, televised and hyped by ESPN. And it's won by an Indian-American...

Bring Back the Pride

By Rabbi Pinchos Lipschutz I recently had the distinct pleasure of spending some time with the noted and famed baal teshuvah, Rav Uri Zohar. He...

Avoiding the Issues: Defending Open Orthodoxy

By I. Schwartz In response to countless departures from normative Orthodoxy on the part of the new "Open Orthodox" movement, rabbis from across the ...