yated[Communicated Content] Yated Ne’eman has just released its expanded Sukkos Edition 5776 packed with quality reading content for the entire family.

At $2, Yated Ne’eman remains the biggest bargain in Jewish publishing, and the latest edition is, once again, chock full of features that will entertain, inspire and uplift one’s entire family.

This special Yom Tov package of almost 500 pages includes a glossy magazine, titled “The Peg,” containing a collection of new fiction stories from bestselling writers. One will also find an expanded Chol Hamoed Guide, an insert covering Dirshu’s visit to the Chofetz Chaim kever, the Yated Magazine, and a special features supplement.

Some of the features in the not-to-be-missed Yated Sukkos Edition are:

  • Carrying the Legacy of Slabodka

An Exclusive Interview with the Slabodka Rosh Yeshiva, Rav Moshe Hillel Hirsch

  • The Man Behind the Name and the Shitah

An Interview with Rabbi Hertz Frankel, Long-Time English Principal of the Satmar School System

  • The Abuse Problem That We Can Easily Solve

An Interview with Rabbi Shammai Blobstein, Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshiva Tiferes Bachurim of Monsey

  • A Year of Miracles

Rabbi Eitan Mualmi Speaks About His Miraculous Salvation Following the Har Nof Massacre

  • The Will to Live

An Exclusive Account of Mr. Ben Hiller’s Heroism and Resilience 70 Years Ago

  • Mr. Rosenberger’s Visit

When the Yated’s Correspondent Welcomed the Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives to an Empty Knesset building

  • Where Do You Find A Liver?

Yitzchok Pinkesz’s Life-Giving Gift to Leba Katz

  • From the Farm to the Esrog Store

An Interview with Rabbi Yaakov Shlomo Rothberg and Farmer John Kirkpatrick of Esrogei Rothberg M’California

  • The Last Stop for Struggling Parents of Challenging Teens

An Interview with Mrs. Devorah Weiss of Edison

  • The Rolling Rabbi’s Rebbetzin

An Interview with Mrs. Shaindel Simes of Ottowa

  • Oregon Court Scrutinizes Rebbetzin’s Role in Landmark Case

Testing the Moral Courage of Two Kollel wives 

  • The Radiance of Kedushah

The Arab owner of the gas station was friendly, and when he heard about the Berkowitzes’ plight, he leapt into action 

  • The Power of a Yiddisher Neshomah to Break Through its Prison

Musings of Reb Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin 

  • A Walk Down Memory Lane

A Visit with Mrs. Chana Tabak

And of course, the Yom Tov edition has all your weekly favorites: Editor’s View, Bashevkin, Chinuch Roundtable, Shidduch Forum, Noted and Quoted, Food for Thought…

 And much, much more….

Be sure to pick up your copy at your local store and….enjoy!



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  1. When you start publishing frum womens photos I will be happy to buy your newspaper. There is nothing pritzig about a womens face. If it were, a wrong would have to cover her face in public.

  2. #1. What in the world are you talking about???
    Let me hear what more kosher newspaper you bring in to your home??
    Or you so frum that you only bring in iPhones etc. in, but a torah hashkafic newspaper you can’t fargon?!
    Come on, be realistic

  3. Such silly comments about such a nice paper. It’s mamesh a chillul Hashem to make fun of such a kidush Hashem. Worth the price of the paper just to read about the dirshu trip. Such achdus. Moiridik.

  4. The Sukka is a Kodeshdika place. One should NOT bring ANY “newspapers” in, regardless of who the owner or publisher is or how reasonable the price is. My Rov does not allow us to read any of the so called “yiddisha” papers on any Shabbos or Yom Tov. He holds its Zizul Shabbos R”L.

  5. to comment 7 just out of curiosity where do you live ? and im really not sure how a rov of a kehilla could tell you not to bring the yated into your house !! what would he rather you read ? if it would have his picture in there than he would let