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(Re: Fit for a King, Issue 163) I want to let you know that I clipped last year’s round challah guide, and I used it when baking challos this week. The instructions were so clear, and the challos were so enjoyable to make! I’m also excited about your new Boro Park edition. I always used to clip your recipes and send them to my mother and sisters in Brooklyn, and now they’ll have their own. Hatzlacha and thank you! A Reader The Table of Contents can now be found on the secondto-last page.
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Mendy drove around the block looking for a parking space as the time for davening came near. Finally, desperate to make Mincha, he parked in front of someone’s empty driveway. I’m not blocking anyone, because there’s no car there, he reasoned. And Mincha doesn’t take so long. I’m sure I’ll be gone before they come home. Mendy was pleased to make his minyan and pulled his car out as soon as davening finished. He returned to work, and by the time the work day was over, he’d long forgotten about the parking issue. He was quite hungry, and as he drove home, he looked forward to sitting down to a warm meal. Finally, pulling up to his house, Mendy was horrified to find that someone had parked in front of his driveway! He looked up and down the street, searching for a parking spot on his block, but there wasn’t a single empty space to be found. Grumbling to himself, he drove away to look for parking elsewhere. How inconsiderate of that person to block my driveway! Whether it was for a minute or an hour, he reasoned, they should not have blocked me at all. It says in this week’s parsha, “Lo yih’yeh l’cha b’chischa even va’aven gedolah u’ketanah — You shall not have in your pouch two different measures, one large and one small” (Devarim 25:13). There was a time when items in a market were weighed on a two-sided balancing scale, where the weighing stone would be placed on one side, and the product would be placed on the other side. If a person
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wanted to buy a pound of flour, a one-pound stone would be placed on one side of the scale, and flour would be added to the other side until the two sides of the scale were balanced. The person would then pay the price for one pound of flour. However, a dishonest merchant might keep two measuring stones: one that truly weighed one pound, and another that was stamped as one pound, but really weighed less. The unsuspecting customer would then pay the price for a full pound of flour, but would receive less than a full pound in return because of the inaccurate measure. Thus, not only is it against the Torah to conduct business dishonestly by using an inaccurate measure; it is against the Torah to even possess an inaccurate measure. Sometimes in life we use one set of measures when deciding that it is permissible for ourselves to act in a certain way, but we use a different set of measures when judging the behavior of others. In the story above, Mendy kept two sets of measures: one for himself, by which it was fine for him to block another person’s driveway, and a second set for others, by which it was inconsiderate for another person to block his own driveway. We are all susceptible to the temptation of keeping double measures, which are also known as double standards. Whether it is how we feel or how we speak about another person, how we
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Three Sifrei Torah Welcomed in a Single Day in Monsey Area Shuls The first day of Elul took on special meaning in the Monsey area, as three community institutions welcomed new sifrei Torah within hours of each other. Yeshiva Ketana Bais Yehuda D’Chasidei Belz celebrated the completion of its new building at 710 Union Road in New Hempstead, with a noontime hachnasas sefer Torah at the home of Rabbi Chaim Schabes, mara d’asra of Congregation Knesses Yisroel. In recognition of the many months of construction that may have posed
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Ulush struggled with the window, but was unable to close it. “It’s broken.” Her hostess’s pleasant voice came from behind. The young woman turned around, slightly embarrassed at the sight of the tray that had been placed on the round table. “Just some coffee,” said Tessa Lieber as she poured milk into a cup of boiling water. “You haven’t eaten a thing since you got here.” “Thank you,” Ulush said, and tried not to inhale the odor of cows that wafted into the room together with the darkness and the cold. “But… I can’t really drink right now.” “You have to,” Tessa insisted. “You don’t plan to fast, do you? You mustn’t!” “I’m worried.” Ulush took the cup of coffee with trembling hands. “And I’m touched by your kindness, welcoming in two people who just knocked at your door with no advance notice…” “The pleasure is ours. We love having guests.” Tessa sat down on the edge of the bed. “And the fact that my husband knows
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enough, and I don’t know where he is now. But I won’t let Edo be taken away.” “I understand,” her husband said hastily. In the kitchen, on the other side of the house, their hosts were trying to be sensitive and give the couple their space. But Janek was sure that they could clearly hear them arguing and his wife now crying. “But I think you’re making a mistake, Ulush.” “Would you send him to Eretz Yisroel, Janek?” “I wasn’t talking about that. I was talking about the fact that Gustav, after all is said and done, is already a big boy.” He sighed. “You weren’t supposed to watch him more than you already did, and you mustn’t feel guilty that he disappeared.” She rubbed her eyes. “It doesn’t matter,” she said, gazing dumbly at the noodles mashed up in her plate. Had she just done that? Was she really the same person who, not that long ago, didn’t believe she would ever see noodles again? Certainly not clean ones. Or warm ones. And especially not noodles that were sprinkled with chopped walnuts. “But we must not neglect Edo.” “And what if we leave him in Bratislava, and the people from the orphanage track him down? Will that be better than if he travels with the group from Trnava?” “No,” Ulush said tightly. “But if we bring him here, it will be even better.” “Here? To this tiny room?” “You said you’d find us a house.” “B’ezras Hashem. But it might take a few days, and what will happen in the meantime?” She was quiet. “You know what?” Janek said gently. “It’s foolish to argue over this. So far the directors of the group from Trnava haven’t sent the
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Agudah offers to include any of our children. They must have enough people of their own who want certificates. So for now, Edo is in Bratislava, and we are here, and when I find us a house or a room to rent, we’ll discuss it again, all right?” Yerushalayim
“What’s doing, Miri? How’s routine after all that partying?” It was nice to meet Dena, her father’s younger sister, in the middle of Chazon Ish Street. She leaned over Shmuely’s carriage and cooed at him as he gazed at her, wideeyed. “Wait, it hasn’t yet been fourteen weeks, has it?” “Not yet.” “Good, so you’re still on maternity leave… Do you visit your mother a lot? Do you see Tzippy?” Miri rolled her eyes theatrically. “Who dares disturb a young couple?” Dena chuckled. “They need to recover, huh? What a wedding they had… A real party that was! Not to mention the Shabbos sheva brachos. Believe me, your mother deserved that relaxing Shabbos on Kibbutz Chofetz Chaim. She must have worked so hard these past few weeks. It’s not easy to marry off a daughter in just four weeks!” “Yeah.” Miri cooperated by shaking her head vigorously. “Not easy at all.” “Is it true that the couple is also getting a monthly stipend for the first year?” Dena asked, not aware that the drop in her tone lent her question a gossipy tinge. “Your father didn’t really want to talk much about this grant, so I didn’t get the whole picture.”
Ahhh. But they don’t want to talk too much about this grant with me either, Auntie dear. So I also don’t have the whole picture. Why don’t they talk to me about it? Probably so I shouldn’t be jealous. They don’t want my envy to harm my sweet, rich younger sister. But it doesn’t help any! I am jealous! “If my father doesn’t want to talk about it, then I guess you shouldn’t be asking me…” she said with a smile. “Of course, of course.” Dena retreated hastily. “So, what’s there to say? You really need special mazel to be named Tziporah Genendel and to get engaged to a boy named Peretz. I was beginning to think that it’s too bad I didn’t give my Shuli that name. After all, Tziporah was our grandmother on one side, and Genendel was the grandmother on the other side. None of my brothers or sisters thought about connecting the two names, except for your father…” “And if you would have named her that, you would also have to find her a chasan named Peretz,” Miri said, joining in the game. “Peretz isn’t such an unusual name,” Dena insisted. “I’m sure we could find one.” Suddenly she began to laugh. “Okay, I’m really too old for these ‘Let’s Pretend’ games… Hey, she lives pretty close to here, doesn’t she?” “Yes, on Nechemiah. It’s not far from here.” “But not near your house.” “Right. I live in Pardes Katz.” In a tiny, dingy apartment. “So what are you doing here now? On your way to your mother?” “No, she’s at work now. I’m going to pop in to visit my grandfather. Since my mother started working, I try to go see him twice a week in the morning.” “Good for you, devoted grand-
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WHILE I’LL BE WORKING THOSE EXTRA HOURS, MY SISTER WILL BE RESTING IN HER PRETTY HOUSE AS THAT MONTHLY STIPEND GLIDES INTO HER BANK ACCOUNT. “I hope so.” And while I’ll be working those extra hours, my sister will be resting in her pretty house as that monthly stipend glides into her bank account. And based on the amount of money that has been streaming in until now, she probably won’t be getting a measly thousand shekels a month, or even two thousand. What was it Dena had said? “You really need special mazel to be named Tziporah Genendel.” Right. Extremely special mazel. Aunt and niece parted, and two minutes later, Miri walked into the elevator in the old-age home. She hoped her grandfather would be in a good enough mood, because if he would only want to sleep like last Monday, she would just become even more frustrated. He had never been a big talker, but even as a girl she always knew that she could tell him her secrets from kindergarten or school, and ask him questions that bothered her. Whenever she spoke to him, she felt like she was getting special treatment, saved only for oldest granddaughters. The door to the room was open a bit, and Miri was taken aback to hear voices from inside. “And look at this picture, where you’re making the bracha under the chuppah. I want to frame it and hang it here in this room. It’s such a stunning picture, Zeidy, isn’t it?” Miri pushed open the door to find Tzippy sitting at the round table with their grandfather, bent over a large photo album. To be continued...
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Nevada, Kansas and South Carolina GOP Cancel Presidential Primaries BACKGROUND: The Republican parties of Nevada, Kansas and South Carolina announced that they would not be holding presidential nominating contests during the 2020 election cycle. Instead, each state will automatically award all of its delegates to President Trump. Such a move is not without precedent, as states have canceled primaries in the past to protect an incumbent president. It remains to be seen how many other states will follow suit and automatically award
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TURTLE TOPPING 1 cup chopped pecans 1 cup chocolate chips
1 cup store-bought caramel sauce
DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 350°. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Combine flour, sugar and salt. Set aside. In a pot, combine margarine, coffee and cocoa. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Pour into the prepared dry ingredients. Mix until combined. Add eggs. Mix coffee whitener with vinegar and add to bowl. Mix. Pour into the baking sheet and bake for 25–30 minutes. Remove from oven and increase temperature to 400°. 2. Place chopped pecans in pan and roast for 6 minutes. 3. Prepare the frosting: Melt margarine. Add remaining ingredients and mix until smooth. Spread over cake. 4. Top with chocolate chips and roasted pecans, and drizzle with caramel sauce.
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CAKE 14 eggs, separated
1 T. vanilla sugar
1½ cups sugar
2 cups flour, sifted
2 T. cocoa
CHOCOLATE RUM CREAM 3 T. coffee, dissolved in ½ cup hot water 1 cup sugar 1 T. cocoa
Pinch of salt
2 egg yolks
12 oz. good-quality chocolate
3 T. vanilla sugar
2 sticks margarine, at room temperature
1 T. rum
COFFEE GLAZE 1 cup confectioners’ sugar
1 T. coffee, dissolved in 3 T. hot water
DIRECTIONS 1. Prepare cake layers: Preheat oven to 350°. Line two cookie sheets. Set aside.
2. To prepare the cream, heat water/coffee, sugar, cocoa and salt in a pot until sugar is dissolved. Beat egg whites until frothy. With the mixer on, slowly add sugar and beat until stiff. Lower heat and add the chocolate. Stir until Turn mixer to low and add yolks and vanilla. almost melted. Remove from heat and stir Mix. Add flour and mix until incorporated. until smooth. Allow to cool for ten minutes. Pour half of batter into lined cookie sheet. Gently fold cocoa into remaining batter and spread evenly onto second lined cookie sheet. Bake for 18 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean. Line two additional pans with parchment paper. Sprinkle with confectioners’ sugar, flip one cake onto each one, and remove parchment paper from the top. Freeze cakes until firm. Once frozen, drizzle some rum onto the surface of each cake and quickly spread over the entire cake.
In a mixing bowl, cream margarine, egg yolks and vanilla. Combine with chocolate. Mix. Add rum. 3. To make the glaze, mix all ingredients until smooth. 4. To assemble cake, cut each cake lengthwise into three even strips. Top each cake with a thin layer of cream. Stack into two sets of three layers to create two logs. Once assembled, ice the sides with remaining cream. Place coffee glaze into a bag and snip off the end. Drizzle over cake.
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There was a gaping hole in the New York City skyline. Where once the Twin Towers dominated the scene, their grandeur the focal point of the horizon, the smoldering ruins now lent a haziness to the conglomeration of buildings. New York was bereft, the most prominent of its symbolic structures demolished. “Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shattered steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve.” President Bush’s words on 9/11 reverberated across the country, echoing the resilience of a nation chosen for destruction as “the brightest beacon for freedom and opportunity.” Because upon the shambles, the United States would rebuild.
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Ground Zero was still a disaster zone when the flick of a switch brought the first 9/11 commemoration to life. Two ethereal vertical columns of light, an effect achieved by the strategic placement of 88 searchlights, dominated the Manhattan sky from March 11, 2002, until April 14, 2002. The Tribute in Light was turned on again on September 11, 2003, and has been lit up on the anniversary of that fateful fall day since. A crew of about 30 technicians, electricians and stagehands pre-
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pare the display in the week leading up to September 11. With precision, they aim each spotlight straight at the sky â€” for the effect is ruined if even one spotlight is off by a fraction of a degree â€” while spotters in Brooklyn, Staten Island and New Jersey call in with adjustments until the display is perfect. On a clear night, this iconic symbol, which both honors the victims and celebrates the unbreakable spirit of our country, can be seen even 60 miles away.
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It was never a question that the 16-acre site that lay in ruins would be reconstructed, but that was probably the only idea unanimously agreed upon in the post-9/11 weeks. While the cleanup and search efforts were still underway, with hundreds of tons of debris being removed from Ground Zero, debate erupted as the influential powers involved were divided over what exactly the future function of the World Trade Center site should be. One early proposal was that the Twin Towers should be reconstructed at a taller height than before, a project that would be called Twin Towers II. (This plan was
strongly supported by Donald Trump, who would be sponsoring the project, and one of the many names of this proposed design was Trump Twin Towers.) Others argued that out of respect for the victims and their families, the property should not be exploited as an income-generating space, but that the entire site should serve as a memorial with spaces for reflection. On the opposite end, Larry Silverstein, the leaseholder of the World Trade Center complex, wanted to restore the 13 million square feet of “Class A” office space that was lost with the devastation of the sevenbuilding complex. A compromise was soon reached with a basic plan that would implement several elements that would take all of those factors into consideration: a memorial, a museum, as well as six new skyscrapers for commercial and retail space. The site would be split in half, with 8 acres designated for commercial space and 8 acres for commemoration and reflection. But who would be the one to decide how the space would be allocated and designed?
Just six weeks before the attack, Silverstein signed a 99-year lease for the World Trade Center after winning the bid at $3.2 billion. At that time, he also took out insurance plans from multiple insurance companies. The policies combined equaled $3.55 billion. After the attack, Silverstein claimed his insurance not once, but twice, on the basis that the two separate strikes constituted two separate occurrences within the meaning of his policy. At the end of a complicated six-year insurance battle, Silverstein walked away with $4.6 billion in claims, significantly less than the $7.1 billion he’d originally claimed, but more than the payout would be after a single occurrence.
Which person or team would be the one to give the NYC skyline a new face? Anyone with a brilliantenough plan. In November 2001, Governor Pataki and Mayor Guliani, joined by Mayor-elect Bloomberg, appointed a group of dynamic and committed leaders — in areas of business, government and community — to serve as the Board of Directors for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, the commission that would set in motion the reconstruction of the site. At first, the LMDC sent out requests to 24 Manhattan architectural firms for design proposals, then withdrew them. In July 2002, they unveiled six concepts for reconstructing the site, all incorporating the elements that were specified in the original plans.
THE PROPOSED WTC SITE MODEL FEATURING TWIN TOWERS II By Gardner Group Design architectural firm of Kenneth "Ken" Gardner, architect of the Twin Towers II
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The six original design proposals for the World Trade Center by Beyer Blinder Belle, architects and planners, which New Yorkers soundly rejected
New Yorkers were unimpressed with the sketches. So unimpressed, in fact, that in the coming days, the LMDC fielded over 5,000 complaints and suggestions via email, with the general consensus being that the design was “poor,” “boring” and “overstuffed with office space.” Another 5,000 comments enforcing the points came from participants of a Town Hall meeting organized for the purpose, and then thousands more from visitors to an exhibition of the plans. Their voices did not go unheard, and so the commision turned to the public in August 2002, extending an invitation to innovative architects and planners from around the world to compete to design the World Trade Center site. From the submissions, five finalists would be selected to join a month-long design study, after which there’d be one winner — an in-
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dividual or team — who’d be nominated as the master plan architect of One World Trade Center. Incorporating the suggestions voiced by the families of victims and the general public at large, a list of competition guidelines were set forth, detailing the elements every design submission would have to incorporate: a distinctive skyline, recognition of the original footprint of the towers, commercial and retail
space, a new street grid to connect the traffic on either side, a grand promenade, a central transit center for PATH and subway passengers, a cultural element (museum or art enclave), a memorial commemorating the victims, and open public areas of different sizes. Despite the daunting task, within a few months hundreds of submissions came pouring in from around the world. A coalition of 21
architecture, engineering, planning and design professionals, along with the LMDC commission, narrowed down the field of candidates — originally topping 2,000! — to seven semifinalists, all of whom were invited to compete to be the historical master plan architect. In December of 2002, all seven semifinalists presented their entries to the public. Have a look at their proposals.
Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, who withdrew their entry from the competition in the following weeks
Foster and Partners
Richard Meier & Partners
THINK Architecture — one of the two semifinalists, almost to have been selected as the winner
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both create a symbolic skyline addition, yet retain a marketable office tower. Libeskind’s architectural flourishes fell away, and he scored only one victory: The Freedom Tower would stand 1,776 feet tall.
AND THE WINNER! Daniel Libeskind, Polish-American architect, known for designing the Jewish Museum in Berlin, Germany, as well as other impressive structures
Libeskind’s design was packed with symbolism. The proposed building stood at 1,776 feet tall to represent the year America gained their independence, and the tall, asymmetrical spire detached from the main building to echo the raised torch of the Statue of Liberty. But, wait. One World Trade Center doesn’t even resemble this design... Because both Gov. Pataki’s original name — Freedom Tower — and Libeskind’s original design would be tampered with before the project would come to fruition. In fact, by the time Libeskind was announced the winner of
the design competition, Larry Silverstein, who as leaseholder owned the right to hire the architect, had already commissioned David Childs from Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (the designers of the Willis Tower and the Burj Khalifa) to carry out his more commercial vision. What followed were months of debate and design tweaks to Libeskind’s plan as the team tried to find a middle ground that would
THE COMPETITIONS didn’t end there. In April 2003, The Word Trade Center Site Memorial Competition was launched. As an open competition, anyone from across the world was invited to submit their design for a memorial to remember and honor victims of the 2001 and 1993 attacks, in accordance to the specifications of Daniel Libeskind. A selection jury was announced — it included artists, architects, family members of victims, as well as politicians and a member of the Rockefeller family, the influencers behind the original Twin Towers. The wheels started churning in the greatest design minds, and even in those of amateur artists, and the contest garnered a huge response: 5,201 entries from 63 nations and 49 out of the 50 states, making it the largest design competition in history. The entries are all still available for viewing.
Photo by Allan Tannenbaum / Archive Photos / Getty Images From left to right, NY Governor Pataki, Daniel Libeskind, NYC Mayor Bloomberg, Developer Larry Silverstein and David Childs stand around the 2003 proposed model for the Freedom Tower. This model is significantly altered from Libeskind’s original vision, but more changes would still come.
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The winner, Reflecting Absence, was revealed on January 14, 2004. In the words of the jury of the competition, “In its powerful, yet simple articulation of the footprints of the Twin Towers, Reflecting Absence has made the voids left by the destruction the primary symbols of our loss. It is a memorial that expresses both the incalculable loss of life and its consoling renewal, a place where all of us come together to remember from generation to generation.” By 2009, the name was officially changed from Freedom Tower, since potential renters were afraid to sign a contract in a politically named building. One World Trade Center proved to be a lot more renter-friendly. Currently, the asking price for rent ranges from $72 to $85 per rentable square foot. That means that the smallest office (4,719 square feet) now for rent at the lowest price ($72 per square foot), has an asking rent of $28,314 per month, or $339,768 per year. One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the United States and in the entire Western Hemisphere, and is the sixth-tallest building in the world. Its height, including its spire, is 1,776 feet. The observatory deck begins at 1,362 feet, the former height of the south tower, and the glass parapet extends to 1,368 feet, the former height of the north tower. One World Trade Center has a cubic base. Its edges form eight isosceles triangles. Near its middle, the tower forms a perfect octagon. Today, the Manhattan skyline once again has a focal point. One World Trade Center gracefully soars up into the sky, the sun reflecting off the angled sides of this symbol of remembrance, reflection — and renewal.
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9/11: Is there a date from recent history more seared into the American conscience than this? For New Yorkers, especially, 9/11 brings back the haunting memory of the World Trade Center collapse, a moment in time that redefined every American’s relationship with their country. While Taliban adherents rejoiced as the Twin Towers crumpled into a burning heap of downed humanity and twisted metal, citizens steeled their resolve: Terror would not prevail. As one, New York citizens surged forward to locate, evacuate and treat victims of the attack. Part and parcel of the search-andrescue mission were many Jewish first responders. “My father was there when the first tower fell,” Chaim Mandel tells me when we speak. His father, the renowned Flatbush Hatzolah paramedic Reb Beinish Mandel, a”h, had rushed to Manhattan as soon as he’d heard that a plane had hit the north tower. “He was across the street when the first tower fell and was saved when he jumped into a fire truck.”
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The clouds of smoke and debris enveloped everything, obscuring vision and making breathing difficult. “At first, they couldn’t even see that the tower fell.” And then disaster struck again, only 29 minutes later. “When the second tower fell, my father was part of a pile of people who jumped onto one another, saving each other with their own bodies.” With the intentional downing of the Twin Towers, the United States devolved into a state of emergency, and citizens near and far wrung their hands in distress, praying for positive outcomes in the fate of loved ones. On the streets of Manhattan, however, chaos reigned; hand-wringing was a luxury one could ill afford. Covered in soot, breathing through clothing as makeshift filters, and cut off from the world, those who had been in the immediate vicinity at the time of the attacks sought nothing more than escape. But with the city on
Hatzolah member Beinish Mandel, aâ€?h, at Ground Zero assisting in rescue efforts
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lockdown, public transportation was immobilized, and the only way out was on foot. It would be hours before many were able to contact their families, and months before the area would return to it’s new “normal” — both the people and the land forever changed by an unforgivable act of terror. In the weeks following the attack, Ground Zero continued to swarm with volunteers, first searching for the still-living buried beneath the rubble, and later retrieving the remains of those who didn’t make it. Search-and-rescue dogs wandered endlessly upon the piles made of broken buildings and broken bodies, sniffing for the scent of human beings. Their nostrils, eyes and paw pads needed frequent washing to rid them of the thick dust that coated everything. The humans fared little better. Despite federal regulations requiring recovery workers to be outfitted with respirators, few carried them and only some wore them. At that point, the local populace had little concern for the quality of the air, having been reassured by Mayor Giuliani, "The air is safe, as far as we can tell, with respect to chemical and biological agents." Not much later, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Christine Todd Whitman, announced in a press release,
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THE VICTIM COMPENSATION FUND 9/11-related illnesses take many forms, though cancer is one of the most deadly. It is estimated that at least 40,000 people who were in Manhattan near the World Trade Center at the time of the attack or in the weeks following suffer from a 9/11-related illness. To this end, the Victim Compensation Fund was established to provide funding for healthcare expenses and compensation for sufferers. More than $7 billion was initially paid to families of the 9/11 victims and the nearly 3,000 people who were injured that fateful day, but it wasn’t until 2011 that the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act was passed, enabling first responders and other survivors of the terror attack to seek funding for their damaged health. The fund was to be discontinued in December of 2020, but President Trump signed a law in July of this year that authorizes the fund to continue functioning through 2092.
“We are very encouraged that the results from our monitoring of air quality and drinking water conditions in both New York and near the Pentagon show that the public in these areas is not being exposed to excessive levels of asbestos or other harmful substances." But with more than 1.5 million tons of debris removed from Ground Zero during the cleanup operation, the truth was actually far grimmer than had been relayed to the public. Most of the dust was made of pulverized concrete, but building materials such as glass were found to be in high concentration as well. Additionally, noxious jet fuel, burnt plastic and chemicals used in the buildings contributed to the air quality and dust composition. Importantly, the first 40 floors of the Twin Towers had been constructed with steel beams that had been sprayed with asbestos-laden fireproofing material before regulations were tightened regarding its use. The truth was that breathing the air was far from safe... “It was Chol Hamoed Pesach 2006 when my father began to feel unwell. The first symptom was pain in his back. Being a highly skilled paramedic, he knew when it was time to see a doctor,” Chaim Mandel tells me. He describes the vast network of medical professionals Reb Beinish had been in contact with, the result of 35 years’ worth of involvement with Hatzolah. With his effervescent personality, the paramedic had established close relationships with many doctors. “It’s hard for a son to put into words how special his father was,” Mr. Mandel says. “He was a very, very special man. When he gave shalom aleichem, it
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THE SMOKE FROM THE TWIN TOWERS WAS ABLE TO BE SEEN FROM SPACE.
was always with two hands. He made people feel cared for.” Beinish Mandel made an impression wherever he went. He was the type of person who embodied what it meant to fulfill the dictum of sever panim yaffos. As his son tells me, “Someone in shul encapsulated it very well, saying, ‘Beinish is not just a name; it’s a middah!’” For this reason, community members, the gedolim who’d call him for health-related issues, and physicians all trusted his skill and felt uplifted by his positivity. So when Reb Beinish needed medical help himself, he found that doors opened wide. “My father’s friend was the Chief of Radiology at Peninsula General Hospital in Far Rockaway, and he was able to get him in for an MRI right away. The scan revealed that there were tumors in his back, in his spine.” The diagnosis was lymphoma, courtesy of 9/11. Reb Beinish Mandel had spent three weeks at Ground Zero, assisting recovery efforts together with his close friend Shlomo Zackheim, founder of Metropol-
itan Ambulance and fellow Hatzolah paramedic. Like many other 9/11 rescue personnel, Reb Zackheim, a”h, also succumbed to a dread disease, though his diagnosis came later than, and his passing before, Reb Beinish’s. They were both a young 59 when niftar. To date, nearly 10,000 people have been diagnosed with a 9/11-linked cancer. “When my father first received his diagnosis, his reaction was, ‘Now I’ll be able to help people even better, knowing what they’re actually going through.’ He took the diagnosis as a siman that the Ribono Shel Olam was telling him that he needed to really feel the tza’ar of others to be able to help them at the highest level.’” Reb Beinish spent his entire life not only saving others, but uplifting them as well. “He was always busy being m’chazek others with illness, specifically those with cancer. He’d accompany them to treatments to calm their fear. That’s just who was. Even when he was shvach, he’d still speak to people on the phone, encouraging them, infusing them with
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faith and helping them avoid depression.” Reb Beinish made it part of his life’s mission to prevent depression from overwhelming both himself and others. Chaim Mandel tells me about a dear friend of his who’d also been diagnosed with cancer. “My father planned to visit him in Baltimore, saying that he couldn’t guarantee how long my friend’s life span would be, but one thing he could guarantee was that my friend wouldn’t die of depression on his watch! “My father was a wonderful friend to many, and people would confide in him,” Mr. Mandel tells me. “And he was tight-lipped, too. Whatever someone told him remained in him.” To illustrate this fact, Mr. Mandel tells me of a letter his mother received during the shivah. “The letter-writer wrote about all the many ways my father helped her, but it was how she signed the letter that was most notable. She wrote, ‘I’m not even going to sign my name because only Hashem, my doctor and your husband even knew that I am sick.’” For ten and a half years, Reb Beinish battled with cancers; first he fought lymphoma, and then growths in the G.I. tract. As part of his hishtadlus, he traveled the world over to consult with the top physicians,
leaving no stone unturned. His own network of physicians entwined with that of his dear friend’s, the famed Rabbi Firer of Ezra LeMarpeh in Eretz Yisroel. “He sought out the best, and though there are many good doctors, he chose a ben Torah as his physician, the oncologist Michael Bashevkin. While he had many options, he wanted someone who was both skilled and had yiras Shamayim.” During the decade-long illness, Beinish Mandel viewed every day as a gift, maintaining that he was supposed to have been dead twice over. “My father’s hashkafah was that he was supposed to die on 9/11, not once, but twice, with the falling of each tower. But because of the chesed he’d done in the past, and the chesed he’d do in the future, he felt he was gifted extra years.” The truth is, though, that it is we, as a community, who were gifted those extra years of having such a special person in our midst. And even now that he has fallen, he continues to uplift. We can all learn something from the way Reb Beinish Mandel devoted his life to others, and in some way, we can all take upon ourselves to be just a bit like Beinish. Dedicated in memory of Reb Beinish Mandel, a"h, and all volunteers who risked life and limb in the rescue and recovery efforts of 9/11.
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Many of us have grown up with the images of September 11 ingrained in our minds. Only a passing mention of that fateful day reminds us of the horrific scenes, and the feeling of our hearts pounding in fear at the thought of yet another devastating attack. Yet from the horror of that day, another idea emerged. While the world mainly focused on the acts of terror, there were also loving messages to be gleaned — because Hashem’s guiding Hand is everywhere, even in scenes of utter destruction and terror. Along with the dreadful events of 9/11 came stories of great miracles. There are so many people who should have been — or actually were — at the site and were miraculously saved. Some of the amazing accounts are well-known: people who were saved because of a missed bus, a delayed train, a child feeling unwell, and so on. Then there were Hatzolah members who survived because they decided to set up their command posts outside the building instead of in the lobby of the second tower, as other ambulance crews had. For one Hatzolah member, a different miracle was revealed when
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he emerged unscathed from an ambulance he had ducked into as the tower fell, while the ambulance next to it was completely crushed. What may have looked like coincidence, or even inconvenience, brought about enormous miracles. Below are three more stories illustrating Hashem’s chesed even within these dark moments. ARI SCHONBRUN was an executive at Cantor Fitzgerald, a financial services company that occupied the top five floors in Tower One. Sadly, the firm lost 658 of its 960 employees in the 9/11 attack. When the tower was hit, Ari was on the 78th floor instead of at his desk due to a 20-minute delay at home. He had promised to help his son with a Scholastic book order sale, and his decision to take care of it that morning led to the first miracle of his survival. But it didn’t stop there. Still inside Tower One, Ari met a coworker who was badly injured with third degree burns and needed his assistance to climb down the 78 flights to safety. When they reached the ground, Ari sought medical assistance for his injured coworker and wanted to reenter the tower to find more of his colleagues. His coworker, however, adamantly refused to let him go, instructing the paramedics not to leave unless he’d accompany them in the ambulance. Reluctantly, Ari agreed. A short while later, the building collapsed. Ari was saved twice on that day, and in the months that followed, he made a point to internalize the miracles instead of letting them merely slip by. Before the attack, his main focus in life had been his job. Now, he explained, his focus shifted to his family and to strengthening his faith in Hashem. While Ari’s story is widely known, there are many other miraculous occurrences not yet shared with the public. MIRAM ENGEL* worked for a company located several blocks from the Twin Towers. At the time, Miriam would often bring to work kosher baked goods and groceries from Brooklyn for her boss, who was slowly adapting to a religious lifestyle. On the morning of September 11, Miriam arrived in Manhattan carrying not only heavy bags of kosher food, but also passports that needed to be renewed, as she and her husband were planning to travel to Eretz Yisroel. Before heading to her office, she stopped at a nearby post office to take care of the passports.
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There she was told that if she wanted on-the-spot service, she was better off renewing them at the World Trade Center post office. After contemplating her options, Miriam decided that since she was carrying heavy bags — and since her husband was scheduled to be in Manhattan that afternoon, and he’d be able to take care of the passport renewals — she would go straight to her office. It was when she was finally settling down in her office that Miriam was startled by a thunderous crash — the sound of a plane ramming into a building. She soon learned that Tower One had been attacked. Looking back, she marvels over the fact that the purpose of those bags of kosher food was only to save her life. ANOTHER AMAZING STORY was told by Rabbi Yehuda Kravitz, who was the head of kashrus at the OU at the time of the attacks. His office was located a few blocks away from the Twin Towers, and when Tower One collapsed, he was walking from the train to his office. “It was a total blackness,” he says. “The city was covered with thick layers of ash. You could not even see your hand in front of you.” In the suffocating dark, he heard people calling out for help. He had no idea where he was going, but he called out to them to follow his voice. Suddenly, Rabbi Kravitz reached a door. Whispering the words “Ein od milvado,” he banged on the door until someone opened it. The door turned out to lead to the basement of a bank. After the group entered, Rabbi Kravitz asked the employee who’d opened the door what he’d been doing in the basement. The man told him that while he’d been evacuating the higher floors, he’d had a sudden feeling that someone was in the basement and decided to go check out the space. It was at that moment that he’d heard the banging, just in time to provide them with shelter. The miracles woven into the tragic events of September 11 were clearly sparks of chesed — the Hand of Hashem saving His children amid horrific circumstances. Because even in the hardest of times, He is always there — guiding, helping and running His world in a way that is ultimately for our best.
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The Skyscraper Story In an entirely new architectural concept, William Jenney created a structure with metal frames during the late 1880s — and the phenomenon of high-rise buildings was born! The invention of the elevator helped this new model take off. The first high-rise tower was the Home Insurance Building in Chicago, built in 1885. The greatest concentration of early skyscrapers was found in Chicago and New York City. Skyscrapers were originally designed for commercial use, but with population explosions in urban areas, the concept was soon applied to residential housing as well.
The World’s 10 Tallest Skyscrapers
A skyscraper is classified as a high-rise building with at least 40 floors and a height of at least 492 feet or taller. Some also consider buildings with a minimum height of 262 feet skyscrapers, providing that they stand out above surrounding structures and impact the skyline.
1. Burj Khalifa Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 2716.5 feet, 828 meters 2. Shanghai Tower Shanghai, China, 2070 feet, 632 meters 3. Makkah Clock Tower Mecca, Saudi Arabia, 1972 feet, 601 meters 4. Ping An Finance Centre Shenzhen, China, 1970 feet, 599 meters 5. Lotte World Tower Seoul, South Korea, 1820 feet, 555 meters 6. One World Trade Center New York City, United States, 1790 feet, 541.3 meters 7. CTF Finance Center Guangzhou, China, 1740 feet, 530 meters 8. China Zun Beijing, China, 1730 feet, 527.7 meters 9. Taipei 101 Taipei, Taiwan, 1670 feet, 508 meters 10. Shanghai World Financial Center Shanghai, China, 1610 feet, 492 meters
Claim to Fame First skyscraper:
First building to reach the half-kilometer mark in height:
Home Insurance Building, Chicago
Taipei 101, Taipei, Taiwan
World’s tallest building for the longest period:
Global city with the most skyscrapers:
Empire State Building, New York City
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Building with the most floors (163 floors):
European city with the most skyscrapers:
Burj Khalifa, Dubai
Buildings with the deepest foundations:
U.S. city with the most skyscrapers:
Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
New York City
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Recreation September 3 is National Skyscraper Day! Some people celebrate the architectural geniuses behind these tall towers by climbing (or taking the elevators) to the top. The Vertical World Circuit hosts international races up the staircases inside some of the world’s tallest skyscrapers. “Buildering” is the term used for the dangerous activity of climbing the exterior of buildings. People are more commonly sighted buildering at night, as it often involves trespassing.
Fascinating Facts The Intempo skyscraper in Benidorm, Spain, is a residential high-rise with 47 floors and no elevators. The Empire State Building was built in 410 days. It takes 37 seconds to travel from the 5th floor to the 89th floor in the ultra-quick elevators of Taipei 101. There are 2,909 stairs in the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. This means a climb to the top would take approximately 97 hours!
Ready, Set, Go! The Race Is On… Soon after the first skyscrapers were designed, there was a scramble to grace the skyline with the tallest building. Tall buildings symbolize strength, superiority and modernity — the primary reasons for the chase.
The Chrysler Building in Midtown Manhattan and the Manhattan Trust Bank Building at 40 Wall Street were under construction simultaneously. Very aware of the skyscraper going up nearby, the architect of the Chrysler Building announced that his building would rise 925 feet high, prompting the builders of the 40 Wall Street building to adjust their plans, raising their peak to 927 feet high. Then, in a surprise move, the engineers at the Chrysler Building raised a spire they had secretly constructed within the dome, just as the 40 Wall Street building was completed. This brought the total height to 1,046 feet, which marked it as the world’s tallest building.
The title didn’t last long, however. Just eleven months later, it was superseded by the Empire State Building.
Built in 1931, the Empire State Building was the tallest building in the world for close to 40 years. The first World Trade Center tower seized the title in 1970.
More recently, the global race to reach greater heights intensified in a second wave of competition. Since 2000, skyscraper construction increased by more than 400 percent!
Ironically, despite being the first to start the competition, today New York City lags behind in the global race to the sky.
Slated for completion in 2020, the Kingdom Tower in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, is expected to be the world’s tallest building at 3,304 feet high.
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15. To question or inquire (something many did after 9/11)
Mommy, he ate all his vegetables! He's gotta be sick!
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Mommy, ate all his vegetables. He be was in a state of 1. A tallhebuilding 17. must New York sick! _________ 3. Animals used to find buried 9/11 victims DOWN 4. To use a plane or helicop1. SAR stands for this ter to transport a patient 2. The active state of going go 7. Term for the sport of climbup, up, up using one’s body ing buildings 3. The world’s tallest building 9. They struck ___ in our is located here hearts 5. Tools first responders 12. The people who saved used to communicate others will always be remembered as this 6. This skyscraper duo was knocked down 13. Victims were buried ____ the rubble 8. The site of the NY 9/11 attacks 14. A type of emotional crying 10. A tall building 11. Another name for debris 12. The towers fell into a disastrous _____
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BOGGLE WINNERâ€™S LIST 4-LETTER WORDS alit awry beet dawg fang fogy form gory gyro kilt
kite lite live meet mega meme mete norm pong salt
sang silt site skit slit teem visa vite wage
The following are some of the ineligible words found:
5-LETTER WORDS alive angry fangy porgy
skive slang wrong
6-LETTER WORDS beeway langur
guda Klan langor Norway rudy
alvite angor beem evite formy
slite slive tisk twee tweeb
Vega vila weern weev
8-LETTER WORDS language
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אדע זֶ עט ֶענְ ְד ִליְך וִ וי ֵאיינֶ ער אס ֶ ַאמ ָּב ַ עטער ִאין ִדי ְ ַאר ֶּב ֶ יערֶ :דער ְ קּור ְצן פּון ְפ ִר ֶ ִאין ְ אדעק. עדיגְ ןֵ .לייּב ִאיז גֶ עגַ אנְ גֶ ען ִמיט וְ ַול ֶ קּומט צּו ֶׁש ִ ְ
יׁשט צּו זֶ עה זִ יְך נִ ְ אר ִל ְירןֵ ,לייּב. ַפ ְ ַהא ַהא ַהא. גּוטע ַאזַ א ֶ ַאק ְציֶ עִ ...איְך ְ ייּבן אֹויפ ֵה ְ ְ וֶ ועל עלעְך, לּומ ֶ ִדי ְּב ֶ ימנִ ים, ַמיינֶ ע ִס ָ אּון ֵלייּב וֶ ועט לֹוירן! אר ְ ייּבן ַפ ְ ְּב ַל ְ
יׁשט ֵלייּב ָהאט נִ ְ אֹויסזִ ְיכט ְ ֵקיין ׁשּום עפן ִדי צּו ְט ֶר ְ ִר ְיכ ִטיגֶ ע וֶ ועג צּוריקְּ ,בלֹויז ִ ִאיְך ִמיט ַמיין ימן פּון ְקלּוגֶ ע ִס ָ לּומען ,וֵ וייס ִדי ְּב ֶ ּפּונְ ְק ְט ִליְך וואּו צּו גֵ יין.
אטׁש ְצוֵ ויי ֶטעג ,אּון ַאדּור ְכגֵ יין ָכ ְ ְ עפן ֵלייּב וֶ ועט ִּביז ֶמען וֶ ועט ְט ֶר ְ עסט אּון ִאיְך וֶ ועל זִ ינְ גֶ ען אר ֶמ ְ קּומען ִדי ַפ ְ אר ֶ ערוַ וייל וֶ ועט ָפ ְ ֶד ְ אחא... אח ַ אח ַ ארט! ַח ַ ָד ְ
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Classifieds FOR SALE CAR FOR SALE Car for sale Chevy Impala 2006 89,000 miles, top condition. 845-461-3084 SIENNA 2016 Toyota Sienna 2016 Limited 4X4, Top of the line with all the options, mint conditon without any problem $19,900 347-2783225 FOR SALE Beautiful silvercross single/ double carriage for sale. Barely used. If interested please call 929-287-1268 from: leah brull telephone number: 9292871268 email address: brullfiscel@gmail. Com VAN FOR SALE 2007 Town and Country . 188K . $1950 negotiable pls call 845-263-0221 lve msg FOR SALE 9x9 three wall wood sukkah, 2 wood look bookcases. Call: 845-213-8031 BUGABOO STROLLERS Bugaboo Fox- Aluminum/ Blue Mélange fabric $850. Donkey 2- Black with 2 seats $1300. Bee 5 Navy $650. Buffalo- all black used $400. Black with khaki hood used $350. Yoyo $375 Yoyo 0+Bassinet $100. Peg PeregoYSPI $550 Booklet $425. Please call 323-804-7438.
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CONDO FOR SALE 2 Bdrm/1 Bath condo investment for sale in Blueberry Hill Condominium pls call 954-695-5525
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COMING SOON: TEA FOR TWO, BY REBBETZIN ROCHEL LUBIN An evening of inspiration and pure pleasure to get some “must haves” for your marriage, your home, and yourself. Program A: ;בואי כלהFor kallahs & mothers | Program B: a joint journey; For married women. For more information please call or text 848.234.9857 or 845.709.5751, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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HELP WANTED Busy office looking for a motivated full time female employee . Graduates are welcome. Please email your resume to: monseyhiring5@ gmail.com HELP WANTED Local Monsey girlâ€™s office looking to establish customer retention team. Flexible hours. Send resume to email@example.com NOW HIRING! Fast paced Medical Recruitment firm looking for energetic people to join our team! Must be willing to learn computers, be VERY comfortable on the phone, and be able to multitask. Real potential to earn a six figure income. Flexible hours. Transportation provided both ways. Please e-mail resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org JOB AVAILABLE Full time secretarial position available. Knowledge in Quickbooks and Excel. Centrally located in Monsey. Email resume to jobavail30@ gmail.com SECRETARY POSITION available at local yeshiva. Good computer and phone skills a must. Well paid. Please email resume to secretary.job.10952@gmail. com.
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ASSISTANTS WANTED Seeking dynamic talented yiddishspeaking assistants. great atmosphere. Please email resume to girlsschoolmonsey@gmail. com or call 474-2424 to receive a staff application. SPECIAL NEEDS Girl/woman needed to train 20 yr high functioning girl at/after work. exp nec. email@example.com HELP WANTED looking for individual with excellent phone and writing skills, with great potential to grow, must be sharp, quick learning, and able to handle challenges; perfect opportunity for right individual: fax your info to 8457906420 or email firstname.lastname@example.org SHADOW WANTED Looking for an energetic girl to assist a 9th grade handicapped girl in a mainstream classroom, 12:15-4:15. If interested Please call 845 659-7415. SONRISE WORKER Looking for a female sonrise part time worker to work with a special needs child. experience preferred, training provided. Email resume to reinhorn093@ gmail.com or call (845) 8212275
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Contents A HERO IN THE MIDST OF HORROR
FREE ISSUE 215 SEPTEMBER 11, 2019
פרשת כי תצא י”א אלול תשע”ט
Remembering Hatzolah member Beinish Mandel, a”h
AS THE DUST SETTLED
CLASSY CAKES 3 beautiful cakes to grace your table
Lives were changed forever when the Twin Towers tumbled
IN THE MERIT OF THE MITZVAH Miraculous stories of surviving 9/11
SKYSCRAPERS THE FOUNDATIONS OF FREEDOM From sketched submissions to a symbolic structure
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