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FREE ISSUE #80 DECEMBER 28, 2016

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WHAT THEY DID And why you shouldn’t do it

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The Chanukah parties you featured were breathtaking. I looked through them several times, taking in all the details and making note of the recipes and decor ideas I wanted to try. I couldn’t wait until Chanukah to try out the beef soup. When my kids licked their bowls clean and my husband asked for a second helping, I knew I was onto something special here. It was every bit as divine as I expected, and then some. I also tried your assortment of fish bites, your fruity intermezzo, and the garlic potato mash (which I made dairy, with milk instead of soy milk). Each recipe was a winner and tasted as good as it looked in your magazine pages. A Homemaker That Appreciates the Seasonal Menu Shake-up

REALLY LOVELY... AND REALLY NOT MY REALITY! I have been both fascinated and a little intimidated by the Chanukah party plans printed over the last two weeks in the Monsey View. They have both been beautiful and stylish, but I confess that the Chanukah get-together at my house will look nothing like either one of those. To everyone out there who will be serving their guests veal chops on a table adorned with a fur runner and mirrored chargers, I salute you. And to those of you who go for a casual chic affair with artfully placed mini purple calla lilies in stainless steel pitchers and an intermezzo of fruit smoothies in matching pint-sized carafe topped with donuts, I offer my sincerest admiration. To those of you who like me, have no intention of renting chairs or tablecloths, who ran to buy Chanukah-themed paper plates and festive disposable tablecloths, and who will be serving plain old latkes with a simple menu that will never be photogenic enough to grace a magazine page, I say kol hakavod to you as well. Whether your style is casual chic, truly elegant, down-to-earth, basic or kid friendly, plan a Chanukah party that works best for you and your family so that you can enjoy a stress-free and wonderful gettogether with the people who matter most. Sandy Eller

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The aesthetic, lingual and culinary talent displayed in your “Let’s Celebrate” Chanukah party feature left me hungry for more. I was so pleased to see in the following issue another winning party, with fare that was every bit as tantalizing, classy and attractive. Thank you for the Chanukah treat! Miriam D.

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Firstly, I’d like to commend you on your magazine. It features a great combination of Torah thoughts, community issues and news, entertainment, ads, fun for the children, recipes etc. I have enjoyed your magazine since its inception and was looking forward to more of the same. Sadly, in Issue 78 I was sorely disappointed. As you know, Chanukah is our yom tov of light over darkness, koach Hatorah over Greek Hellenism. Regretfully, the culture of the outside world has seeped into our community. Chanukah gelt turned into Chanukah presents, and family get-


togethers turned into lavish affairs. For the most part, unfortunately, we have become immune to it, and even joined, everyone to a different degree, but to have a full issue of The Monsey View devoted to gifting really hurt. On Chanukah, our main focus is thanking Hashem for the nissim He did for us and highlighting the difference between us and the surrounding cultures — not the similarities. I hope you accept this letter in the spirit which it was intended — to foster awareness. Sincerely, F.S.

YOUR VOICE RE: ONE CHANCE AT CHILDHOOD Dear Concerned Mother and Grandmother, I was a mother of young kids not so long ago and am B”H a grandmother and great-grandmother. I wish to take issue with your aching heart when you see young mothers dropping off children at babysitters while they go to work. I must say your premise is totally wrong. What happened to the care we gave our kids, is that times have changed with the introduction of kollelim. Years ago, husbands and wives went to work the day after sheva brachos to earn a living, pay our bills and help out our parents. Today it’s an olam hufoch. Parents are working two jobs to help out married children. Women are up half the night with babies and sick children, get up early to prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner for the family and get the kids out in time for their buses. Then, after a quick cup of coffee, they walk (run) with a cranky, medicated baby to the babysitter in zero- or 100-degree weather, and off to work they go! The young men get out of bed leisurely, take their warm cars to shul, come back home to a prepared breakfast or pick something up at the cafe

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while socializing with their friends, and then are off to kollel, where in about three hours there is a 1-2 hour lunch break and mincha. (There are exceptions, of course.) Today’s mothers must go to work just for the necessities, i.e., rent that has gone through the roof, tuition that has increased 300% over the years, and yes, even clothing, shoes and food. I happen at times to be a babysitting Bubby, but most of my friends are still working to support their families and grandchildren, so no, there are no relatives to babysit, contrary to your ideas. Good luck trying to find a babysitter in your home. My husband happens to be the greatest talmid chochom in the neighborhood, even though he went to work and provided for his family; he always woke up at dawn for his shiur and davening. Correct me please if I’m wrong, but I distinctly remember learning that it’s a father’s obligation to teach his son Torah, a profession and swimming. The men also signed a very ancient contract by way of kesubah stating that a man must provide for his family, including quite a bit of extras for Shabbos and yom tov! I saw nothing in there about the women having to go out to work, or the parents, for that matter. When a friend of mine, as a young wife and mother, boasted to an elderly rebbetzin about her working so her husband can learn all day, the rebbetzin replied, “Kinder, dos ken nisht zein gut,” (that can’t work), when a well-rested husband comes home in the evening to an overworked, exhausted, sleep-deprived woman. So dear mother, grandmother; today’s young women have no choice, and in most cases it is not what they want to do, but what they must. The system is broken. Don’t blame the victims. This Aching-hearted Mother, Grandmother and Great-grandmother

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Dear Parents and Rebbeim, Please teach your children and students that snow is muktzeh, especially boys between the ages seven and twelve. The Shabbos it snowed my husband came out of shul to find three snowmen that hadn’t been there earlier. The year before in our old neighborhood I saw boys playing with the snow on Shabbos afternoon. These were boys from a yeshiva and cheder that should have taught this.

IT’S THE THOUGHT THAT COUNTS Dear Gift-Giver/Receiver, I’m just like you. I enjoying giving the perfect gift which will hopefully be appreciated by the recipient. As a mommy, bubby, wife and teacher (among the many other hats I wear) I also enjoy receiving gifts. But I would absolutely hate to receive a gift if I had even the tiniest inkling that the gift-giver was skimping on life’s necessities like laundry detergent, gas or breakfast cereal. Gifts can take many forms and definitely do not have to involve a major monetary burden on the giver, especially during this Chanukah gift-giving season. There are more alternatives with which to express your appreciation of a person than can possibly be listed here, but here are some options: home-baked goodies attractively arranged on a decorative plate or in a container with a bit of tissue paper, a lovely note written attractively on nice stationery, flower arrangements that can be bought very cheaply l’kavod Shabbos, a chocolate bar... and the list goes on. Please whoever is gifting me: If you need the money slotted for me for life’s necessities, I hereby gift it back to you. Another Gift-Giver/Receiver

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a look at all the food available and make your choices. Once you have finished eating, throw out your plate and move away from the food. Don’t go back for doubles! A few things to consider when filling your plate: • Your best options at parties are proteins and vegetables. However, be aware that if the protein is breaded or battered it is probably fried, which makes it one of the worst options rather than the best. • Salads can be very tricky too. While vegetables are great, salads at parties are usually loaded with fats, nuts, croutons, craisins, seeds and fruits. Just as with battered and fried proteins, salads that are loaded with extras turn a seemingly excellent choice into a dieting disaster. • Bagels have the equivalent calories and carbohydrates of 4-6 slices of bread! This is not a good option, but if you feel you must have a bagel, choose whole wheat, and have half. • Two common foods at milchig Chanukah parties are lasagna and eggplant parmesan. If choosing between the two, lasagne is a better choice than eggplant parmesean even though eggplant sounds

THE BALANCING BOCHUR: Sruli Englander* Height: 5'8 | Starting weight: 180 pounds Current weight: 172 pounds | Weight lost this week: .5 pounds I had fried schnitzel two nights last week. I figured I would count the breading on the chicken as my starch, and the oil as my fat. But when I got to my weigh in, I saw that I really didn’t lose much weight even though the rest of my week was perfect. My nutrition counselor explained to me that the amount of oil that gets soaked up when food is fried is much more than the small amount of fat I should be having at a meal. I guess no fried foods for now except my planned Chanukah doughnut!

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healthier. This is because the eggplant is very spongy and is usually fried, so it soaks up hundreds of extra calories and fat. • Baked goods such as cookies and cakes are a source of weight gain for many people. In fact, the week leading up to Chanukah was very challenging for many of our clients because of baking that was being done in preparation for Chanukah parties. As a bochur, it is very likely that these treats will end up on your plate! Keep in mind that baked goods are usually high in sugar, fats and calories, and have very low nutritional value. Choose wisely and sparingly! Because Chanukah is eight days long, you are likely to have several parties throughout the chag. So if you know in advance that the food at a particular party isn’t expected to be special, you may be better off eating beforehand, depending on the timing of the party. And remember, there is more to every party than the food. Schmooze, dance, sing, play games and you may even forget that you are surrounded by tempting food! Basya Kovacs is a nutrition counselor at Nutrition by Tanya and is the manager of the Monsey location. Nutrition by Tanya offers personalized and practical weight management and nutrition counseling for children, men, and women. Nutrition by Tanya has locations in Boro Park, Flatbush, Williamsburg, Monsey, and Lakewood. The office can be reached at 844-Tanya-Diet or info@nutritionbytanya.com. You can also visit nutritionbytanya.com for more info, inspiring success stories, and photos.

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LONGTIME MONSEY landmark “FountainView” is a vibrant, upscale retirement community which offers the highest standards of living in a warm, heimishe atmosphere. New programs include Agra D’Pirka shiurim, pool, spa and fitness center — and a beautifully redecorated, elegant dining room. FountainView is a gracious, comfortable and stimulating place which Zeidy and Bubby will gladly call home. The Monsey View caught up with Rabbi Seplowitz, beloved Rav of the FountainView five-star retirement community.

HI RABBI SEPLOWITZ. HOW MANY YEARS HAVE YOU SERVED AS RABBI AT FOUNTAINVIEW? I’ve been here for eighteen years, Baruch Hashem, touching the lives of so many Monsey residents.

WOW, THAT’S QUITE A WHILE! WHAT MAKES FOUNTAINVIEW SUCH A SOUGHT-AFTER RETIREMENT COMMUNITY?

WHAT KINDS OF ACTIVITIES AND PROGRAMMING DOES FOUNTAINVIEW OFFER RESIDENTS? Professional staff oversee the various activities that are a vibrant and vital part of life at FountainView. Our Pool, Spa and Fitness Center is a new and highly-popular addition, offering swimming and aquatic therapies. Walking paths through the community’s luscious gardens and exercise gym equipment with in-house trainers are other ways that everyone here keeps moving! Residents enjoy entertain-

ment and classes daily. Trips to major attractions with our concierge shuttle service are a weekly highlight.

FOOD IS AN IMPORTANT ASPECT OF ELDER CARE. WHAT CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT THE FOOD AT FOUNTAINVIEW? Our meals are served with an emphasis on taste, quality and presentation. Recently FountainView contracted with Flik Lifestyles, whose high-quality expertise is a gold standard at residences around the tri-state area. Resident council members meet with the dietary department regularly to get involved with menu choices and ensure that the food continues to fulfill and surpass all residents’ expectations.

I UNDERSTAND THAT YOU ARE THE RAV HAMACHSHIR AT FOUNTAINVIEW. Our philosophy is to encourage CAN YOU DESCRIBE independence while making our THE KASHRUS STANhigh standard of services and DARDS YOU MAINTAIN?

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Our philosophy is to encourage independence while making our high standard of services and amenities available. Several residents continue to drive their own cars, for FountainView gives people the opportunity to maintain the lifestyle they had at home. In that regard, I would emphasize the importance of our thrice-daily minyan. No elderly person should have to worry

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about the weather or the distance or getting a ride to shul. And if someone needs a reminder, or a little help getting to minyan, we are there to help with that too. FountainView, with its private, spacious residences, provides more opportunities and options for Monsey’s seniors.

We have a highlytrained team of mashgichim. FountainView uses only chalav yisroel, pas yisroel and chasidishe shechita. Pesach is kept to the highest standards, and all food is nongebrokts.

WHAT ELSE DOES YOUR ROLE AT FOUNTAINVIEW INVOLVE? As well as being the Rav Hamachshir, I also serve as the chaplain, visiting residents and assisting them in any way I can. I give shiurim and classes on various


levels. I am the Rav of the shul, which involves drashos and halachic guidance, and keeping the minyanim going. I’ll gladly do whatever it takes to please our residents. One Shabbos there was a blizzard, and we were short of wait staff. After shul and kiddush, I went into the dining room and I helped serve the meal. The residents are like family and anything I can do to accommodate them is my kavod.

CAN YOU DESCRIBE SHABBOS AND YOM TOV IN THE RESIDENCE?

to help one of our residents take his tefillin off. Local children decorate our Sukkah, conduct Chanukah programs and perform a Purim shpiel for residents. Shabbos and yom tov bring families as well as yeshiva students and Bais Yaakov girls to visit, and of course the Agra D’Pirka program has become an important local attraction.

The residents are like family and anything I can do to accommodate them is my kavod.

Shabbos and yom tov are really special here. The atmosphere is calm, Shabbos’dig and homey. There are guest apartments, so residents are able to host their families for Shabbos — a very valuable opportunity for them to entertain. Kiddush and seudos take place in our newly decorated dining room, with a heimishe ruach, and after the seudah I give a 45-minute Torah talk on the parshah. Many residents come to shul, of course, and local Bais Yaakov and yeshiva kids come and go, visiting the residents.

RABBI SEPLOWITZ, CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT SOME OF THE SPECIAL MOMENTS WHICH OCCUR AT FOUNTAINVIEW? One very heartwarming aspect of life at FountainView is the genuine concern that our residents have

for each other. If someone doesn’t show up at dinner, his fellow residents will go to the front desk to make sure that their neighbor is okay. They knock on each other’s doors to check on them and they will wait for each other to go in to lunch together or to join in a game. We have residents from several different communities and backgrounds, and they share great camaraderie and mutual respect.

HOW DOES THE COMMUNITY GET INVOLVED AT FOUNTAINVIEW? We have a mutually close relationship with the local community. Our shul attracts many people for the daily minyanim and as a place to sit and learn. Just this morning, a young chasidishe bochur was here for Shacharis, and even before he removed his own tefillin he went over

YES, WE’VE ALL HEARD GREAT THINGS ABOUT THE AGRA D’PIRKA MORNING KOLLEL IN FOUNTAINVIEW. CAN YOU FILL US IN?

Agra D’Pirka is a popular learning program which has met with tremendous success in Brooklyn, Queens, Lakewood and Miami. FountainView is thrilled to have brought it to Monsey. The first shiur, given from 9:30 to 10:30 after a light breakfast, is an in-depth Gemara shiur delivered by Rav Yehoshua Grunfeld. The second is delivered by top-of-the-range visiting maggidei shiur, such as Rav Matis Stern, Rav Pinchos Jung, Rav Dovid Margareten, Rav Liron Rogovsky, Rav Bentzion Bamberger, Rav Yitzchok Lichtenstein and Rav Avrohom Neuberger. The program is open to everyone — balebatim and retirees alongside FountainView residents. It’s always nice to see new faces, so if you are considering your retirement options or simply want to experience our shiurim or meet fascinating golden-agers, the FountainView community will be glad to welcome you!

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receiver’s gain. And also, Gella was planning something grand. For today, Malka’la was going along with it. She just didn’t know what it was, exactly. Had she had a choice, she would have asked a few questions, shared her response, shaped the event in a way that would work for her. But she’d long ago given this thing up to the Aibishter. She’d long ago told Him: You take it from here. He did. He gave it to Gella. And

What was speaking? It was just being honest. It was communicating what was in her, to the people around her. to-somethings. She walked around, aimlessly looking. She couldn’t afford the things sold here; they weren’t even on her wish list. If she had a say about the sum of money Gella was ready to spend on her clothing now, she’d allocate it to her ticket. But this she had learned: A gift is received, not negotiated, because it is a symbol of the other person’s goodwill, not be exploited for the

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Malka’la was willing to go along as an observer. And as a speaker. When Gella approached her, trepidation in her shoulders, and excused herself a million times before bringing forth the main question, Malka’la had simply said, “Yes.” What was speaking? It was just being honest. It was communicating what was in her, to the people around her. It was a simple act of

faith, the next right action in this informative learning curve called America. Why not? But Gella wasn’t convinced. “You’ll talk proudly. And smoothly. And make it sound like there’s great need. But not like you care too much, you know? Like it hurts but you’re not getting shattered. You don’t want to come across as needy.” And then Gella had caught herself and covered her mouth and said, “I’m sorry. This is coming out wrong. I’m just nervous. I hope the party comes off good.” “Gella.” Malka’la laid her fingers on her host’s arm. “The fact that you and your friends are getting together and working hard on my behalf, that is all Hashem wants from you, and you are making me feel so cared for. I can feel your love. If the party doesn’t work out, financially, it’s okay. It’s okay. I’ve long been okay with the results. Not happy, but okay. Broken, but never shattered. Because I can always pick up the pieces. The Aibishter allows me that. It’s called teshuvah.” Gella shook her head back and forth and Malka’la knew she hadn’t convinced her. She returned back


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They’d need to give her more. This dress, in its sophistication, demanded it. Malka’la was still reluctant, as if she was operating in a dream. “Go. Go. Try it.” Gella shoved Malka’la gently into a fitting room, hung the dress inside and pulled the curtain shut. Nothing she had chosen for Malka’la was as perfect as that dress. Wasn’t it interesting, how each person is drawn to the clothing she was meant to walk around this world in? Gella waited patiently, leaning on a side wall. Malka’la

That was one of the advantages of starving. Malka’la could fit into all the dresses the mannequins were wearing. it on,” she urged Malka’la. “You’re trying it. Come into the dressing room. This might be your dress.” I’d love to have that dress for myself, Gella thought, but she’d never fit. That was one of the advantages of starving. Malka’la could fit into all the dresses the mannequins were wearing. The dress wasn’t completely her style, it was unique and not typical, but she could see that Malka’la understood the finer things. She would go all out. Get her this dress. And when Malka’la got up to speak, she’d look like someone for whom people would want to give generously. They’d be embarrassed to give her a pittance.

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would look perfect. Perfect. It was so dignified. Exotic. Tailored. The party was going to be such a success, after all. Malka’la emerged from the dressing room. She was wearing her coat. “Did you try it?” “I did.” “I wanted to see it. How was it? Wasn’t it beautiful? Did it fit?” “It’s not for me.” Gella’s eyes flew open in surprise. “Why not? But you liked it. It’s beautiful.” “It has some red in it.” “I didn’t see any red.” Gella was feeling tired, impatient. All day today, she ran errands around

town, picking up dishes, calling people and getting women to cook for the event, making phone call after phone call to invite her every acquaintance until her jaws hurt from talk, talk, talk. Malka’la showed her. A single thread that ran through the checked design. “But that’s ridiculous. You’re wearing it. It was so perfect.” Gella knew she was acting short, and yet, she couldn’t help herself. “I’ve thought about it. I can’t wear this dress.” Malka’la held out the dress, willing Gella to take it back. Gella continued to look at her, her face turned solid, unmoving. “I appreciate you going out of the way for me, really I do. And all the time you spent. And the store and the money. I’m so thankful. But I’ll be wearing my Shabbos dress. I can’t take this.” “So wear it. Why are you thankful for something you want to give back?” “I’m thankful that you showed your care. As for myself, I need to give it up.” “You’re not going to this party looking like… that. There’s no way this party is happening.” Malka’la looked at Gella dispassionately. “It’s all His will.” To be continued... Chany Rosengarten authors columns and serialized novels in leading publications. She can be reached at gchanyg@ gmail.com.


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Police Officer Charged with Four Violations in Crash That Took Life of Yeshiva Student (Ramapo Police Department) A PEEKSKILL POLICE OFFICER was issued four separate summonses for his part in a late night crash that took the life of a 17-year-old bochur standing in his yeshiva’s driveway. Officer Jonathan Mosquera was issued two separate violations for speeding as he drove down Route 202 on the

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Ramapo Police Rescue Woman Stranded in Snow for Two Hours (Ramapo Police Department) A 50-YEAR-OLD WOMAN who had fallen in the snow and ice that covered the ground last week was rescued by the Ramapo Police and taken to a local hospital. Police said that the received a call on Tuesday, December 20th from a Park Av-

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FACT: Nearly 3,000 dryer-related fires are reported each year.

Watching my house burn down was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. It was even harder when I found out that it could have been prevented by keeping the lint filter on my dryer clean.

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FACT: An average of 7,100 cases of child-play related fires are caused per year.

I thought I could trust him. I really did… I shouldn’t have. My four-year-old had been pretending he was going to touch the candles on the table, but I thought he knew better. I walked out of the room, and he knocked over one of the lights. The whole tablecloth went up in flames!

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FACT: Cooking fires are the leading cause of home fires, a large part of them due to leaving the open flames unattended. DO: Keep an eye on what you’re frying. Stay in the kitchen when the flame is on, and if you do need to leave the room stay alert and stay mindful.

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FACT: Appliances malfunctioning or overheating cause about 5% of home fires.

It was the most brilliant solution for finding the working woman/ mom balance. I’d set my convection oven to go on two hours before the kids were expected home from school. It worked to a science, until the device overheated. I am grateful my neighbor has a nose for these things!

DO: Remain at home when there are running appliances. For working moms, there is one safe appliance that can do the job while you’re doing yours: the Crock Pot.

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I never knew electric heaters were so dangerous until I heard about a woman in Eretz Yisroel who narrowly escaped with her life when the unit malfunctioned. Since then, I’ve also heard about children shoving bits of paper into heaters and causing fires. So scary! I don’t think it’s worth the risk. Bruchy Fisher

FACT: Electric space heaters are the leading cause for most civilian-related fire deaths, often because they are used too close to things that can catch fire, like linen or curtains. DO: Avoid space heater use if at all possible. If they must be used, make sure that there are several feet of open space near the heater on all sides. Never, ever leave a child alone with the heater, even for one moment!

FACT: Faulty wires and fixtures, as well as using a light bulb that does not have the correct wattage are from the leading causes of electrical fires.

I’ll turn on the light for just one minute, I thought. The smell it was giving off was bothering me, but what were the odds of trouble happening in those few seconds while I searched for the item I needed? When my world went dark, I knew that I should’ve stayed in the dark until the issue with the wiring was resolved.

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I love loose, billowy clothing. But such types of clothing are not for cooking. I learned that lesson the hard way. I should have made sure that my sleeves were not dangling near the burner, but you never think something will happen to you… It took only a second for the flames to eat up my shirt. Baruch Hashem, I wasn’t badly hurt, but I had a very big scare! Fraidy Katz

FACT: Loose clothing, towels and napkins can easily catch fire when handled near an open flame. DO: Roll up your sleeves before beginning to cook and exercise extra care when removing food from the oven when open flames are visible.

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Really, it should go without saying that nobody should smoke in bed or when they are drowsy. Rather, they shouldn’t smoke at all! But some people, like my father, are addicted. One night he fell asleep puffing on a cigarette and barely escaped with his life. I shudder to think what could have happened had he not gotten out in time! Bailey Ausch

FACT: Fire spreads rapidly and the fumes make it harder to wake up. In under two minutes a room can reach over 400°, and an entire house can burn down in under 4 minutes. DON’T: Don’t ever smoke when drowsy. The risk is just too great.

FACT: To toddlers anything that turns or can be moved is a toy and something to experiment with. They are also a lot more capable than you think!

I was standing right in front of the stove when my toddler mischievously flicked the knob and the flame became huge, devilishly reaching out to the dishtowel in my hand. Baruch Hashem, I flung it into the sink, ran the water and the smoldering towel calmed down.

DO: Use back burners when mischievous toddlers are around and protect your knobs or remove them entirely until they grow up.

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I’d been hosting a cooking marathon, trying to get ready for Yom Tov. The fire alarm in the kitchen was starting to get on my nerves because it would start shrieking every time I took something out of the oven. I decided to take out the battery. I never got around to putting it back, and when we had a fire over Yom Tov that started in the kitchen, the alarm didn’t work. We only woke up a few minutes later when the smoke triggered our upstairs alarm. By that time, the stairs were blocked off by fire. We had to go out through an upstair window — with three little kids! Nechama S.

My daughter refused to sleep in the dark, but a lamp was too bright. I found the perfect solution in a nightlight which I placed right by her bed so she could read until she was drowsy. I just didn’t realize that something so small can actually heat up her blanket and cause a fire, posing a tremendous risk to my precious girl who miraculously was not harmed by my dangerous mistake. I had to replace the bedding and the mattress, though. Malka K.

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FACT: More than 40% of home fire deaths occur because fire alarms fail to sound — often because they are disconnected because of nuisance alarms. DON’T: Don’t disconnect your alarm unless you plan to reconnect it right away. DO perform monthly checks on your alarms to make sure they are working properly.

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Nobody thinks that fire will ever happen to them. Certainly no one imagines watching their home engulfed in flames. And of course, we pray that our loved ones should never be trapped in a flaming inferno. But have we done our hishtadlus? Would our children know what to do if the fire alarms started shrieking or smoke filled the air? Use this simple outline to create your own family fire escape plan. May it be something that you practice well, but never have to put to use.

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PREPARE a floor plan of your home. This can be a printed layout or a hand-drawn version of your home’s floorplan. DISCUSS with your family the primary method of escape, and what to do if the primary escape route is blocked by fire or fallen debris. CREATE a meeting place for every member of the family. In case of fire, everyone should meet at the designated spot regardless of what route they used. PRACTICE your family escape plan! It’s best to practice monthly, but if you can’t commit to that often, twice a year

should keep the fire escape plan fresh enough in everyone’s minds.

out first testing the door for heat. Use the back of your non-dominant hand. If you feel heat, that means the fire is close by and coming from the other side of the door. Same goes if you see smoke entering from underneath the door. Leave the door closed and look for an alternate escape route.

Escape Info You Should Know • Windows should be able to be easily opened and screens removed. Go through the house with your family and make sure that everyone can open the windows, just in case. • If your windows are gated and locked, leave a key hanging on the wall right next to the window. • Second stories (and higher) should be equipped with fire escape ladders. These are ladders that fold up and can be easily store underneath a bed. In time of need, the ladder latches onto a window frame and unfurls to reach the ground. Ladders can be purchased at stores like Home Depot or Lowes. Make sure you buy the correct height! • Never open a door when you know there is a fire somewhere in the house with-

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THERE’S NOTHING LIKE THE SOUND OF A SCREECHING FIRE ALARM to strike fear into the hearts of a child. It is the adults though, that fear fire most, for they understand the full depth of what a fire truly means. Destruction. Displacement. Potential loss of memories, valuables and chas v’shalom, life. But what do you do if there is a fire? How do you react? How do you save yourself and your family?

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Get Out, Stay Out, Call 911 This is the basic rule for most fire situations. Exit the building as quickly as possible, closing doors behind you to contain the fire, if possible. Once out, do not go back in! Call for help as soon as you are safely away from the building. Never call from inside the home! If you are in a building where a small, contained fire breaks out and there are no young children or others that depend on you for mobility, you might be able to put out the fire alone. If the fire is large, fear paralyzes you or you lack confidence, just get out and call for help! SMALL GREASE FIRES: Turn off the stove, snuff out the flames with a pot lid, and sprinkle baking soda on the flames if need be.

Never put oily rags in a pile because they can ignite themselves.

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In 2014, Texas, California and Pennsylvania led the nation in number of fire deaths.

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When a massive fire broke out in San Francisco in the days following the disastrous 1906 earthquake, a single fire hydrant survived and saved the historic Mission District neighborhood from fiery doom. In memory of the event, the hydrant was painted gold, and gets a fresh coat each April. In 2012, it was accidentally painted silver, but was quickly repainted gold.

The Great Fire of 1910, less commonly known as the “Big Burn” is believed to be the largest single fire in recorded U.S. history. It destroyed more than 3 million acres in Idaho, Montana and Washington — in all, a total area roughly the size of Connecticut.

As for the fire hydrants of different colors you come across, they most probably don’t commemorate an event; fire hydrants are colorcoded to tell firefighters how much and what kind of water it provides. Brewer Fire Engine Company will be celebrating their 140th birthday.

In total, 343 firefighters perished in the line of duty in the 9/11 attacks.

It is unclear who invented the fire hydrant, because its patent was destroyed in a fire that took place in the U.S. patent office in 1836.

All Rockland County fire fighters are volunteers. There are 26 fire departments in Rockland County.

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n and on our body are more than 100 trillion microorganisms. They inhabit our skin, nose, mouth, throat, gut, lungs, and GI tract and play a vital role in maintaining our health. We have a symbiotic relationship with these microbes: We provide them a home and in return, they help us out by extracting and synthesizing vitamins and other nutrients from our food; regulating digestion, metabolism, and elimination; fine-tuning the immune system; preventing the overgrowth of harmful bacteria; and maintaining the integrity and barrier function of the intestinal wall. This complex community of microbes is collectively referred to as the microbiome. Many things can disrupt our microbiome. Antibiotics, diets high in fructose, chronic stress, being born prematurely or unnaturally, exposure to environmental toxins, consumption of meat from animals fed antibiotics, frequent use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (such as ibuprofen or aspirin), prolonged use of PPIs, and even normal aging can perturb the delicate balance of these microbes. Probiotics are one way to restore and maintain a healthy microbiome. Probiotics are live bacteria and yeast, or “friendly” microbes, that are found in certain foods such as fermented vegetables milk, butter, yogurt, some soft cheeses, pickled vegetables, and much more. Or through supplementation, which are particularly beneficial for our digestive tract. Here they decrease the number of “bad” bacteria that can cause infection or drive inflammation and increase the number of “good” bacteria that do all the jobs mentioned above. How it works: Our GI tract is an amazingly complex system. It has its own nervous system made up of more than 100 million neurons embedded within the gut wall stretching from the esophagus to the anus. This enteric nervous system produces neurotransmitters, hormones, and other chemicals that are very similar to those found in the brain—in fact, roughly half of all our dopamine, 90 percent of the body’s serotonin, and a considerable amount of melatonin are found in the gut. Because the digestive tract is constantly exposed to potentially harmful substances in our diet, between 70 and 80 percent of our immune cells are found here, producing more antibodies than all the rest of the body put together. The microbiome is actually a metabolically active organ that plays a key role in mediating the diverse and complex communication that exists between these three vitally important systems in our body: the gastrointestinal, immune, and nervous systems. Clearly, given its importance, we should all want to ensure that our internal ecology is in optimal shape. How

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do we get all these bacteria in the first place? Well, let’s go back to the beginning. When we are born we ingest and take in our mother’s bacteria which lays the foundation for our microbiome. Also, mother milk is rich in Bifidobacteria which further stimulates and adds to our inner microbial population. Bifidobacteria plays an important role in helping our immune system learn to distinguish between dangerous and innocuous substances, reducing the risk for allergies. Since we know that probiotics during early life are important for teaching the immune system that it should respond to dangerous bacteria but not to peanuts, it makes sense that early use of probiotics might help reduce the risk of allergies. And that is exactly what the evidence is showing: certain strains of probiotics can help reduce the risk of both allergies and eczema. A meta-analysis based on randomizedcontrolled studies and published in the prestigious journal Pediatrics in 2013 concluded that children born to mothers who took probiotics closer to birth and children who were given probiotics for the first six months of their lives were significantly less likely to develop eczema and common childhood allergies. This is good news considering that these conditions affect 10 to 20 percent of all children! Antibiotics. While they can be lifesaving when used appropriately, they can have serious long-term consequences to our health because they don’t just kill the “bad bugs.” The rapid destruction of friendly organisms often leads to one of the most common side effects of taking antibiotics: diarrhea. Fortunately, taking probiotics can make a bad situation better. If you have to take antibiotics, make sure you start taking probiotics within 72 hours and continue to take them for a couple of weeks. When our gut ecology is out of balance, it can often result in constipation, gas, bloating, or “dumping syndrome” (loose bowels or diarrhea shortly after eating). These symptoms are often lumped together under the diagnosis of IBS. Randomized studies have shown that probiotics, particularly Bifidobacteria, can help correct these symptoms by repopulating your intestinal tract with beneficial organisms. While the exact mechanism isn’t understood, well-done clinical studies have found that probiotics can help quell the inflammation seen in Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

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And quelling inflammation is important. We know that chronic inflammation contributes to cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative disease, obesity, and even depression. A growing number of studies show that probiotics reduce inflammation throughout our body, not just in our GI tract. How is that possible? Well, as I said in the opening paragraphs, many things in our modern lives can disrupt the delicate and complex balance of our microbiome. This disruption leads to an increase in “bad bacteria,” which increases inflammation and permeability in the intestine, a condition often referred to as “leaky gut.” Our intestinal tract was designed to tightly regulate what stays in our intestine and what is released into our bloodstream. That’s why there are tight junctions, or barriers, between the cells in our intestine. Our friendly bacteria act as guards at these tight junctions, signaling which substances are safe to go through and which ones should be denied entry. Unfortunately, when the bad bacteria outnumber the good, there are not enough soldiers to guard the gates. When fragments of bacterial cell walls or certain proteins from foods slip through and out into the bloodstream, they trigger a low-level inflammatory response throughout the body. Most of us probably haveleaky gut to one degree or another, which is why essentially everyone would benefit from probiotics. Research also shows that probiotics can help prevent yeast infections, recurrent UTI, inflammatory disorders, periodontal disease and possibly even protect us against heavy metal toxicity. Probiotics contain live microorganisms. To preserve their effectiveness, most probiotics need to be refrigerated. When you buy them in supplement form, a probiotic capsule or tablet will contain millions or billions of microorganisms. Which probiotic to choose and how much you need depends on what health condition you are trying to address. Key to probiotic names: Bifidobacterium Lactobacillus S. boulardii is Saccharomyces boulardii

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‫טעכנאלאגיע פירמעס האבן אנגעהויבן‬ ‫אריינלייגן אין פשוט’ע טאג‪-‬טעגליכע‬ ‫אפלייענסעס וואס איר נוצט כסדר אין אייער‬ ‫היים‪ ,‬די מעגליכקייט זיך צו קענען פארבינדן‬ ‫מיט’ן אינטערנעט‪ .‬מענטשן קענען‬ ‫יעצט אנשטעלן דעם אויוון אינדערהיים‬ ‫און עס אויסלעשן פון א האלבע וועלט‬ ‫אוועק דורך ‘אנרופן’ זייער אויוון דורכ’ן‬ ‫טעלעפאן‪ .‬זיי קענען אזוי קאנטראלירן זייער‬ ‫פרידזשידער צו רוקן ארויף אדער אראפ‬ ‫דעם טעמפעראטור‪ ,‬אדער אויסלעשן און‬ ‫אנצינדן‪ ,‬אא”וו‪ .‬נאכמער‪ ,‬אויב עס מאכט‬ ‫זיך א פראבלעם מיט אייער פרידזשידער‬ ‫קען די פירמע זיך פארבינדן מיט’ן‬ ‫פרידזשידער פונדערווייטנס און גאר אפט‬ ‫לעזן דעם פראבלעם אן דארפן אראפשיקן א‬ ‫ספעציעלן טעכניקער‪ ,‬וואס קומט נאטירליך‬ ‫אויס אסאך ביליגער און שנעלער‪.‬‬ ‫דאס זעלבע קען מען שוין היינט טון‬ ‫מיט א טערמאסטאט‪ ,‬אן אויוון‪ ,‬און נאך‬ ‫פילע מאשינען‪ .‬לעצטנס האט שוין אפילו‬ ‫אנגעהויבן פארקויפט ווערן אזא זאך ווי‬ ‫א “קלוגע” לעקטער‪-‬באלב וואס מ’קען‬ ‫אנצינדן אדער אויסלעשן פון טויזנטער‬ ‫מייל ווייט דורך זיך פארבינדן מיט’ן באלב‬ ‫פונדערווייטנס‪.‬‬ ‫די מעשה איז אבער אז די אלע ריזן‬ ‫פירמעס וועלכע ספראווען זיך מיט‬ ‫די העקערס און אינוועסטירן שווערע‬ ‫געלטער צו ערפינדן פראגראמען וועלכע‬ ‫בלאקירן די העקערס פון אריינדרינגען אין‬ ‫קאמפיוטערס זענען בכלל נישט אין די ליניע‬ ‫פון פראדוצירן פרידזשידערס און אויוונס‬ ‫אד”ג‪ ,‬און פאר סתם מענטשן פאלט נישט‬ ‫איין ווי שעדליך עס קען זיין צו האבן ביי זיך‬ ‫אינדערהיים אפלייענסעס וואס זענען אפן‬ ‫צו די אינטערנעט און פארמאגן נישט די‬ ‫ספעציעל טייערע “פייער‪-‬ווענט” צו האלטן‬ ‫העקערס אינדרויסן‪ .‬און צוריקגעשמועסט‪,‬‬ ‫וואס קען שוין א העקער טון ביי מיר אין‬ ‫פרידזשידער? ער וועט זיך אריינכאפן און‬ ‫אויסגיסן די מילך? אויפלאזן די אייז אין‬ ‫פריזער? נו‪ ,‬וועמען גייט עס אן‪ .‬איך האלט‬ ‫נישט מיין באנק אקאונט אינפארמאציע‬ ‫אדער סאשעל סעקיוריטי נאמבער אין מיין‬ ‫פרידזשידער‪...‬‬ ‫דאס איז געווען די אלגעמיינע‬ ‫מענטאליטעט סיי פון די פירמעס וועלכע‬ ‫האבן פראדוצירט די “קלוגע” אפלייענסעס‬

‫און סיי ביי די מיליאנען מענטשן וועלכע‬ ‫האבן עס איינגעקויפט‪ .‬קיינער האט זיך‬ ‫נישט געקימערט מיט אינוועסטירן שווערע‬ ‫געלטער אפצוהיטן זייער פרידזשידער פון א‬ ‫העקער ערגעץ וואו‪.‬‬ ‫אנהויב ‪ 2014‬האט זיך דער דאזיגער‬ ‫געדאנקען גאנג דראסטיש געטוישט‪.‬‬ ‫*****‬ ‫מ’דארף ארויסהאבן נאך איין נקודה ווען‬ ‫ס’קומט צו העקן‪ .‬אפילו די פראפעסיאנאלע‬ ‫העקערס וועלכע זוכן צו פארדינען געלט‬ ‫אדער דורכפירן נקמה אטאקעס אד”ג דורך‬ ‫זייערע העקערייען קענען עס מאכן דורך‬ ‫צוויי וועגן‪ .‬כדי עס צו בעסער פארשטיין‬ ‫לאמיר געבן א משל‪ .‬ווען עמיצער זאל האבן‬ ‫א מערכה מיט א געשעפט ווי וואלמארט‬ ‫און ער וויל זיך נוקם זיין אין זיי קען ער‬ ‫אראנזשירן אז ‪ 100,000‬מענטשן זאלן אין‬ ‫די זעלבע מינוט אנקומען צו די סטאר און‬ ‫אריינגיין אינעווייניג אויפאמאל‪ .‬דאס וועט‬ ‫מאכן אז קיינער וועט שוין נישט קענען‬ ‫מער אריינגיין אין דעם געשעפט און וועט‬ ‫זיך גיין זוכן גליקן ערגעץ אנדערש‪ .‬אדער‬ ‫קען ער איינער אליין אריינגיין אינעווייניג‬ ‫און זיך נעמען צוברעכן טעפ און פורניטשור‬ ‫און מאכן קולי קולות אד”ג און אזוי אנזייען‬ ‫כאאס‪.‬‬ ‫ביידע וועגן האבן מעלות און חסרונות‪.‬‬ ‫זיך אריינברעכן אין וואלמארט און צוברעכן‬ ‫געשיר איז גרינגער פאר איין מענטש צו‬ ‫טון‪ ,‬כ’מיין‪ ,‬ווער האט דען אוועקגעלייגט‬ ‫ערגעצוואו ‪ 100,000‬מענטשן אריינצושטופן‬ ‫אין א וואלמארט? פון די אנדערע זייט‬ ‫אבער איין איינצעלנעם אטאקירער איז‬ ‫אסאך גרינגער צו כאפן און ארעסטירן‪,‬‬ ‫אויסער אויב ער קען זיך גוט פארשטעלן‬ ‫און באהאלטן פון די קאמערעס און אריין און‬ ‫ארויס אן וואס עמיצער זאל אים דערקענען‬ ‫און איבערגעבן פאר די פאליציי‪ .‬נאך א זאך‪,‬‬ ‫אויב מ’ברענגט אן ‪ 100,000‬מענטשן‪ ,‬איז‬ ‫די מינוט וואס יענע גייען אהיים גייט דער‬ ‫געשעפט צוריק צום אלטן‪ .‬אבער אויב‬ ‫מ’גייט דארט אריין און מ’מאכט חרוב דעם‬ ‫געשעפט וועט עס בלייבן אזוי חרוב פאר א‬ ‫לענגערע צייט‪.‬‬ ‫אקוראט דאס זעלבע שפילט זיך אפ ווען‬ ‫עמיצער וויל העקן א צווייטן‪ .‬מ’קען עס מאכן‬

‫אויף א וועג אז ‪ 100,000‬קאמפיוטערס זאלן‬ ‫אין די זעלבע רגע אנרופן דעם קאמּפיוטער‬ ‫סיסטעם ‘נאמבער’ פון א סּפעציפישער‬ ‫פירמע‪ ,‬לאמיר זאגן וואלמארט‪ ,‬און היות‬ ‫ס’איז כמעט נישט פאראן קיין קאמּפיוטער‬ ‫סיסטעם אין דער וועלט וואס איז געמאכט‬ ‫צו קענען דערהייבן הונדערטער טויזנטער‬ ‫מענטשן וואס פארבינדן זיך אויפאמאל‪,‬‬ ‫וועט יענער אטאקירטער קאמפיוער‬ ‫סיסטעם קראכן‪.‬‬ ‫דער צווייטער וועג פון העקן איז‬ ‫דורך זיך אליין איינברעכן אין דעם‬ ‫קאמּפיוטער סיסטעם‪ ,‬און זיך נעמען‬ ‫גנב’נען אינפארמאציע‪ ,‬אדער אויסמעקן‬ ‫אינפארמאציע‪ ,‬אד”ג‪.‬‬ ‫דער חילוק איז אזוי‪ :‬אן איינצעלנער‬ ‫איינברעכער וואס העקט א קאמּפיוטער‬ ‫קען גאנץ שנעל געכאפט ווערן דורך די‬ ‫ספעציעלע מאניטארס וואס פארשטייען‬ ‫וויאזוי צו טרעפן און כאפן אן אריינדרינגער‬ ‫(דאס איז א מסכתא פאר זיך)‪ ,‬און מ’מוז‬ ‫זיין גאר סאפיסטיקירט און געשיקט צו‬ ‫קענען באהאלטן די שפורן אז מ’זאל נישט‬ ‫כאפן ווער איז דער וואס האט זיך דא‬ ‫איינגעבראכן‪ ,‬און בלויז גאר גוטע העקערס‬ ‫וועלן זיך טרויען דאס צו טון‪ .‬רוב העקערס‬ ‫וועלן מורא האבן אליין אריינצודרינגען אין א‬ ‫קאמּפיוטער אפענערהייט וויבאלד זיי האבן‬ ‫מורא אז מ’וועט זיי כאפן‪.‬‬ ‫דעריבער וועלן די שוואכערע נישט‪-‬‬ ‫גענוג‪-‬פראפעסיאנאלע העקערס ענדערש‬ ‫אויסקלויבן דעם מעטאד פון ניצן הונדערטער‬ ‫טויזנטער קאמפיוטערס און זיי דירעקטירן‬ ‫אז זיי זאלן זיך פרובירן אויפצוסיינען אין‬ ‫א געוויסן געשעפט אין די זעלבע רגע‪ ,‬און‬ ‫אזוי וועט יענער קאמפיוטער גיין קראכן‪.‬‬ ‫ווערט דאך אבער שווער די פריערדיגע‬ ‫קשיא‪ ,‬מהיכן ירק זה חי? וואו טרעפט מען‬ ‫עפעס אזוי מיר נישט דיר נישט ‪300,000‬‬ ‫קאמפיוטערס וועלכע זאלן שטיין גרייט צו‬ ‫באפאלן יענעם סּפעציפישן קאמּפיוטער‬ ‫סיסטעם אין די זעלבע רגע ממש?‬ ‫דא קומען מיר צו איינע פון די יסודות‬ ‫אין העקעריי‪ .‬אן איינצעלנער העקער קען‬ ‫שרייבן א קאמפיוטער פראגראם‪ ,‬וואס‬ ‫ווערט אנגערופן געווענליך א “באטנעט”‪.‬‬ ‫דאס איז אזא סארט קאמפיוטער וויירוס‬ ‫וואס ווערט ארויסגעשיקט צו הונדערטער‬ ‫טויזנטער קאמפיוטערס‪ ,‬שטילערהייט‬

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‫ס’טוט זיך הימל און ערד און “העקינג”‪.‬‬ ‫אויב איר ווייסט נישט פינקטליך וואס‬ ‫“העקינג” באדייט‪ ,‬איז שוין די העכסטע‬ ‫צייט איר זאלט זיך אויסלערנען דאס‬ ‫ווארט‪ .‬אויסער דער מעגליכקייט אז‬ ‫ס’האט געהאלפן ערוועלן דעם קומענדיגן‬ ‫פרעזידענט פון די פאראייניגטע שטאטן פון‬ ‫אמעריקע‪ ,‬גייט עס ווערן א חלק פון טאג‬ ‫טעגליכן לעקסיקאן‪ ,‬און וועט נוגע זיין פאר‬ ‫יעדן איינציגן פון די חשוב’ע ליינער‪ ,‬אפילו‬ ‫אויב איר זיצט על התורה ועל העבודה ‪24‬‬ ‫שעה א טאג‪.‬‬ ‫אלזא‪ ,‬די סי‪-‬איי‪-‬עי איז פאריגע‬ ‫וואך אפיציעל ארויסגעקומען מיט די‬ ‫באמבאסטישע באשולדיגונג אז נישט קיין‬ ‫אנדערער ווי דער רוסישער פרעזידענט‬ ‫וולאדימיר פוטין האט באפוילן זיינע‬ ‫שפיאנאזש ארגאניזאציעס (דער גענויער‬ ‫נאמען איז נישט וויכטיג‪ ,‬אמאל פלעגט עס‬ ‫הייסן קעי‪-‬דזשי‪-‬בי‪ )...‬אז זיי זאלן “העקן” די‬ ‫קאמפיוטערס פון וויכטיגע אמעריקאנער‬ ‫פאליטישע שישקעס און פארעפנטליכן די‬ ‫אינפארמאציע‪ .‬לויט די סי‪-‬איי‪-‬עי האט עס‬ ‫פוטין געטאן מיט’ן דירעקטן ציל צו העלפן‬ ‫דאנעלד טראמפ גרייכן צום ווייסן הויז‪.‬‬ ‫די עף‪-‬בי‪-‬איי האט קודם געקווענקלט צי‬ ‫דאס איז געווען רוסלאנד’ס מאטיוו‪ ,‬אבער‬ ‫עווענטועל האבן זיי אויך מסכים געווען מיט‬ ‫די סי‪-‬איי‪-‬עי‪( .‬זעלבסטפארשטענדליך אז‬ ‫טראמפ זעלבסט האט געלייקנט שטיין און‬ ‫ביין‪).‬‬ ‫יעצט וועט איר דאך אוודאי פרעגן‪ ,‬והי’ כי‬ ‫יאמרו אליכם בניכם מה זאת?! (אין פאל איר‬ ‫האט נישט געכאפט‪ ,‬דאס איז דער שאלה‬ ‫פונעם תם‪ )...‬וואס איז דאס “העקינג”?! וועלן‬ ‫מיר אייך ענטפערן דערויף‪.‬‬ ‫“העקינג” איז די ארבעט פון אריינקריכן‬ ‫צו עמיצן אין קאמפיוטער‪ .‬פונקט אזוי ווי‬ ‫ּפלוני אלמוני קען היינט ניצן א קאמּפיוטער‬

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‫זיך צו פארבינדן מיט דער דרויסנדיגער‬ ‫וועלט‪ ,‬אזוי קען די דרויסנדיגע וועלט ניצן‬ ‫דעם קאמּפיוטער זיך צו פארבינדן מיט‬ ‫פלוני אלמוני‪ ...‬נאר געווענליך האט נישט‬ ‫די גרויסע וועלט מר‪ .‬אלמוני’ס אדרעס‬ ‫צו וויסן וויאזוי זיך צו פארבינדן מיט‬ ‫אים‪ ,‬אבער א געניטער “העקער” וועט יא‬ ‫קענען אויסגעפינען זיין אדרעס און קענען‬ ‫אריינקריכן צו אים אין די קישקעס‪ ,‬בעסער‬ ‫געזאגט‪ ,‬צו זיין קאמפיוטער אין הארדדרייוו‪,‬‬ ‫און ארויסנאשן פון דארט אלעס וואס אים‬ ‫געפעלט‪.‬‬

‫האט רוסלאנד געהעקט מיין‬ ‫פרידזשידער?‬ ‫ווען ס’קומט צו העקן זענען פאראן‬ ‫צוויי ערליי העקערס‪ .‬ס’זענען דא סתם‬ ‫שוואוילטאג יונגען וועלכע לאזן זיך ארויס‬ ‫אויף די יארכע צו העקן‪ .‬אמאל וועלן זיי‬ ‫העקן יעדן וואס קומט זיי אונטער די‬ ‫הענט‪ ,‬און אמאל וועלן זיי זוכן צו העקן‬ ‫א ספעציפישן ציל‪ .‬לאמיר זאגן זיי וועלן‬ ‫זוכן צו העקן א ביזנעס ארויסצובאקומען‬ ‫פינאנציעלע אינפארמאציע‪ ,‬אדער העקן א‬ ‫רעגירונג אפיס ארויסצובאקומען שפיאנאזש‬ ‫אינפארמאציע‪.‬‬ ‫ווי מ’פארשטייט אליין האט זיך‬ ‫אנטוויקלט א ריזיגע אינדוסטריע וועלכע‬ ‫ארבעט צו באשיצן די קאמפיוטערס‬ ‫פון העקעריי אטאקעס‪ ,‬און איינע פון די‬ ‫גרעסטע אפעראציעס ביי יעדע שפיאנאזש‬ ‫ארגאניזאציע ארום די וועלט‪ ,‬כקטון כגדול‪,‬‬ ‫איז העקעריי‪ .‬דאס נעמט אריין ביידע‪ ,‬סיי‬ ‫פרובירן צו העקן יענעמ’ס קאמפיוטערס‪,‬‬ ‫און סיי ארבעטן צו פארטיידיגן און באשיצן‬ ‫די אייגענע קאמפיוטערס אז א פרעמדע‬ ‫שפיאנאזש ארגאניזאציע זאל נישט באווייזן‬ ‫אריינצוקריכן צו מיר אין קאמפיוטער‪.‬‬

‫במשך די לעצטע ‪ 30‬יאר איז די וועלט‬ ‫פון העקעריי און באשיצן קעגן העקעריי‬ ‫געווארן א ריזיגע מולטי‪-‬ביליאן דאלארדיגע‬ ‫ביזנעס (יא‪ ,‬ביליאן מיט א ב’)‪ .‬יעדעס מאל‬ ‫וואס די העקערס קומען ארויף מיט א נייעם‬ ‫פאטענט אריינצוקריכן אין פרעמדע נעצן‪,‬‬ ‫וועלן פירמעס און רעגירונגען אויפקומען‬ ‫מיט א נייעם וועג וויאזוי זיך צו באשיצן‬ ‫דערפון‪ .‬דאן וועלן די העקערס גיין א שטאפל‬ ‫ווייטער‪ ,‬און די פירמעס וועלן ענטפערן מיט‬ ‫זייער אייגענעם שטאפל‪ .‬אזוי קומט פאר‬ ‫אזא “פאליס‪-‬גנבים” שפיל וואס הערט זיך‬ ‫דערווייל נישט אויף פון רוקן פאראויס‪.‬‬ ‫די לעצטע צוויי‪-‬דריי יאר איז העקעריי‬ ‫געווארן מער קאמּפליצירט‪ .‬פון איין‬ ‫זייט האבן די העקערס זיך געטראפן‬ ‫כסדר פארמעסטן מיט אלץ מער און‬ ‫מער סאפיסטיקירטע ‘שלעסער’ וואס די‬ ‫פארשידענע גרויסע זיכערהייט פירמעס‬ ‫האבן ארויפגעשטעלט זיי צו בלאקירן‬ ‫דעם וועג פון אריינקריכן אין פרעמדע‬ ‫קאמפיוטערס‪ ,‬און כאטש סאפיסטיקירטע‬ ‫העקערס קענען נאך א לאנגע צייט זיך ַאן‬ ‫עצה געבן מיט יעדן מויער (“פייערוואל” אין‬ ‫ענגליש) איז עס אבער פאר די אלגעמיינע‬ ‫העקערס געווארן כסדר אלץ שווערער און‬ ‫שווערער‪.‬‬ ‫אבער אין דער זעלבער צייט וואס‬ ‫די קאמּפיוטערס זענען געווארן פיל‬ ‫שווערער צו העקן האט די וועלט געמאכט‬ ‫אויסטערלישע טעכנאלאגישע פארשריט‪,‬‬ ‫און במשך די לעצטע פינף‪-‬זעקס יאר זענען‬ ‫צענדליגער ּפשוט’ע אּפלייענסעס געווארן‬ ‫פארגעשריטן‪ .‬פון “קלוגע” טעלעפאנען‬ ‫[סמארטפאון בלע”ז] האט איר שוין‬ ‫מסתמא געהערט‪ ,‬אבער וועגן “קלוגע”‬ ‫פרידזשידערס? “קלוגע” אויוונס? “קלוגע”‬ ‫טערמאסטאט? “קלוגע” שלעסער? און יא‪,‬‬ ‫“קלוגע” לעקטער‪-‬באלבס?!‬


‫אין איין ספעציפישע געגנט‪ ,‬און דאן באפוילן אלע‬ ‫עירקאנדישאנס זאלן זיך אויפאמאל אנצינדן צום העכסטן‪.‬‬ ‫אזא פלוצלונגדיגער שטארקער שפרונג וועט שיקן אן‬ ‫אויטאמאטישן באפעל פאר’ן לאקאלן “פאוער גריד” זיך‬ ‫אויסצולעשן ווייל עפעס גייט דא פאר‪ .‬און דאס אליין וועט‬ ‫דויערן א לאנגע צייט אז מ’זאל כאפן וואס האט פלוצלונג‬ ‫פאסירט‪ ,‬און דערנאך אנצינדן צוריק דעם “פאוער גריד”‬ ‫וועט נעמען א שיינע עטליכע שעה‪ ,‬און אינצווישן וועט‬ ‫אבער די גאנצע געגנט ליידן פון א בלעקאוט און בלייבן אן‬ ‫עלעקטריציטעט אין די גרעסטע היצן אדער קעלט‪.‬‬ ‫היינט צוטאגס זענען פאראן פילע יוטיליטי פירמעס‬ ‫וועלכע באטן אן פאר זייערע קליענטן אן אינטערעסאנטן‬ ‫דיעל‪ .‬זיי וועלן אראפלאזן א געוויסע סומע געלט פונעם‬ ‫חודש’ליכן ביל אויב מ’שענקט ערלויבעניש פאר די‬ ‫יוטיליטי פירמע צו זיין פארבינדן צום עירקאנדישאן‬ ‫סיסטעם פונעם קליענט‪ ,‬אזוי אז די פירמע וועט האבן די‬ ‫מעגליכקייט אויסצולעשן אדער שוואכער צו מאכן דעם‬ ‫עירקאנדישאן אין געוויסע צייטן פון טאג‪ ,‬ווען ס’איז צו‬ ‫הייס אד”ג‪ .‬די זעלבע פארבינדונג קען אבער גענוצט ווערן‬ ‫דורך העקערס אנצוצינדן אויפאמאל אלע עירקאנדישאנס‬ ‫און אזוי איבערשטרענגען דעם פאוער גריד‪.‬‬ ‫נישט בלויז דאס‪ .‬א מער סאפיסטיקירטער העקער קען‬ ‫זיך נעמען ארומשפילן מיט די עירקאנדישאנס‪ ,‬אנצינדן און‬ ‫אויסלעשן אויף ַאן אופן וואס וועט נישט בלויז אפעקטירן‬ ‫דעם לאקאלן פאוער גריד‪ ,‬נאר וועט אריינשלעפן אנדערע‬ ‫געגנטער פון ווייט אוועק אינעם שפיל און פאראורזאכן‬ ‫א ברייט פארשפרייטן בלעקאוט‪ ,‬אן וואס עמיצער זאל‬ ‫חלומ’ען פון וואו עס האט זיך אנגעהויבן‪.‬‬ ‫פאר סתם מענטשן הערט זיך די גאנצע זאך ווי עפעס‬ ‫א פאנטאסטישע געשיכטעלע‪ ,‬אבער דער פאקט איז אז‬ ‫מער און מער אפלייענסעס און ענליכע מאשינען ווערן‬ ‫אנגעבינדן צום אינטערנעט‪ ,‬און זיי זענען גאר שוואך‬ ‫אדער אינגאנצן נישט באשיצט קעגן העקערס‪ .‬דאס קען‬ ‫אפעקטירן יעדן מענטש פריוואט‪ ,‬און מיליאנען מענטשן‬ ‫אויפאמאל‪.‬‬ ‫צופיל קענען מיר פריוואט נישט טון דערקעגן‪ .‬די גוטע‬ ‫נייעס איז אז פירמעס האבן זיך אויפגעוועקט צו דעם‬ ‫פראבלעם און זיך גענומען ארבעטן עס צו פארריכטן‪.‬‬ ‫ביזדערווייל‪ ,‬דא האט איר עטליכע גוטע טיפס פון‬ ‫עקספערטן אינעם פעלד‪ :‬קויפט בלויז אפלייענסעס פון‬ ‫א באקאנטע ברענד‪ ,‬זייערע סיסטעמען זענען בעסער‬ ‫באשיצט; מאכט זיכער צו טוישן דעם פעסווארד פונעם‬ ‫סיסטעם אויף אייער פרידזשידער אדער טערמאסטאט‬ ‫אד”ג און נישט לאזן די דיפאלט פעסווארד וואס די פירמע‬ ‫לייגט ארויף ביים פראדוצירן‪ .‬צופיל מענטשן טוישן עס‬ ‫נישט און די העקערס האבן אזוי גאר גרינגן צוטריט;‬ ‫מאכט זיכער צו דאונלאודן אלע אפדעיטס פון די פירמע;‬ ‫און ווען אימער מעגליך לעשט אויס דעם מאשין אינגאנצן‪.‬‬ ‫ס’איז נישט כדאי איינצושטעלן‪.‬‬

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‫במשך פון א לאנגער צייט‪ .‬דער וויירוס‬ ‫זיצט שטיל אין אייער אפיס קאמּפיוטער און‬ ‫טשעּפעט אייך נישט ביז‪...‬‬ ‫ביז ס’קומט די באשטימטע צייט‪ ,‬וואס‬ ‫דער העקער וויל אטאקירן א געוויסן‬ ‫קאמּפיוטער סיסטעם‪ .‬אין יענע צייט‬ ‫האט דער העקער שוין קאנטראל אויף‬ ‫הונדערטער טויזנטער אפעקטירטע‬ ‫קאמפיוטערס‪ ,‬און ער באפעלט די אלע‬ ‫קאמּפיוטערס זיך צו נעמען באהאגלען‬ ‫דעם סּפעציפישן קאמּפיוטער סיסטעם‪.‬‬ ‫אינטערעסאנט איז אז די אייגנטימערס פון‬ ‫די קאמפיוטערס וואס ווערן גענוצט אין די‬ ‫אטאקע וועלן ניטאמאל חלומ’ען אז זייער‬ ‫קאמפיוטער ווערט יעצט גענוצט אין אזא‬ ‫אטאקע‪ .‬זיי וועלן אפשר באמערקן אז זייער‬ ‫שטאטער‪,‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫קאמּפיוטער ארבעט אביסעלע‬ ‫אבער דאס איז עס‪[ .‬אין די קאמפיוטער‬ ‫וועלט ווערט דאס אנגערופן א ‪DDoS‬‬ ‫העקינג אטאקע‪ ,‬א “דיסטריביוטעד דענייעל‬ ‫אוו סערוויס” אטאקע]‪.‬‬ ‫ווי פריער דערמאנט זענען אבער היינט‬ ‫פאראן גרויסע סאפיסטיקירטע זיכערהייט‬ ‫פירמעס וועלכע ארבעטן צו פארזיכערן‬ ‫אז העקערס קענען נישט נוצן אייער‬ ‫קאמפיוטער פאר אזא ‪ DDoS‬אטאקע‪,‬‬ ‫און ס’איז זיי געווארן אלס שווערער און‬ ‫שווערער צו טרעפן קאמפיוטערס וועלכע‬ ‫זענען נישט פארזיכערט און באשיצט פון‬ ‫זייערע ווירוסן‪ .‬ס’איז זיי דערפאר געקומען‬ ‫ממש ווי געווינטשן דער פאקט ווען מער‬ ‫און מער אפלייענסעס זענען געווארן‬ ‫אויסגעשטאט מיט די מעגליכקייט זיך צו‬ ‫קענען פארבינדן מיט’ן אינטערנעט‪ .‬דער‬ ‫קליינער הארדדרייוו פון א פרידזשידער איז‬ ‫פונקט גענוג פאר אזא העקער‪ ,‬ווייל ווען‬ ‫‪ 100,000‬פרידזשידערס וועלן אויפאמאל‬ ‫ארויסשיקן א מעסעדזש צום קאמּפיוטער‬ ‫סיסטעם פון וואלמארט‪ ,‬אדער סיי וועלכער‬ ‫אדרעס‪ ,‬וועט עס פונקט אזוי קראכן ווי ווען‬ ‫ס’קומט פון הונדערט טויזנט קאמפיוטערס‪.‬‬ ‫אלזא‪ ,‬נאך די הקדמה וועט מען‬ ‫פארשטיין די נייעס וואס האט אויפגעריסן‬ ‫ווי א באמבע אנהויב ‪ ,2014‬ווען זיכערהייט‬ ‫עקספערטן ביי די “פרוף פוינט” פירמע‬ ‫האבן געטראפן אן אטאקע וואס העקערס‬ ‫האבן דורכגעפירט ארויסצושיקן אזויפיל ווי‬ ‫‪ 750,000‬פאלשע אימעילס‪ ,‬דורך נוצן ארום‬ ‫הונדערט טויזנט אפלייענסעס‪ ,‬און אויך‬

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‫איין פרידזשידער‪ ,‬ארויסצושיקן די פאלשע‬ ‫אימעילס‪ .‬ס’איז געווען דער ערשטער קלאר‬ ‫באשטעטיגטער פאל ווען העקערס האבן‬ ‫גענוצט א “קלוגן” פרידזשידער אין זייערע‬ ‫העקערייען אקציעס‪ ,‬און געוויזן אז אפילו‬ ‫ּפשוט’ע אּפלייענסעס קענען געהעקט און‬ ‫גענוצט ווערן פאר שעדליכע צוועקן‪.‬‬ ‫אבער אז ס’רעגנט גיסט‪ ,‬זאגט די‬ ‫וועלט‪ ,‬און עס האבן צוביסלעך אנגעהויבן‬ ‫ארויסקומען מער און מער נייעס איבער‬ ‫וויאזוי טאג טעגליכע אפלייענסעס ביי‬ ‫מענטשן אינדערהיים‪ ,‬וואס קענען זיך שוין‬ ‫היינט פארבינדן מיט’ן אינטערנעט‪ ,‬ווערן‬ ‫גענוצט דורך העקערס אויף פארשידענע‬ ‫וועגן‪.‬‬ ‫מעגליך אז איר האט געהערט ארום צוויי‬ ‫יאר צוריק איבער א ריזיגע העקעריי אטאקע‬ ‫וואס איז פארגעקומען אויף “טארגעט”‬ ‫געשעפטן‪ ,‬אין וועלכן העקערס האבן‬ ‫גע’גנב’עט די פינאנציעלע אינפארמאציע‬ ‫פון אזויפיל ווי ‪ 40‬מיליאן קונדן‪ .‬זינט דאן‬ ‫האט מען שוין געהערט פון מערערע אזוינע‬ ‫אטאקעס אויף אנדערע גרויסע קייט‪-‬‬ ‫געשעפטן ווי אויך קלענערע געשעפטן‪ ,‬און‬ ‫די וועלט שטורעמט נישט אזוי דערוועגן‬ ‫[לאמיר זיך נישט פאּפן‪ ,‬ווען יאהו רעדט‬ ‫פון א געהעקטע ביליאן אקאונטס! וועמען‬ ‫אינטערעסירט נאך אן אטאקע אויף ‘בלויז’‬ ‫פערציג מיליאן‪ ]!?...‬אבער דאן איז עס‬ ‫געווען א סענזאציאנאלע נייעס וואס האט‬ ‫דאן דאמינירט דעם אויבנאן פאר א שיינע‬ ‫עטליכע טעג‪.‬‬ ‫האט זיך ארויסגעשטעלט אז די העקעריי‬ ‫אטאקע איז צושטאנד געקומען דורך אן‬ ‫עירקאנדישאן!‬ ‫ס’גייט אזוי‪“ .‬טארגעט”‪ ,‬און אנדערע‬ ‫גרויסע קייט‪-‬געשעפטן זוכן צו שפארן געלט‬ ‫דורך פארזיכערן אז זייערע עירקאנדישאנס‬ ‫און הייצונג סיסטעמען ארבעטן נישט‬ ‫אומזיסט‪ ,‬און פאר דעם צוועק נעמען זיי‬ ‫אויף דרויסנדיגע פירמעס וועלכע האבן‬ ‫צוטריט צו דעם געשעפט’ס אינערליכן‬ ‫סיסטעם און קענען פון דארט זען ווען עס‬ ‫זענען דא צופיל באזוכער אדער צו ווייניג‪ ,‬און‬ ‫זיי קאנטראלירן דעם עירקאנדישאן אדער‬ ‫הייצונג לויט דעם‪ .‬מ’פארשטייט אבער‬ ‫אליין אז דער סיסטעם פון אזא דרויסנדיגע‬ ‫פירמע‪ ,‬געווענליך א גאנץ קליינע פירמע‪,‬‬ ‫איז ווייט נישט אזוי באשיצט פון העקערס‬

‫ווי אזא ריזיגע ריטעיל‪-‬נעץ ווי “טארגעט”‪,‬‬ ‫און אזוי האבן די העקערס געקענט‬ ‫זיך אריינברעכן אינעם סיסטעם פון די‬ ‫קלענערע פירמע וואס האט זיך אפגעגעבן‬ ‫מיט די עירקאנדישאן‪ .‬איינמאל זיי האבן זיך‬ ‫געקענט איינברעכן אין יענעם מאשין איז‬ ‫דער וועג צו “טארגעט” געווען ברייט אפן‬ ‫פאר זיי‪ ,‬ווייל יענע פירמע האט דאך געהאט‬ ‫בארעכטיגטע צוטריט צום סיסטעם‪.‬‬ ‫(און ס’איז נישט געבליבן ביי דעם‪ .‬ווי‬ ‫ס’איז שּפעטער באריכטעט געווארן האט‬ ‫א העקער זיך אריינגעכאפט אינעם אימעיל‬ ‫פון א גרויסן ביזנעסמאן‪ ,‬וויבאלד יענעמ’ס‬ ‫פריזישידער איז געווען פארבינדן מיט‬ ‫יענעמ’ס אימעיל אקאונט וואס אזוי האט‬ ‫עס געהאט אויטאמאטישע צוטריט צו‬ ‫זיין סקעזשול צו וויסן ווען ער גייט אויף‬ ‫וואקאציע אד”ג‪ ,‬און איינמאל דער העקער‬ ‫האט זיך איינגעבראכן אינעם שוואך‪-‬‬ ‫באשיצטן פרידזשידער האט ער שוין‬ ‫געקענט אריינקריכן אויך אין זיין אימעיל‪,‬‬ ‫און ער האט פון דארט ארויסגעשנאפט‬ ‫קריטיש וויכטיגע פינאנציעלע און אנדערע‬ ‫אינפארמאציע‪).‬‬ ‫אויסער נוצן די אפלייענסעס צו אטאקירן‬ ‫אנדערע דרויסנדיגע קאמפיוטערס קענען‬ ‫העקערס אויך אפטון געוואלדיגע שאדנס‬ ‫דורך זיך אריינברעכן אין די אפלייענסעס‬ ‫זעלבסט‪ .‬ביי א יערליכע אינטערנאציאנאלע‬ ‫העקער קאנפערענץ [יא‪ ,‬ס’דא אויך אזא‬ ‫זאך!] וואס איז פארגעקומען אין תל אביב‬ ‫האבן העקערס געוויזן וויאזוי זיי שיקן ארויס‬ ‫א דראון‪ ,‬און ווען דער דראון איז אנגעקומען‬ ‫צו די ‪’46‬סטע שטאק פון א הויכע געביידע‬ ‫האבן זיי דורכ’ן דראון געהעקט די געביידע‬ ‫און אויסגעלאשן אלע לעקטערס‪ ,‬וויבאלד‬ ‫יענע לעקטער‪-‬באלבס זענען געווען פון‬ ‫די סארט ‘קלוגע’ באלבס וועלכע קענען‬ ‫‘רעדן’ מיט’ן בעל הבית‪ ,‬און יעצט האבן זיי‬ ‫געפאלגט דעם באפעל פונעם העקער זיך‬ ‫אויסצולעשן‪.‬‬ ‫נאכמער שרעקעדיג איז געווען די‬ ‫ווארענונג וואס עקספערטן האבן מיט‬ ‫עטליכע מאנאטן צוריק געזאגט פאר די‬ ‫טעכנאלאגיע מאגאזין “ווייערד”‪ ,‬אז העקערס‬ ‫האבן די מעגליכקייט אונטערצוברענגען א‬ ‫גאנצן “פאוער גריד”‪ ,‬ד‪.‬ה‪ .‬דער סיסטעם וואס‬ ‫ברענגט אריין עלעקטריציטעט אין אונזערע‬ ‫היימען‪ ,‬דורך העקן אסאך עירקאנדישאנס‬


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䠀倀 䐀攀猀椀最渀 眀栀攀爀攀 礀漀甀爀 搀爀攀愀洀猀 挀漀洀攀 琀爀甀攀

New wavy and curry styyes in aaa cooors in stock.

䌀伀䴀䴀䔀刀䌀䤀䄀䰀

䐀䔀嘀䔀䰀伀倀䴀䔀一吀 Industry price increase coming. Now is the time to get a wig at current prices.

刀䔀匀䤀䐀䔀一吀䤀䄀䰀

㠀㐀㔀ⴀ㌀㜀㄀ⴀ㘀㠀 ㈀ ㈀㔀 刀伀䈀䔀刀吀 倀䤀吀吀 䐀刀䤀嘀䔀ⴀ匀唀䤀吀䔀 ㈀  䈀 䴀伀一匀䔀夀  一⸀夀⸀  ㄀ 㤀㔀㈀ 栀瀀搀攀猀椀最渀䀀栀瀀搀渀礀⸀挀漀洀 簀 眀眀眀⸀栀瀀搀渀礀⸀挀漀洀

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Hey kids! Here’s your chance to show off what you made! Did you have fun in the snow or the fall leaves? Did you construct something special with Magna Tiles or other building toys? We’d love to show everyone how creative Monsey kids are! Please email or mail your picture to The Monsey View.

Asher Knobloch, 4

Boruch Friedman, 6

Shiffy and Shimon Laufer, 4 and 2

Rivky and Chani Feldman

‫פעגי און ארי ברייער‬

‫’בנימין וואגעל פרייליך צו לערנען די אות ח‬

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Esty Knobloch, 7

Mendy Frieder, 7

Binyomin Itzkowitz

Tzviki Nissan

Shimon Laufer

comments@themonseyview.com THE MONSEY VIEW, 3 College Road, Suite 204, Monsey, NY 10952


‫‪M. Greenfeld, 5‬‬

‫תלמוד תורה עדת יראים וויען‬

‫‪Esty Itzkowitz‬‬

‫‪Yochanan Eichler‬‬

‫‪Markowitz Family‬‬

‫‪Naftuli Tzvi Knobloch‬‬

‫‪Shaya Brailofsky, 4‬‬

‫‪Tzippy and Blimie‬‬

‫פעגי און ארי ברייער‬

‫פנחס‪ ,‬אלעזר ניסן‪ ,‬שמואלי רובין‬

‫& ‪Mordeche, Nuchem, Moishe Halpern‬‬ ‫‪Tulli Schapira‬‬

‫‪Yochanan Eichler‬‬

‫‪Ushi Singer‬‬

‫‪Yanky Twerski‬‬

‫מנחם און ברכי שמעלצער‬

‫מענדי טייטלבוים‬

‫תלמוד תורה עדת יראים וויען א הערליכע פראכטפולע מנורה געמאכט געווארן דורך די טייערע קינדער פון כתה ב’ – הרב קליין‬

‫חנוכה מנורה פין שלום‪,‬יצחק‪ ,‬שמעון שפירא‬


MAIL IN YOUR SUBMISSION FOR A CHANCE TO WIN $25 AT TOYS 4 U!

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INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Draw one of the art ideas from this column. Submissions should be drawn on a standard 8.5” by 11” paper. 2. Color it, using pastel, crayon, paint, marker, or even colored pencil. 3. Clearly label your submission with your name, age and school/cheder. Please write your name and age on the art page, not on a separate paper. 3. Mail your masterpiece to The Monsey View, 3 College Road, Suite 204, Monsey, NY 10952. *Art submissions become the property of The Monsey View and will not be returned.

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Please, Hashem! Allow me to show Your glory to the nations of the world!

We’re sorry, Rabbi! Please forgive us!

10 CHAPTER

We swear to never forget the lesson we learned!

Recap: The Rashash asks the paralyzed gypsies if they will ever again harm a Jew. December 28, 2016 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 113 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484


The Monsey View

ART EXHIBIT Showcasing Our Town’s Talent

iece! Masterp Faigy Neuman, 11, Satmar

Yossy W., 6, Viznitz

Bruchy Tauber, 13, Bais Rochel. Chayala Wertzberger, 10

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er nn i W Miriam Wilhelm, 5, Bobov

Rochel Leah Ciment, Age 11, Skver Contact The Monsey View to claim your prizes.

Lipa Schwartz, 8, Satmar

Runne r Ups!

Esty Hoff, 8, Bas Mikrah

Baily Vizel, Satmar, Grade 3

Y.G. Grade 7

C.S., 9, Yeshiva Avir Yaakov

Rivky Fulop, 10, Satmar

Family S. Viznitz


Dini Grunfeld, 11 Bais Rochel

Sury Ruttner, 7, Viznitz

T. Silberman, 11

Chana R.Tress, 13 Bais Rochel

Esty Lebovits, 6

Ruchy F. 9, Satmar

Surela Langsam, 11, Belz

Avremel Zoberman, 6 Bais Mikrah

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By Ann Zeilingold

Real Estate Does Your FIre Insurance Have You Covered? FIRE. DEVASTATION. FEAR. Uncertainty. Opportunity. What happens to your greatest asset if it is devastated by a fire? What happens to the mortgage? What are the steps that need to be taken immediately if a fire occurs? What happens if one is a tenant and their apartment is devastated by a fire? What if the apartment is not legal? When purchasing a home, the mortgage companies require that all borrowers maintain a homeowner insurance policy. This policy covers the homeowner and the mortgage company in case of loss because of fire and natural or non natural disasters and calamities. Insurance is relatively inexpensive if you consider what the policy covers, and it is important for one to listen carefully to the agent and make sure the proper coverages are in place. If you own a home and rent it out, there are different coverages that you need. It is important to inform the insurance company if you move out of a home and then rent it out. I had a client who owned a condo. She got married and moved away, renting out her condo. She never changed her insurance to a landlord policy. There was a fire. The tenant moved to a new apartment, but the owner was still responsible to pay the mortgage and condo fees even though she had no rent to offset the cost. Had she switched, she would have had additional rent loss coverage and the insurance company would have paid the carrying costs of the unit. Another important question is to find out how they pay their claims. Since the insurance policy will cover the rental of another home while the one that had a fire is being rebuilt, a homeowner is responsible to pay the mortgage throughout. The idea is that since the rent is being covered by insurance, the monthly expenses should still be met. I had a client who lived in a small co-op that was lost in a fire during Hurricane Sandy. Since there were no similar type homes available for rent, her insurance company paid the rent for a 3000 sq. ft. home and they also paid most of the utilities, since at the co-op only the electricity was paid by the occupant.

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Proper insurance coverage protects the mortgage holder, the homeowner and their family.

But different insurance companies cover differently. Another client of mine once purchased a small cape cod in Spring Valley. His insurance premium was $2,200 a year and we had estimated it to be about $1,200 a year. The client suddenly no longer qualified for the loan. When I discussed the premium amount with the client I asked him to see if his agent could reduce the premium. He then explained to me that he was covering his home with 500,000 coverage even though his home cost was $325,000. His reason was that in case of fire, he could then build a huge home because of the additional coverage. After speaking a to a few insurance agents, we discovered that even if one pays for more coverage, the insurance company do their due diligence and will only pay out to a claim to replace what was there initially. Proper insurance coverage protects the mortgage holder, the homeowner and their family. After a fire they will make you as whole as pos-


sible, replacing belongings, renting you a new home, paying for the rebuilding of the burnt home. They cannot replace mementos, like pictures, report cards etc. What if one is a tenant? A tenant is not covered under the homeowner’s insurance policy and therefore they need to have a renter’s policy. I asked three insurance agents regarding illegal apartments, whether if there was a fire originating from the illegal unit, would the claim be denied? I got three different answers. One said, yes the insurance company will cover. Another said, only if you represent the additional apartments to the insurance company, otherwise this can be deemed a misrepresentation and therefore grounds for denial of the claim. Another agent said that the insurance company most likely will do an inspection and if they see illegal units, will not cover the house at all. I say to ask your insurance company this question. Is there any opportunity after a fire? Sometimes there are homes that have had fires and the owner of the property doesn’t fix the home and wants to sell the house as is. Can a home like this get a mortgage loan? The answer is no, but yes. A bank will not lend on a home that is not habitable. But there are renovation loans. These loans will lend a borrower the money through a mortgage loan to repair, renovate and purchase a home without a CO that has gone through a fire or another devastating event rendering the home not livable in its current condition. This situation can present incredible opportunity, but can also pose immense stress and anxiety because this type of renovation is stressful and hard for a regular person to coordinate, especially if they don’t have the right connections or they choose the wrong contractor. While a fire is devastating, proper insurance is key to getting oneself and one’s family on their feet.

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Classifieds FOR SALE BUICK LACROSSE Cx 2006, 83k miles. Great mechanical condition. Asking $3000 or best offer. Call/text 3477376422 2006 CHRYSLER Town and Country Touring Minivan for sale. A/c. 8 seats. Automatic. Runs well. 95,000 miles. $1950 Please call 845499-0404 2009 NISSAN ALTIMA s. 67k miles. Excellent $5900. 9175894445 WE BUY CARS! We come to you! Highest Prices guaranteed! 8662667700 SATURN RELAY MINIVAN 2006 for sales 140K miles asking $1600 Dollars Please call 646-302-5312 I BUY CARS sell your car fast call:845596-3791 FURNITURE MB sets, Regal 4 door breakfront (with table and 6 chairs optional). 10 Black leather seforim room chairs. call:774-8239 LOOKING TO SELL a nice bedroom set and breakfront. Great Price! 642-8069.

3 DOOR WHITE WARDROBE for sale. Excellent condition. 46 wide x 7 4 ¾ high x 19 ¾ deep. $125 Please call 848525-0171 DINING ROOM TABLE Italian in gr8 condition for sale ( with 2 leaf extension) pls call 347-432-6669 MOVING SALE Selling complete dining room & master bedroom set. 1k each. Please call or text 8454183434 SHUL TABLES Strong and long lasting. Metal frames. 12” wide. Please call 845-499-0404. SEFORIM SHANK Gorgeous and in a perfect condition! 7.5’x7.5’. Asking $799. original $2400. Selling due to moving. Call 845-9181753 USED WASHING MACHINE and dryer for sale for good price. Also Milchig gas range. Best offer accepted call/ text 8456626931 FRIDGE FOR SALE 23 cubic foot side by side, glass front fridge. Please call 845-269-8649 24” OVEN in great condition for sale. Please call or txt 201-759-3196 KALLAH JEWELRY Beautiful and expensive, hardly used, for sale. Bracelet, Earrings, Watch,

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// for sale // for rent // dresses & gowns please call & leave message 845-746-6012 WURLITZER PIANO with BENCH, ($325.00) Walnut color, all keys work. Pickup zip code 10986, call 914 8063048. MATERNA Stage2 milk based $30. Call or txt: 347-304-7902 BLONDE KIKI WIG for sale 12-14” length great condition text 917-776-9255 for details ISRAELI GPS for sale. great price. 845.352.0247 SHABBOS CASHMERE SWEATER brand new mocha color, with pompoms to sell. Adorable! 845.352.0247. TAPESTRY LINEN lace dust ruffles, and mattress cover for 44” beds. Call 848-525-0171 CHILDREN’S COAT Brand new, adorable, light gray coat with fur lining to sell for 20 Dollars.size 2. Call 845-445-5427 CANON PIXMA PRINTER & Canon photo paper. (Both new in closed boxes) Orig price over $400 selling $120. Call/text 845.548.2685

TEUTONIA CARRIAGE for sale. great condition. excellent price.3475856153 YAMAHA TYROS 2 in perfect condition for sale. Includes tyros speakers and custom traveling case. Serious inquiries only. C/T 845-213-0978 SNOW TIRES 4 20 i’n tires for sale for $200 please call 845 -461-3084 2 SLATGRID PANELS barely used on wheels (2x6) to sell. Best offer accepted. 845.274.7344 DOUBLE STROLLER Brand new Baby Trend double stroller for sale, black with red trim. $90. 845-2636337 CUSTOM BEDSPREADS Brand new, by Ben barber and accessories 3474862881 BLACK BABY JUNTING Brand new, bunting with removable bottom, for sale $80, Orig $135 from blubelle. 356-0115 BUGABOO DONKEY for sale: great condition, asking $850.00 please call: 352-5878 LOOKING TO BUY used bugaboo frog or cameleon please call 845238-4272


s BABY JOGGER ELITE for sale. New condition. $400. Call 845-362-1364 NORDICTRACK TREADMILL commercial 1500, in great condition, original $800 selling for $250 or best offer 845-354-2167 or 845-8265734 MACLAREN QUEST DENIM for sale. Slightly used, asking $200. Please call: 845.659.8461 NUTRI SUPREME prenatal 90 capsules for sale only 17$ call 352 7201 BUGABOO BEE3 Brand new, with Bassinet option in stone grey. Fully assembled, retails for $949.00 asking $875 OBO call at 845-641-2062

FOR RENT NEW HEMPSTEAD for rent 4 bedroom Spacious Colonial in very desirable kids friendly area 845-6947305 PRIVATE HOUSE New kitchen, freshly painted and scraped, 4 bdrms on Laura pl. Off Pakin. $2,150. Call: 352-5056 5 BEDROOM CONDO, on Wiener Drive fully wheelchair accessible large Porch,C/A, over 2500 sq ft Sec 8 Aprvd $3500 845.425.8000 4 BEDROOM 2 bathroom private house available for rent in airmont, heimishe location,great price, 5168889042 GREAT LOCATION! Beautiful 3 room apartment located on Gwen Lane available now. Second floor, freshly renovated, lots of

windows. Call for details (845) 352-7118 TWO APARTMENTS in Bates area for rent. 4 room apartment in great condition And brand new furnished with one bedroom. 845-7813716 3 BEDROOM APT for rent on Bluefield. 845499-9926 FURNISHED/UNFURN walk-in w/all appliances. Sep entr & driveway. Great 4 chosson/kallah. Short/long term 8458264188 3 BEDROOMS kitchen, dinette, diningroom, huge living-room/ playroom, washer/dryer, storage, available Jan 15th, price negotiable. 845-5178494 WESLEY HILLS APT Newly renovated, walk-in 1 bdrm furnished apt avail for rent in area of Wesley kosher. Pls call 8455795418 BASEMENT APARTMENT freshly painted 3 1/2 rooms for rent Carlton rd. please call 425-0544 MIAMI BEACH Carriage Club North Beautiful 2 Bedrooms, 2 baths, pool, ground floor, oceanfront, backyard. Call: 845-274-3175 3 BEDROOM APARTMENT for rent on Decatur Ave. Available February 1st. Please call 845-222-6244 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT for rent in Bates Drive area. Please call 845.746.7251 BRAND NEW 4 ROOM apartment for rent on Herrick Ave. top floor Asking $1500.00 Please call 845-4252169

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OFFICE SPACE 386 rt 59 3 room plus secretary office $1,700.00 all inclusive 845-425-6565

3 ROOM FURNISHED apt for rent. washer/dryer, freshly painted. private entrance. Available January 1. 845-282-9222

4 ROOMS FOR RENT (1000+sq ft) for office suite w/ inventory storage, Front Walk-in Private entrance, 2 bathrooms, Large windows, N Cole area 845.206.9484

ADAR COURT 2 Bedroom walk-in apartment for rent. Available immediately. Please call 845659-4531. WESLEY HILLS APT Newly renovated, walk-in 1 bdrm furnished apt avail for rent in area of Wesley kosher. 8455795418 STUDIO APT/ OFFICE large room with kitchenette private full bath,private entrance, old nyack 425 -2871 please leave a massage MIAMI BEACH Beaut. Condo for rent w/ porch, prkg, sep. Swim. Avail now till jan 15. 305-673-2423 MIAMI BEACH Nr. Daj shul. Clean, sunny, beaut. Condo for rent. Lg porch. All tiled. Prkg. 718435-3202

1-2 OFFICE SPACE brand new for rent. Windows, AC, closets and more. Preferably female. On west side Ave. Call 845-4995052 NICE ROOM for rent. Good for Office ect. with private entrance on N rigaud. Please Call 347-6932070 RETAIL SPACE Looking for new or existing business to subdivide retail space in a busy shopping center. Please call: 845.517.8343

DRESS/GOWNS SISTER OF BRIDE light color gowns size 00,0 and childrens gowns size 12, and 18 months Call 845-6424968

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MONTREAL SIMCHA?

MOTHER OF BRIDE GOWN Exquisite grey lace beaded gown slenderizing look size 8-10 for sale. Please call or text 845 499 4949

LARGE FURNISHED APARTMENTS BY THE DAY/WEEK/MONTH. Spacious / furnished / center of Outremont / 3-4 bedrooms / up to 10 beds / kosher kitchen / amenities. Reservations: 514.730.3414 SISTER OF THE BRIDE gown size 2-4 for rent/ sale. Pictures available. Please call/text 3474715411. CHILDRENS GOWNS Beautiful children gowns for rent. 2 styles. All sizes available. Great prices. 8452135069. OFF WHITE AND MINT GREEN Sister of bride gown for rent or sale.Size 6 adult Call or text 8456626931 COBALT-BLUE beautiful mechetensta dress/ gown for sale. Size 18-20. 356-3892 WEDDING DRESS size O-2 from this season, for rent. Call 425-4287 GOWNS WITH GLAMOUR Wedding gowns sz 2 - teen rachy silber 845-445-5458 SIZE 4 teal built up for rent $15. Call 425-4287 MARRIED SISTER OF BRIDE designer gown for rent. Size 4 call 8458251040 BLACK & IVORY dress suitable for sister of the bride, or own tenoyim size

2-4-6, reasonable price rent or sell 845-352-2077 DRESSES FOR SALE Or rent Beautiful beige beaded top Machtenista dress size 8 for sale. Also exquisite ivory and gold size 2 sister of the bride dress Call 845-4267656. BLACK SLENDERIZING DRESS size 2-4-6 for sister of the bride or own tenoyim, very reasonably priced 845-3522077 MECHUTENESTA DRESS Magnificent mauve for rent. Size 14. Please call 845-3549332 LITE BLUE DRESS brand new to rent for 475 obo.paid 1700$.Sz 6-8 call/ text 608-6766 YOUNG LADY GOWN Beautiful ivory, slenderizing for rent/sale. Size 12/14 with extra material to let out. Call or text 845-608-9524 CUSTOM SISTER OF BRIDE gown size 2 also 2 custom royal blue childrens gown size 6/8 and 8/10. Call 4256478

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NAVY MATERNITY wedding dress size small/ med for rent/sale. great price! 845 426 3935

BLACK MATERNITY (sister of bride) chasuna dress sz medium for rent Please call me 1347-432-6669 ELEGANT IVORY DRESS for married sis of bride size 12-14 for 5’2 height. Not a gown. Great price! 347-6456857 KLEINFELD GOWN Exquisite, size 0-2 for sale. Call 917-474-5673 KLEINFELD KALLAH GOWN Stunning Size 4-8 For Sale, a masterpiece. CALL: 929271-5605 MARRIED SISTER OF BRIDE Beautiful black and white gown to sell. Approx size 2 please call 845-548-1264

HI/LOW GOWN for sale/rent. black/green color size 18-20 text 917-7769255 EXQUISITE BLACK GOWN size 6 to rent. reasonable price.7183882942 SEEKING GOWN to buy/rent size 2-4 classy gown in the pink family. Call or text pictures to 659-0237. BALLGOWN WEDDING SKIRT for rent! Gorgeous, up to date style; Light gray & dark gray floral print. Size 6-8, $80 Call/text 845.548.2685 NEW GOWN FOR RENT Ivory with coral pink & gold brocade center. Approx Size 6-8. Stunning style & slenderizing fit, Text/Call 845.548.2685

GOWN SALE Magnificent, ivory, size 6 gown for sale. Excellent price. Please call 845-425-0537

SISTER OF THE BRIDE Gown size two, blush, call: 845-608-0020

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LOOKING TO HIRE Upscale jewelry store looking to hire p/t saleswoman, hours: Mon-Thurs 2:306:30pm, f/t Sunday, p/t Fri. Email resume: jewelrypersonal@gmail.com PPC EXPERT Looking for a highly motivated bright guy with exceptional analyzing skills, to manage our PPC on amazon and google. Salary based on experience, a lot of potential growth email resume hrjob10952@gmail. com POSITION AVAILABLE Seeking F/T secretary. Great communication and multitasking skills a must. Must have basic knowledge in computers. Microsoft Excel and QB knowledge a plus. Email resume to10977job@ gmail.com. FULL TIME SECRETARY Looking for an energetic young graduate for f/t secretarial position. Must be able to multitask, computer knowledge a must. Email resume to: Jobs@lwprinting. com MEDICAL BILLING SUPERVISOR Medical Billing Company, Monsey. 3 years of experience in Medical Billing and Account Receivable. Email Resume: meliza.medhr@ gmail.com, Call:718-222-5999 ext 240 MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST position; 9:00-2:00 MondayFriday. Please call (201)3425544 or forward resumes to pedseyesjobs@gmail.com ENTRY LEVEL BILLER Medical Billing Company, Monsey. No experience necessary. Email resume: meliza.medhr@gmail. com,call:718-222-5999 ext 240

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Classifieds LOOKING FOR TEMPORARY TELEMARKETERS for easy to sell raffle campaign. Commissionbased opportunity If you have the skills this job is perfect! Female preferred. Please call (773) 367-0486 RN OR LPN Growing Homecare agency looking to hire RN and LPN. NYS license and CPR certification needed. Trach and ventilator experience a plus. email resume to to cdezorett@marquishc.com or fax 845-205-4179. HAMASPIK NYSHA CLINIC serving the special needs population is currently looking to hire a part time male social worker (LMSW) for our boys program in Monsey, Preferably Yiddish Speaking. Please submit resume to jbrecher@ nyshainc.org or call 718-2669742 ext.303 LOOKING FOR RESPONSIBLE DRIVER to make trips to and from / school/home,to our therapy center call 425-2299 ext.101 GRAPHIC DESIGNER heimishe graphic artist \ secretary is looking for a pt job. call\text 8455383648 DRIVING/PERSONAL CHAUFFER JOB OPENING Hiring a personal driver for a business executive based in Monsey. Flexible availability and a clean driving record a must. E: newyorksnf@gmail. com. AMAZON JOB Looking for someone familiar with e-commerce software ChannelAdvisor to train in one of our staff for 10 hours, willing to pay $100 an hour. Please send email to charles@ beautycentricgroup.com

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Classifieds Referral Bonus Hamaspik of Rockland County is looking to hire BCBA’s to join our newly developed ABA program. Hamaspik is offering a referral bonus of $300. I f you refer a candidate, and candidate is hired, and delivers satisfactory performance after 60 days on the job, you will receive a one-time bonus of $300.00 Please contact Reiny Steif. Email: Rsteif@hamaspikrockland.org Phone: 845-503-0239 Fax: 845-503-1239 CUT /STYLE your hair professionaly in Dr frank area.call Suri @ 845 352 0928 HAIRSTYLES have your hair professionally done at a great price, call now (845) 578-1939. HAIRSTYLING have your done professionally for $12 only, call Baily at 845356-1822 ( Blauvelt area) BLUEFIELD HAIRSTYLING Beautiful styling and cuts. Fantastic prices! 845-5175443 HAIRSTYLIST Beautiful styling for all occasions 10$ call kitty. @ 845-371-6578 Flaubert area HAIRCUTS AND HAIRSTYLES professionally done. Saddle river area for app. Call 845356-5038 READY-TO-WEAR High Quality, 100% Kanekalon, heat resistant, lace top Wigs. Wesley area, Call/Text: 845.402.0944 WASH AND SETS Free pickup. Monsey Blvd. $25-. Call 646-932-3912.

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‫חנוכה בחצרות הקודש‬

‫הגאון ר’ דוד סאלאוויטשיק‬

‫האדמו”ר מבעלזא‬

‫הגאון ר’ יצחק שיינער‬

‫האדמו”ר מבאבוב‬

‫האדמו”ר מסקווירא‬

‫האדמו”ר מסאדיגורא‬

‫האדמו”ר מתולדות אהרן‬

‫האדמו”ר מתולדות אברהם יצחק‬

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‫חנוכה בחצרות הקודש‬

‫אדמו”ר מבית חיים יושע‬

‫אדמו”ר מדושינסקיא‬

‫גאב”ד ירושלים‬

‫אדמו”ר מקרעטשניף סיגוט‬

‫האדמו”ר מפשעווארסק‬

‫אדמו”ר ממונקאטש‬

‫אדמו”ר מסערעט וויזניץ‬

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‫האדמו”ר מקארלסבורג‬

‫האדמו”ר מראחמיסטריווקא‬

‫הגאון ר’ בערל פוברסקי‬

‫האדמו”ר מראחמיסטריווקא‬


PHOTO CREDIT: JDN

Rabbi Halle, father of a student at Yeshiva of Greater Monsey/Cheder D’Monsey, brought in the Sefer that he would be dedicating the following Sunday. The boys got to see the atara, the outlined words, and beautiful klaf.

‫חדר דמאנסי ביי א‬ ‫באזוך ביי חברה הצלה‬

‫קינדער פון ‘משמח’ טרעפן זיך מיט סענאטארן און אסעמבלי לייט אין די סטעיט קעפיטאל‬

‫שבע ברכות בשיכון סקווירא לרגל שמחת הנישואין בבית דומ”ץ סקווירא ירושלים‬

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‫סעודת הודאה כ”א כסלו בחצר הקודש‬ ‫סאטמאר ‪ -‬נ‪.‬י‪ .‬ארמארי‬


PHOTO CREDIT: JDN

‫ מתיבתא בית פנחס שלום‬- ‫סיום מסכת גיטין אין ישיבת בית בנימין‬

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‫שמחת נישואי בן האדמו”ר מיאמפאלא ונכד האדמו”ר ממעליץ‬ ‫אשדוד עב”ג הכלה בת הגרש”י פריזאנט דומ”ץ צאנז יוניאן סיטי‬

‫האדמורי”ם מסקווירא וסקולען בענטשן די מטבעות וואס ווערט אויסגעטיילט פאר יתומים דורך “מתעסקים”‬

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PHOTO CREDIT: JDN

‫סעודת הודאה כ”א כסלו בחצר הקודש‬ 6 ‫ פיער‬- ‫סאטמאר‬

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‫שמחת הבר מצוה לבן האדמו”ר מדעלאטין‬

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