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Between the Yeshiva World and Modern Orthodoxy PB

'Should be read by every serious student of modern Jewish history.'

Morton J. Merowitz, Shofar

'Splendid . . . a superlative book, elegantly written, fastidiously researched . . . This is scholarship of a high order.'

Jonathan Sacks, Le'ela

'This is a first rate, scholarly book' 

Mechy Frankel, Tradition

'Shapiro's excellent new study . . . is certainly one of the finest pieces of contemporary Jewish scholarship . . . a monumental study of a great man and a great rabbi. . . . In addition, this study offers the reader a detailed view of the complexities of Orthodox Jewish life in the twentieth century . . . serves not only as a study of Rabbi Jehiel Weinberg, but as a memorial to the vanished world of German Orthodoxy.' 

Zalman Alpert, Algemeiner Journal

'Of genuine distinction . . . Beautifully executed . . . The definitive account of an important subject in the study of the twentieth-century history of Judaism. No-one has to go over this subject again . . . Shapiro takes his place among the most promising and interesting and intelligent scholars of his generation.'

Jacob Neusner, Jewish Post & Opinion

'Thoroughly researched and highly readable . . . an excellently written book, highly recommended for all college-level libraries.'

Yisrael Dubitsky, AJL Newsletter

'We are indebted to Marc Shapiro for his brilliant work that brings to life this major halakhic personality.'

Simcha Krauss, Edah Journal

'No understanding of modern Jewish history can be considered complete without an understanding of how Orthodox Judaism encountered the modern world. Shapiro's study . . . is a major scholarly contribution'. 

Richard L. Rubenstein, American Jewish Congress Monthly

'Shapiro's signal contribution is to present Weinberg in the round: both the public and the private figure.'

David Singer, First Things

'Measured, careful, well-written, and critical yet respectful . . . a fine work of intellectual history and a worthy example of rabbinic biography written in accordance with the best standards of academic scholarship.'

Gershon Bacon, Studies in Contemporary Jewry

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Yeshiva World News

Orthodox Jewish online news publication

Type of businessPrivately held company

Type of site

News, News aggregation, & blogging
Available inEnglish
Headquarters

Brooklyn, New York

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United States

Area servedUnited States, Israel
Founder(s)Judah (Yehudah) Eckstein[1]
Key peopleJudah (Yehudah) Eckstein, Yechiel Spira, Dov Gefen, Chaim Shapiro, Eli Geffen, Chaim Chernoff, Moshe Altusky, Aliza Levine, & Noach B. Rosen.
IndustryNews
URLwww.theyeshivaworld.com
AdvertisingYes
RegistrationOptional
Current statusActive

Yeshiva World News(YWN) is an Orthodox Jewishonline news publication.[2][3] It also has multiple services catering to Jews all over the world.

History[edit]

Yeshiva World News started as a news aggregation blog by its founder Yehudah Eckstein. It has since grown to an independent news source with freelance reporters and photographers, in addition to continuing as a news aggregator.[4] It is known for presenting news of interest to the Orthodox Jewish community. Its web page header says "Frum Jewish News" (frum is the Yiddish term for a religiously observant Jew).It is infamous for posting animated headlines and click-bait advertisements.

The website was redesigned in 2010,[5] and again in 2017. It has sections containing general news items and Israeli news, as well as religious news, and news tailored around Jewish life cycle events and the Jewish calendar. Many features are relevant to Jewish observance, including articles about Torah and Jewish law (halacha), kosher recipes, and the streaming radio feature. The website is frequented very often, and has a high traffic rating on Alexa.

Competition[edit]

Yeshiva World News is one of many online news sites, with Vosizneias, Matzav.com and Hamodia as other options for online frum Jewish news.[6]

A 2008 review by Haaretz of what it calls "the Orthodox Internet rally" also grouped Yeshiva World News, Vos Iz Neias, and Matzav.com as having many strengths, but explains that "the ultra-Orthodox community still demands print journalism" because of "reading taking place on the Sabbath, when all electronic devices are turned off and put away."[7]

Contributors[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Bosch, Adam. "Secular temptations lure Orthodox youth".
  2. ^Nathan, Ben (August 21, 2008). "You Give Them 18 Minutes, They Give You The World". 5 Towns Jewish Times. Retrieved 2009-08-12.
  3. ^"Shooting near Jewish girls' school". WABC-TV. March 17, 2008. Retrieved 2009-08-12.
  4. ^Arnold Dashefsky; Ira M. Sheskin (2019). American Jewish Year Book 2018: The Annual Record.
  5. ^"Check out our newest design" (Press release). Duvys Media.
  6. ^Ben Nathan (August 20, 2008). "You Give Them 18 Minutes, They Give You The World Print". Five Towns Jewish Times. Archived from the original on July 21, 2011.
  7. ^Avital Chizhik-Goldschmidt (August 11, 2015). "Inside the World of ultra-Orthodox Media: Haredi Journalists Tell It Like It Is". Haaretz. Retrieved October 6, 2019.
  8. ^"Elevators pose religious dilemma in Jerusalem". 22 November 2009.
  9. ^http://www.nbn.org.il/news_files/a7ou2.htm
  10. ^"Yechiel Spira and Rabbi Wikler Discuss 2010 Kosher Supervision Guide - Matzav.com". matzav.com.

External links[edit]

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Description

The premier Jewish News site for the world at large. YWN provides the most current up to date breaking Jewish news as it happens.

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Bug Fixes and Improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5

4.4K Ratings

Why 17+?

First off it crashes after 15 seconds(unless you hold your finger down on the article), second, for those of us that filter 17+, this was supposed to be our kosher news source, but the new rating defeats the purpose.

Great to have an app but it takes too long to load

Happy to have the app so I can read news without needing a browser on I phone but it’s frustrating how long it takes to load the app. If you try and do something else while the app is loading, it will freeze. I know this isn’t my phone because this is the third phone I own and they all had the same issue. When you decide to finally wait, it will randomly crash on you and shut off.
Lots of bugs to be fixed

Disappointed

When Yeshiva World originally came out it was an informative and reliable website to obtain news about the frum world in a kosher way. Now I hardly look at the website because it is so slow to load, is so replete with ads and “communicated content” that i can not find the news, and the important breaking news about Eretz Yisroel is posted way after other websites or not at all!! Please shore up your website so that it can be more user friendly. Thank you.

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Information

Seller
Charles Chernoff

Size
69.7 MB

Category
News

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Mac
Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.

Age Rating
17+ Unrestricted Web AccessInfrequent/Mild Realistic Violence

Copyright
© 2012, The Yeshiva World News

Price
Free

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