Bais Yaakov Journal Issue 106 (1933)

  • An announcement about “The Yishuv Foundation”, a fund established by Agudath Israel to support Orthodox immigration to the Land of Israel
  • Sarah Schenirer’s essay on “The Three Weeks” of mourning
  • A poem by Eliezer Schindler, “Silent and Holy”, dedicated to Bnos Agudath Israel, and a poem by Israel Emiat, “In a Destroyed Shtetl”; stories by A. I. Lipmanowitz, and “In Jericho in the Heavy Heat”, by an anonymous writer; a translation into Yiddish by Eliezer Schindler of Psalm 23
  • A short description, titled “Be Blessed, Give Power” by Ch. Shlomowitz, a recent graduate of the Krakow Teachers Seminary, on her two years of study and the emotions aroused by her graduation  
  • Shmuel Ostersetzer recounts the story of Raban Gamliel of Yavne, who tried to create unity and peace among Jews and believed that Jerusalem was destroyed because of baseless hatred
  • An article by I.L. Gersht on “Two Revolutions”, Soviet Communism and the rise of Hitler in Germany
  • An article by Joseph Carlebach on “Capitalism, Marxism, and… Religion”, asking what religion can provide, and answering that religion provides meaning and work (continued in issue 107 under the title “Economy and Religion”)
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