Bais Yaakov Journal Issue 122 (1935)

  • An opinion article by Yaakov Landau titled “For Jewish Immigration (Aliyah)”, arguing for the importance of immigration to the Land of Israel and calling for doing God’s work through actions
  • Y. Ski’s article on the “language wars” in the Land of Israel, the fight against Yiddish in spoken language and in print, newspapers, etc.
  • An article about Nazism by Yehuda Leib Orlean titled “The Philosophy of the Wicked” 
  • I. L. Gersht’s article on Nathan Birnbaum’s scholarship and the criticisms raised against him
  • Avraham Mordechai Rogowi’s essay on race theory, “Man or Animal”
  • Story by Eliezer Schindler (“On the Way of Our Diaspora [Galus]”), poems by Israel Emiat (“A Prayer”, “Eyes of the Soul”, and “My Shtetl”). A scene from a short play by Alter Schnur titled “Back Home”, about five young women, two of them students   
  • K. Nemirover’s “Without Interpretation”, about the financial state of Bnos, with detailed financial records for 1932, 1933, and 1934
  • Heshel Klepfish’s article about Maimonides’ life, and work, marking 800th years since his birth (continued in issues 122, 124-127, and 130) 
  • Short story by Sarah Schenirer, “A Watch”, about Rabbi Israel Salanter and the Musar movement
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