Divrei Torah: Lech Lecha

Rabbinical Alliance of America Salutes US Attorney General William Barr’s Address on Religious Liberty in America

By Rabbi Yehoshua S. Hecht, Norwalk, Connecticut
Member Presidium Rabbinical Alliance of America – Igud Harabonim

November 5th – Election Day, is an appropriate moment to extend in the name of the  Rabbinical Alliance of America a National Rabbinic Organization with  more than 950 member rabbis and chaplains in service of  the American Jewish community – to  extend our approbation and agreement with the contents of the recent speech given by Mr. William Barr on October 11th at the Notre Dame University Law School on the subject of Religious Liberty in America. [...Click headline above for more...] 

Introducing: MS in Cybersecurity and Information Systems

From the desk of Rabbi Leonard (Yehuda) Blank, MS BCC
Director of Chaplaincy Commission and External Affairs
Rabbinical Alliance of America/Igud Harabbonim
917-446-2126 rablenblank@gmail.com

Announcing two Master in Science degree programs from Testing and Training International: MS in Cybersecurity and MS in Information Systems in conjunction with NOVA Southeastern University. [...Click headline above for more...] 

Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan 5780

On Wednesday, October 30, 2019, the Rabbinical Alliance of America — Igud HaRabbonim, representing over 950 American rabbis — convened its monthly conference at Congregation Knesseth Meir in Far Rockaway, New York. Rabbi Mendy Mirocznik, executive vice–president of the Rabbinical Alliance of America thanked Rabbi Betzalel Korn, rabbi of Congregation Knesseth Meir, for hosting the conference and Rabbi Moish Schmerler, director of the Rabbinical Alliance of America, who together with Rabbi Mendy Borenstein and Rabbi Yitzchok Noach Borenstein sponsored the dinner and conference in memory of their respective father-in-law and father Rabbi Shmuel Borenstein, ZT’L, who served for nearly half a century as a teacher (Rosh Mesivta) at YUHSB MTA. [...Click headline above for more...]