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Jerusalem Gets New Transportation Network

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Jerusalem–It’s the eternal capital of the Jewish people, built by King David, destroyed by the Babylonians and Romans, and fully reunited by the Israeli Defense Forces under the command of Moshe Dayan in 1967. Jerusalem has always occupied a special place in the heart of every Jew. As twice-serving Russian-born...

Four Days in Poland: The Most Meaningful Trip of Our Lives

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My good friend Rabbi Yaakov Landau had asked me numerous times to go with him on a tour of Poland, along with Rabbi Ari Scharf, Rav Paysach Krohn, with Project Mesorah. I had so many excuses, but in the back of my mind I knew this was important for me, my wife Atara, family and all our readers. This trip was particularly important today because of the constant devastating news from Israel and all the anti-Semitism in the world. Atara and I thought this would be a great opportunity, especially with so many Holocaust survivors no longer living among us.

The trip was much more than we expected in such a meaningful way, and we will never forget all that we experienced. I only hope...

Holding On to Your Airline Miles and Credit Card Points Is a Bad Idea and a Bad Investment!

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By Eli Schreiber

In our last newsletter we highlighted five things NOT TO DO with your credit card miles and points and introduced the concept of holding on to your credit card miles for too long. Before we explain why you shouldn’t do this, it’s important to understand the relationship between airline miles and credit card points. Equally important is understanding that the rewards industry is becoming increasingly more competitive, bringing with it new opportunities to make money and travel the world (whatever your preference for earning miles and points), but also bringing with it new challenges as well.

We will first explain the relationship between credit card points, like...