Have no Fear, “Undercover Mezuza Man” is here! When there’s something strange and your Mezuzah don’t look good, Who you gonna call? Mezuzahbusters! An Op Ed on the recent, so called, mezuzah scandal.
Yosef Hershkop is a resident of Crown Heights Brooklyn. A popular Op Ed writer on world affairs, Yosef takes on a difficult and worrying topic. There are three underage frum boys arrested by the Shabak in Israel, and we must worry that are being tortured.
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Yosef Hershkop is a young member of the Crown Heights community, who has seen the ignorance and apathy of our community in regards to political and governing concepts. In an attempt to educate the members of our community, he penned the following Op-Ed on an important bill that effects us all.
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