Two-Way Street

A Mazkirut member’s perception of the perception of the Mazkirut It is October 2001, and little Eli Maman is being taken to his first ever Salford BA Sukkah Crawl, probably by his mum, and probably crying his eyes out because all he wants to do was stay at home and play with his wooden trainContinue reading “Two-Way Street”

Sink or Swim: How BAUK Needs to Change

Jack Cohen Editors’ note: The content of this article is in no way representative of the views of Yediot, but its publication reflects the policies and aspirations outlined at the time of its launch (here and here). We hope that resultant debate will be vigorous and respectful, and welcome the submission of articles and letters to the editorsContinue reading “Sink or Swim: How BAUK Needs to Change”