By Daniel Sieradski
Hillel the Hacktivist
In an effort to drive home the point that everyone, regardless of their economic standing, is required to study Torah, the Talmud cites a story of Rabbi Hillel the Elder. Every day, Hillel worked and earned about half a dinar. He spent half of that to feed and clothe his family, and the other half…
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Occupy Wall Street is in exile. Her benches, once bountiful, lay barren. Her sidewalks — a wasteland. Where there were tents bustling with life, there is breeze. As the Book of Lamentations wonders, “How does the city sit solitary that was full of people?” Under cover of night, eschewing the eye of moral scrutiny, Titus…
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