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Shema: The Holy One and Only One

The Mitzvah: There is a Biblical injunction to recite the passages of Shema (Deuteronomy 6:4-9, ibid 11:13-21 & Numbers 15:37-41) twice daily, every day...

Commentary on Parshas Vayechi

Did Joseph and his brothers invent the Jewish Ghetto? Goshen in Egypt was the first “ghetto” in Jewish history. Historians say that every place...

Israel Leading Force in Digital Health Apps

The Innovations in Cardiovascular Interventions (ICI) conference held annually in Tel Aviv since 1995, brought together leading international cardiologists, innovators, biomedical engineers, scientists, entrepreneurs...

Connecting with the Avos – One Foot in the Grave

When Yaakov finds out that Yosef is alive in Egypt, he is tempted to join him there. “And Yisrael said, ‘Great - my son...

Parashat Vayigash & the Fast of the 10th of Tebet

“He then kissed all his brothers and wept upon them” The climax of the intrigue woven through the series of parashiyot ...

I Am Yosef!

This week we read the parsha of Va’yigash. In last week’s parsha, the brothers, including Binyamin, came down to Mitzrayim {Egypt}and prostrated themselves before...

Rabbi Yissocher Frand on Parshas Miketz & Chanukah

Forgetting My Father’s Household Yosef had two children, whom he named Menashe and Ephraim. Regarding the naming of Menashe, the pasuk states :...

Chanukah Insights by Rabbi Label Lam

8 - The Symbol of Eternity Here are eight ideas to ponder about Chanukah - little points of light that I hope may brighten...

Mitzvah Lamp – Rabbi Osher Chaim Levene on Chanukah

The Mitzvah: There is a rabbinic commandment to kindle the Chanukah lights to celebrate the military victory at the time of the Maccabees and...

Insights into Hanukkah

From the Writings of the Hakham, Rabbi Ya’aqob Menashe. Hanukkah means dedication. It is also an acronym for Heth Neroth WeHalakha KeBeth Hillel (eight...

Torah Thought on Parshas Vayeishev

Sensitive “To a Tea” And it was, when about three months had passed, that Yehudah was told: Your daughter-in-law has become pregnant through...

Chanukah – Symbol of the G-dly, Eternal Soul

The Festival of Chanukah celebrates two miracles – the miraculous military victory over the Syrian Greeks and the supernatural phenomenon of one small cruse...

Rabbi Raymond Beyda on Parshas Vayeishev

Behind the Scenes “And Midianite merchants passed and they drew Yosef and raised him out of the pit and they sold Yosef for twenty...

Yaakov/Yisrael – What’s in Two Names?

Commentary on Vayishlach “And built an altar there. And he called it E-l E-lokei Yisrael.” (33:20) On its most simple level, the above...

Insights on Parshas Vayishlach

This week we read the parsha of Va’yishlach. As Yaakov was on his way, traveling from Lavan’s house back to his parents home, Va’yishlach...

Chanukah: Lights, Camera, Action!

The festival of Chanukah celebrates the victorious battle of the Maccabees against the Hellenists and how a jar of uncontaminated olive oil miraculously burnt...

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