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Law of Return: For Politically Correct Jews Only

With all the atrocities and crimes against Judaism that the Israeli Government has committed since its inception, perhaps there was always one saving grace and merit that protected Israel from the Almighty’s wrath. The Law of Return, that “racist” law … Continue reading

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Yom Kippur: Next Year in Jerusalem, Maybe

The synagogue if filled from end to end.  Every seat is reserved, every inch of space taken up.  The Yom Kippur Neila service is drawing to an end.  A day of repentance, prayer and charity fades to a close.  A … Continue reading

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Vaetchanan: Eretz Yisrael: Part Of Our Identity

In Parshat Vaetchanan, we are witness to a dramatic exchange of words between G-d and Moshe. Moshe opens by requesting of G-d that He allow him to enter the Land of Israel. G-d refuses Moshe’s supplication unequivocally, stating: “It is … Continue reading

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Tazria-Metzora: Faith, Faith, And There Is No Faith

The entire subject of the various skin disorders that are dealt with in Parshat “Tazria” and “Mazora” is perceived as one huge mystery by many. What is the possible importance of all this? A story brought down in Midrash Tanchuma, … Continue reading

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Vayigash: The Exile Self-Destructs For the “Comfortable” Jew

The Egyptian exile which is defined by our sages as the first exile, begins in Parshat Vayigash. Yaakov and sons make “yireda” to Egypt, and from this point onward, the arduous and torturous road from “galut” (exile) to “giula” (redemption) … Continue reading

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Vayetze: Time to Go Home

It is a well-know Torah principle that, “the actions of the fathers are precedents for the sons.” The Rambam in his introduction to the Book of Exodus explains: “All the events (that the founding fathers of the Israelite Nation experience) … Continue reading

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Why Be Jewish?

    It was the Torah that made the Jewish family a warm and close unit where respect and love dwelt in necessary harmony. It was the Torah that turned out youngsters whose passion in life was not drugs and kicks … Continue reading

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