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Pinchas: Let’s Learn About “Peace” From Pinchas

The concept of “peace” has been so badly distorted in this generation, that the very mention of the word has come to represent a specific political point of view. What is even worse is that when an opposing point of … Continue reading

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Chukat: The Legitimiate Rights of the Ammonites

The modern concept of “Jewish occupied territories” rears its ugly head in Parshat Chukat and in our haftarah, Shoftim(Chapter 11). We read in our parasha how Og ,the king of Bashan, and Sichon, the king of Ammon, try to prevent … Continue reading

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Vayera: A Forbidden Pact: The Precedent

There is a particular Rashbam in “Parshat Vayira” which Rabbi Kahane brought down constantly. The Rashbam asks: Why is the story of the pact between Avraham and Avimelech adjacent to the story of “Akeidat Yitzchak” which follows immediately thereafter, and … Continue reading

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Peace?

    PEACE! Peace Now! Peace in twelve minutes if only we will give up the “occupied territories.” Peace INSTANTLY! There will be no peace. There cannot be peace. The Stranger sees us as robbers and his national pride and soul … Continue reading

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