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Category: Holidays
26.09.2017 11:51    Comments: 0    Categories: Holidays      Tags: torah  holidays  sukkot  etrog  lulav  harava  hadass  
Where Torah meets science we note a considerable difference: in the Torah we rely first
 
24.07.2017 14:08    Comments: 0    Categories: Holidays      Tags: tisha baav  second temple  holidays  
In his commentary to the Mishnah (Rosh Hashanah 1,3), Maimonides states that the Jews
 
29.05.2017 12:26    Comments: 0    Categories: Holidays      Tags: torah  holidays  haftarah  shavuot  ganzel  
At the beginning of the Book of Ezekiel the prophet describes how "the heavens opened
 
03.04.2017 15:36    Comments: 0    Categories: Holidays      Tags: torah  holidays  pessach  matzot  maror  
The main difference between hametz and matzah is explained in Parashat Bo (Ex. 12:39):
 
10.10.2016 17:33    Comments: 0    Categories: Holidays      Tags: torah  hagim  sukkot  holiday  
Where Torah meets science we note a considerable difference: in the Torah we rely first and foremost on received tradition
 
18.04.2016 11:28    Comments: 0    Categories: Holidays      Tags: jewish  heritage  torah  holidays  pesach  
And they baked unleavened cakes of the dough that they had taken out of Egypt
 
31.03.2015 10:26    Comments: 0    Categories: Holidays      Tags: torah  passover  pessach  
The main difference between hametz and matzah is explained in Parashat Bo (Ex. 12:39):
 
09.01.2014 13:31    Comments: 0    Categories: Holidays      Tags: torah  holidays  new year  tu bishvat  
Tu Bishvat – the Fifteenth of Shevat -- is the date that separates last year’s fruit from next year’s fruit
 
11.03.2013 10:54    Comments: 0    Categories: Holidays      Tags: megilat esther  purim  simcha  
THE STORY OF ESTHER - MEGUILLAT ESTHER - A CLOSER LOOK AT ESTHER
 
18.08.2011 14:01    Comments: 0    Categories: Holidays      Tags: rosh hashanah  day  judgement  wishes  
Rosh HaShanah is called the Day of Judgement. Judgement? What Judgement? Who’s judging? Why do we need to be judged? What’s that all about?
 

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