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Our strength as a people has always lied in our unity, but what is the key to transcending our differences? Rabbi Yitzchok Schochet explores the danger of religious prejudice and judgmental tendencies, and the fundamental imperative to foster loving respect for all. (From a talk celebrating the 19th of Kislev at the Jerusalem Great Synagogue.)

Can the Twelve Tribes Become One People?

Can the Twelve Tribes Become One People?

Looking Beyond the Labels

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Can the Twelve Tribes Become One People?: Looking Beyond the Labels

Our strength as a people has always lied in our unity, but what is the key to transcending our differences? Rabbi Yitzchok Schochet explores the danger of religious prejudice and judgmental tendencies, and the fundamental imperative to foster loving respect for all. (From a talk celebrating the 19th of Kislev at the Jerusalem Great Synagogue.)
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Judging Others, Unity; Oneness, Ahavat Yisrael
Rabbi Yitzchok Schochet is the rabbi of Mill Hill Synagogue, London, UK; member of the chief rabbi’s cabinet; and chairman of the Rabbinical Council.
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Noa brooklyn January 29, 2015

Beautiful and powerful words may each Jew who hear this message blesses Hashem who have created Adam in His image Reply

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