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Head bowed and cheeks burning, overwhelmed by a sense of self-disgust, I accepted the verdict.
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Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Our mission is not merely to live a holy and wholesome life in Israel; rather, our task is to spread the holiness of Israel to the rest of the world.

The fundamental principle of a free society, the basis to the absolute rejection of totalitarianism and fascism for which we fought a world war, is this:

The individual is sacred. Nothing, not the good of the state, not even the lives of the majority, can override the sanctity of the individual.

What is it that...

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1,000 kids combine summer study and sports in an outdoors environment
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Sigmund Freud, the “father of psychology,” was secular in his professed beliefs and practices. Here is one deeply spiritual insight he knew but did not quite understand.
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Join us for a special women’s Siyum Celebration, celebrating the women who completed the study of Maimonides. An interview by Chana Weisberg with Rivka Marga Gestetner, director of the Mayanot's...
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Texts and Classes Describing the Holy Temple
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Despite your best efforts, you’re carrying an item while walking on Shabbat. So what do you do?
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We may have been the first openly Torah-observant Jews to visit from outside the USSR in 70 years!
Jewish History
Learn how Moses gave the land east of the Jordan to Reuben, Gad, and half of Manassah, on one condition.
The Jewish Woman
The story of Susie (Sarah Bracha) Koroghli, granddaughter of His Majesty King Sisowath Monivong
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I don't understand why there are constant ups and downs and such hardships in the Torah.
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The 99-year-old illustrator’s not-so-secret identity as creator of the Shpy, hero to generations of children
Said Rabbi Eliezer: "Repent one day before your death." His disciples asked him, "Does a person then know which day he will die?" Said he to them, "How much more so should he repent today..."
– Talmud, Shabbat 153a
Jews of Jerusalem are set aflame (1099)
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