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Jewish News
Dozens were studying in a Chabad synagogue next door

We all suffer a maddening delusion of being something separate from G‑d. The delusion of “I.”

We cannot heal it, because yes, we exist, for He created us.

We cannot live with it, because this chilling notion of otherness is a denial of the truth.

But we can resolve it in the act of learning Torah. In learning Torah...

Ethics & Morality
How does Jewish law approach this topic? What are the expectations, and in what circumstances can confidentiality be overridden?
Jewish History
Answer these 9 questions and see how much you know about great rabbis who shaped Jewish history
Jewish News
Rabbi Rafi Andrusier of San Diego talks about the local ‘chevra kadisha’
Art & Poetry
In ancient Egypt, the study of wisdom was limited to an intellectual elite – the sorcerers and astrologers. Ordinary people had no independent access to wisdom. When the Jews left Egypt, however, G-d...
Ethics & Morality
What Are Its Causes and How Can We Defeat It?
Confession, as of contrition and repentance, is not always sincere. But even the most insincere confession retains a special power to put one on the right track.
Jewish History
Nathan was a prominent prophet during the reign of King David and King Solomon.
Jewish News
Rabbi Shlomo Tawil was beaten by youths shouting anti-Semitic slurs
The Jewish Woman
Too much of our world seems dense and impervious to any glimmer or shard of light. But that nucleus remains. In each of our souls. In each kernel of creation.
Jewish News
Young rabbi returned to build Jewish community in area where he was raised
"Miriam... took a tambourine in her hand; and all the women went out after her with timbrels and with dances..." (Song at the Sea, Exodus 15:20) How did the Israelites have tambourines in the desert? But the righteous women of that generation were certain that G-d will perform miracles for them, and they prepared tambourines and dances while still in Egypt...
– Midrash Mechiilta; Rashi on verse
Moses Ascends to the Top of Mount Sinai (1313 BCE)
"Moses went up to the mountain, and the cloud covered the mountain...for six days. On the seventh... Read More »
Bombing in Cairo Jewish Quarter (1948)
Following the War of Independence (see Jewish History for the 6th of Iyar), citizens in many Arab... Read More »
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