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Each verse starts with another letter of the Hebrew Alphabet--except for nun.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
What is the correlation between the Sabbatical Year and Mount Sinai?

G‑d is not understandable.

But G‑d ponders Himself.

And this mode of pondering Himself He gave to us, dressed in many stories and rituals and ways of life.

Dressed in those clothes, we unite with G‑d in His pondering of Himself.

Maamar Gal Enai 5737.

The last stronghold of Jewish resistance during the 1st-century revolt against the Romans.
Jewish Quizzes
What do you know about this uplifting prayer?
The city's Jewish history is almost as old as the Jewish people.
Jewish News
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Contemporary Voices
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Observing the 72nd anniversary of his passing on 13 Iyar.
Jewish News
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Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Life Lessons From the Parshah - Behar
On that day G‑d made a covenant with Abram, saying: “To your seed I have given this land.”
– Genesis 15:18
The Manna (1313 BCE)
Manna, the "bread from heaven" which sustained the Children of Israel during their 40 years of wanderi... Read More »
Romans Razed Jerusalem Wall (70)
In the year 70 CE (3830 from Creation), Titus and the Roman army laid siege upon Jerusalem, greatly we... Read More »
"Nuremberg Laws" Passed in Hungary (1939)
The Nazi Nuremberg Laws, depriving Jews the rights citizenship, were passed by the government of Nazi... Read More »
Dachau Liberated (1945)
Dachau was the first Nazi concentration camp and the model for the other concentration camps. During t... Read More »
Witold Pilecki Executed (1948)
On this day in 1948 (5708) Witold Pilecki was executed by the Communist Polish government after a show... Read More »
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