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Of all the laws in the Parshah—and there are many—why begin with the “regressive” topic of slavery?
The prevention of unjust violence is fundamental to the Torah.
100 years ago this month—unity, humanity and truth overcame a conspiracy of power and hate
In the Beilis trial of 1913 false accusations of ritual murder were leveled against the entire corpus of Torah teaching, the Jewish people generally, and the chassidic movement specifically. Ultimately, Beilis's acquittal was a bittersweet victory; the ce...
The distribution of the word tzedek and its derivate tzedakah in the Five Books of Moses is anything but random.
Question: I don't understand why the rabbis created so many laws to ensure that we do not transgress any of the Torah's laws; don't they trust us to do things right? Answer: Here is an analogy: You insure your house, health, and the things which are impor...
Rav Anan had unwittingly caused an unjust verdict.
Truth and peace are both values, but which do we choose when they conflict?
On Purim, intoxication can even alter reality.
On Purim, intoxication can even alter reality
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