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Question: What is Judaism's view on hunting? What rights do animals have according to Judaism? Answer: Some of the worst abuse of animals was, and still is, carried out in the name of sport. A favorite Roman sport was the "hunting" of wild animals inside ...
The Giving of the Torah at Mt. Sinai
The full story of the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai, based on traditional and midrashic sources.
How tefillin saved a person's life again and again -- during the Holocaust and in its immediate aftermath.
The Eras of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph
  Our People, originally published in 1946, was the first Jewish history book for the English speaking reader. Read today, it still provides a comprehensive outline of Jewish history, and also a view of the telling of history as it evolved over the l...
Brief sketches of heroes from our nation's past from the children's monthly Talks and Tales (published 1941–1989). Each article is a portrait of one personality, some famous and some commonplace, giving us a perspective on his time-period, his deeds...
The laws of rising in the morning, washing the hands in the morning, dressing and walking, decency in the lavatory, cleanliness for prayer or torah study, benedictions, morning benedictions and the laws before prayer
To world Jewry, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, was a recognized leader and champion of Torah-true Judaism, who sacrificed himself all his life for the benefit of his people. To numerous individuals in all walks of life, he was ...
(5534-5588; 1773-1827)
Rabbi Dov Ber was the famous son of a very famous father-Rabbi Schneur Zalman, the founder of Chabad, and of the distinguished line of the Schneerson family of Lubavitcher Rabbis. Rabbi Dov Ber was the oldest of three sons, and he succeeded his father as ...
1. Some three hundred years ago, in the city of Vienna, capital of Austria, there lived a famous rabbi, Rabbi Samson Wertheimer. (Rabbi Samson Wertheimer was born in Worms in 1658 and died in Vienna at the age of 66. Through his great friend, Samuel Oppen...
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