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The Lubavitcher Rebbe, R. Menachem Mendel Schneerson

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The Lubavitcher Rebbe, R. Menachem Mendel Schneerson: Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory (1902-1994); seventh leader of Chabad-Lubavitch, lived in Nikolayev and Dnieperptrosk (Ukraine), Leningrad, Berlin, Warsaw, Paris and New York; built upon and expanded his predecessors’ work to revolutionize Jewish life across the globe; known simply as “the Rebbe”
Even if we feel it necessary to take another person to court, ensure it remains a “case” and does not descend into a “quarrel.”
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The sixth section of the Book of Deuteronomy continues Moses’ second farewell address to the Jewish people. Moses continues to review many aspects of Jewish law, beginning with the laws governing the behavior of Jewish soldiers when they go out (Teitzei, ...
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In the Torah portion of Seitzei we learn:Devarim 25:4. “Do not muzzle an ox while it is treading grain.” Concerning this precept, the Alter Rebbe notesShulchan Aruch Admur HaZakein, Hilchos She’alah U’Sechirus par. 22. that one does not transgress this co...
The vast majority of laws relating to Jewish marriage and divorce are derived from verses in the Torah portion Seitzei.Devarim 24:1 and onward. The relationship between husbands and wives is similar to the relationship between G-d and the Jewish people. I...
In the Torah portion of Seitzei we read:Devarim 22:11. “Do not wear a forbidden mixture, in which wool and linen are together [in a single garment].” This forbidden mixture is known as shatnez, or kilayim. The Torah goes on to state:Ibid., verse 12. “You ...
From the passage in the Torah portion of Seitzei:Devarim 24:1-2. “When a man takes a wife and lives with her … and she goes out … and she becomes...,” we learnSifri, ibid. See also Kiddushin 4b ff.; Yerushalmi , beginning of Kiddushin. that a man may marr...
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