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Israel Condemns Vicious Terror Slaughter at Northern Sinai Mosque

At least 200 worshipers were killed and dozens of others were injured in the attack on the mosque.

 

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Where Heaven Meets Earth

Jacob is all alone but as he goes to sleep at night in the open field with a rock for a pillow, he sees a vision of Jewish destiny to the end of time. Also on the show: ClubZ Teens is bringing Zionism to American teenagers and inoculating them against Israel hate.

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Be Fearful of Religion: Parashat Veyetze

Yaakov introduces a great foundation of Halacha: To give a religious moment an ongoing effect it must be translated into the tangible, the mundane. He picks up a rock.

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More than prayer changes G-d, it changes us. It lets us see, feel, and know that “G-d is in this place.” That is why, and where, Jacob, established Ma’ariv, the evening prayer.

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