Out goes all the old stuff. In comes the new.
As Minister Bennett explained, "The bill is a way to prevent a future situation in which a temporary majority such as existed under Olmert or Barak would bring about the division of Jerusalem, the heart of the Jewish Nation." Is this threat not reason enough to support the bill?
Please read this article and take note: Over the past week several more young men and women from the greater community have died of suspected overdoses. They are lost forever to their families, to the community, to the world.
The inevitable conclusion of the study was that holding back, delaying gratification, leads to a more stable and positive life.
It appeared that she and her husband were getting a divorce and a sum of money was in dispute, which she now turned over to the rav for safekeeping.
Unfortunately, it has become increasingly difficult for people to afford gastrointestinal healthcare.
Question: When reciting a berachah in English, does a person fulfill his obligation if he says “Hashem” instead of “L-rd” or “G-d”?
Seeing the honor afforded a gentile king or queen provides us with a tangible example of what is in store for us.
Are they disparate events that coincidentally all occurred on the same day or do they perhaps share a common denominator?
A Shidduch Solution
‘Known In A Town For 30 Days…’
(Bava Basra 167b)
Whether we are Israeli or American, let us give thanks for the freedoms we enjoy, and work every day to free others around the world from the chains of anti-Semitism, persecution, and violence.
Where then does Jewish singularity emerge? The clue lies in the precise wording of Bilaam’s blessing: “Behold it is a people that dwells alone.”
Merriam-Webster defines “refugee” as “one who flees; especially a person who flees to a foreign country or power to escape danger or persecution.” But shouldn’t the definition be broadened to someone seeking refuge – period?
The slippery slope of government micromanaging lives inevitably leads to tragedy and oppression
Bilam, accepting Balak’s invitation, became the model for all those who would rise after him. No need to mine history, fwe have contemporary examples of this strategy everywhere we turn. We live in an “age of Bilam.”
It was only when he finally touched down on the much-missed holy soil of Eretz Yisrael that everything began to rapidly spiral out of control.
Why does the halacha not recognize the validity of wills made in accordance with the law of the land?
Perhaps the reason this conflict erupted was for the purpose of reminding us that the Kosel is a holy sanctified place, which must be treated as such.
Either way, the defendant does not have to take an oath to rebut the claim of an uncertain plaintiff.
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