In their sweet voices they also recited the Mi Shebayrach prayer for Israeli soldiers.
The rabbi bolted from the synagogue. He was apoplectic. His face was red. He grabbed a nearby policeman by the arm.
Dedications are available to memorialize and/or honor a loved one.
The program, touted as an event for “kneading spirituality,” is always a delicious success.
Rabbi Intrator shared in-depth Torah teachings on the significance of Jerusalem and its relationship to the Jewish nation.
Mistrust that has lingered after the fiasco in Ferguson, Missouri, has edged the issue forward.
“The observance of a kosher diet is a key tenet of Judaism, and one which no state has the right to deny,” said Nathan Diament, executive director for public policy of the Orthodox Union.
Two weeks of intense learning in the classroom about Israel culminated with Yom Ha’Atzmaut. Students attended sessions with their teachers and learned about history, culture, military power, advocacy, slang, cooking, and more.
Rabbi Yisroel Edelman, the synagogue’s spiritual leader, declared, “The Young Israel of Deerfield Beach is looking forward to our partnership with the OU. The impact the OU has brought to Jewish communities throughout the country through its outreach and educational resources is enormous and we anticipate the same for our community in Deerfield Beach as well.”
They may have taken the required courses, scored well on the tests, and earned good grades.
“We wanted to shed light on the mystery that surrounds biblical interpretations. This really is an eye-opening course.”
"This added dimension helps the girls with their hashkafa and ability to educate their children. The added light of chassidus helps combat the darkness children are exposed to on a daily basis.''
The joyous event was celebrated by dancing, music, and a bounce house for the children. A lovely catered lunch was provided for all participants.
We have recently witnessed how other minorities deal with even perceived danger aimed at their brothers and sisters. They respond in great numbers.
The Hebrew Academy students took part in all categories and used successful and innovative techniques to achieve their goals.
“The objective behind establishing small communities as places for relocation was a remedy for the excessive cost of housing and education in the large New York metropolitan market,” Mr. Savitsky explained.