It’s ironic that the reality of death is often the greatest force steering the affirmation of life.
The theme of the event was “Together Let us Rebuild our Holy Beis HaMikdash on Tisha B’Av.”
Chaya Aydel Seminary has already established a close connection with France’s Jewish community.
All attendees left with fervent wishes for a swift and lasting peace in Israel.
It is inspirational to see the average Israeli acting with aplomb and going about daily routines no matter what is happening.
Participants wore blue and white, waved Israeli flags, and carried pro-Israel posters.
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The course will be taught once a month for seven consecutive months and is designed for women at all levels of Jewish knowledge.
It is often quite easy to get into a situation. When the situation gets sticky, it is often really hard to get out.
The event included a hands-on challah baking, a candlestick-making workshop, and discussions of the uniqueness of the Jewish woman.
The program is geared to frum girls who are motivated, excited, and eager to experience a year of learning and growth.
Professional cake decorator Terry Lefkowitz recently hosted an Emunah event in her Miami Beach home.
Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez worked with Rabbi Pinchas Weberman and the eruv committee to broaden the eruv in South Florida.
We all have a little voice inside our heads that sends a warning.
The ceremony was capped off with an eloquent speech delivered by class valedictorian, National Merit Scholar and student body president Ethan Danial.
Rabbi Efrem Goldberg of the Boca Raton Synagogue threw out the first ball.
Many thanks for a wonderful year to Morahs Yittie, Tali, Michelle and Chani.
He witnessed and endured unspeakable atrocities in the Shoah and yet was a positive and loving soul.
How can we overcome the lapses that seem inherent to the human condition? Is there a cure?
The new Rishon Lezion was welcomed with great respect by the local Jewish community.
Rabbi Bryn was a shliach of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
As the hours passed, friendships were created and bonds grew strong.