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we are reading the book of Vayikra or Leviticus, which contains lots and lots of laws about 'Korbanot' - or 'sacrifices'. Many people find this part of the Bible dry and uninteresting. What's the real message we need to understand to grow closer to G-d?
Minister Katz told the Knesset State Control Committee that he is not prepared to compromise on safety issues, even at the cost of losing popularity.
The phenomenon of "Intermediary Days of Construction" is common in the Arab sector, which takes advantage of the fact that building inspectors leave are on vacation during the three-week of Jewish festivals.
Daily Torah seminars exploring the Jewish message behind sports and the meaning of competition will take place at one of the two Pyeongchang Chabad centers and at the Jewish room in the Olympic Village.
The federal court will now decide the compensation due the Jewish prisoners for the years during which they were forced to "defile themselves by eating religiously prohibited food."
The Jordan Times' version of the King Abdullah's announcement Saturday already scrubbed out the anti-Semitic tidbit, but it was clear that the King is stressed enough by recent events to shake out the ant-Jewish genie in the bottle.
Kosher airline meals are the most expensive type of airline meal served, costing nearly twice as much as standard meals, and offered at no additional cost.
The "occupation" accusation is heard ceaselessly around the world. Yet, ironically, nothing is less of an occupation, and more organic, than the Jewish people living in their ancestral homeland. Join Rabbi Yishai in Hebron to find out more!
More and more Jews are taking advantage of the opportunity to visit our holiest site.
Families always face the dilemma of planning fun and appropriate activities during intermediate days of Passover.
As environmental and religious tit for tat go, in February Adalah fiercely condemned Israel's new 'Muezzin Law,' which set out to curb the imposition of Muslim calls to prayer on non-Muslims.
'The decision regarding eating chametz is personal and there is no place for the legislator to become involved by imposing limits and threatening criminal sanctions.'
The hateful graffiti was smeared on the JCC's exterior near the end of the traditional Passover seder in many local Jewish homes.
The message of Pesach is Aliyah to the Promised Land!
Some Israelis were trying to find alternative routs to reach the Sinai beaches, possibly via Jordan.