Rashi notes Moshe's use of the future tense when addressing the two fighting Israelites.
Though he wanted a child more than anything in the whole world, Rav Yitzchak never complained, but continued to live his life according to the dictates of the Torah.
Ishmael helped spread the Big Lie...
Israel finally has a Foreign Minister who is not ashamed to say the word "God."
Yet the windows of Pesach are crucial. Through them we can see our bitter exile.
Robert F. Kennedy echoed the optimistic spirit of youth when he said, "Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly."
In this week’s parshah Yosef brings his two sons to his father Yaakov to receive blessings before his death. Rashi tells us that when Yaakov was about to bless Yosef’s sons the shechinah left him as a result of some of Yosef’s sons’ evil descendants.
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