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First, Knesset Insider Jeremy Saltan on how Trump might effect Israel's policies, how the Muslim call to prayer in the middle of the night might be noise pollution, and how the small community of Amona is making big waves. Then, on Spiritual Cafe, Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Yishai to discuss Abraham's adventures including praying for Sodom not to be destroyed, having a baby at a hundred and laughing about it, kicking out the "Egyptian" son, and finally, almost sacrificing the miracle child to God.
Abraham was not an isolationist concerned solely with his own interests. Regardless of how despicable the Sodomites were, Abraham started a surreal negotiation with G-d to save them.
Rabbi Draiman is no stranger to personal accomplishment and extensive study.
I believe that the Torah is often morally, deeply, and deliberately flawed, and that furthermore, God Himself intentionally made it flawed. It is the latter issue that I will discuss in this essay.
In this week's video, we close the entire Torah, and we ask ourselves, what lessons can we learn today? How can we be inspired by the Torah's messages, and fulfill our destiny as a people?
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One man's journey from a Pagan village in Kenya to studying Torah in a premier Yeshiva in Jerusalem. On today's Israel Inspired with Ari Abramowitz and Jeremy Gimpel on The Land of Israel Network.
Torah studying gentiles who love Israel and the Jewish people! What is at the core of this movement? What is the motivation? On the latest Israel Inspired on The Land of Israel Network.
This week we will finish up the book of Numbers, which reminds us of all the journeys we have walked, and will continue to walk. This week on The Soul of Israel Shlomo Katz and Ari Abramowitz discuss the question, how does one learn to walk the streets of the world?
A few of them looked to be over five hundred years old due to some of the variant letter shapes and tagim (crowns) that are no longer used.
Any physical act can be transformed into a spiritual experience with the proper thought and intention.
Chabad Rabbi Hanoch Hecht came in second, competing on the popular 'Chopped' cable TV foodie show.