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"We hope our research will lead to more grassroots programs . . . which bring people from different cultures together through music.”

Ben Gvir, Blocked from March and Temple Mount, Waves Israeli Flag at Damascus Gate

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Israeli Egg Prices to Rise

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Biden’s War on Jerusalem

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‘There Is No Such Thing As Too Much When It Comes To Saving Lives’:...

What differentiates us is that we include everybody – men, women, Jewish and non-Jewish alike – whereas the other Hatzalah groups are composed of Jewish men, in many communities ultra-Orthodox men only.
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Post-Covid & Post-Netanyahu

First, Yishai and Malkah discuss what Israel feels like as Covid restrictions are lifting and as a new and questionable government, replacing "old faithful" Netanyahu, is about to be sworn in. Then, Rav Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai to wonder what God is telling the Jews as a sinkhole opens in Jerusalem on the Torah portion of Korach and the Biblical story of the iconic sinkhole in the desert.

Servant Leadership

Moses represents the birth of a new kind of leadership. That is what Korach and his followers did not understand. Many of us do not understand it still.

Revolting Revolutions

The poshea is not one who tries to rebel but is rather one whose indolence shows that he does not care about the result of his actions.

Drawing Closer

There are many kiruv agencies... but I’m not sure any of their methods is more effective than that restaurant owner with the big white beard who made secular children believe that there was nothing sweeter than bringing Mashiach.

I Walked into an AA Meeting & Walked Out With a Deeper Relationship With God

At the core of recovery is acceptance and submission to God, a recognition that we cannot do it on our own, that we rely on Hashem and can only find the strength to endure and persevere if we attach ourselves to Him. In the heart of the meeting, attendees have the opportunity to share. I was blown away by the insight, depth and sincerity of those who opened their hearts.

Daf Yomi

The New And The Old “…The Kohen Gadol Due To His Fatigue…” (Yoma 56b)


Before summarily dismissing Korach, let's first allow him to speak and examine his claims – perhaps they will allow us to understand whence his self-immolating uprising.

Take Heed

Rashi explains that the Torah coupled these two incidents together on purpose, in order for us to notice that the spies saw what happened to Miriam, but did not learn a lesson from it. In his words: "And these wicked people witnessed it, but did not learn their lesson."

Kindness And Truth

In the case of Yaakov, there was already a covenant with Hashem and mutual expectations.

Redeeming Relevance: Shelach: 10+2 Tribes

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