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Palestinian Arab Reps Propose Gaza Deal in Cairo

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Israel Agrees to Another Humanitarian Cease Fire

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Hamas Fires Rockets Next to UNRWA School #HumanShield #WarCrime

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Islamic Jihad Leader Eliminated

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Feiglin Expels Arab MKS Who Call IDF Soldiers ‘Murderers’ [video]

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Former Human Shield: Palestinians Perfected Propaganda War [video]

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US Condemns Israel for Bombing Terrorists near School

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2 Chabad (or Breslev) Israelis Injured by Mortars

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Missile Barrage Over Tel Aviv

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Arabs Stone Cars Near Beitar Illit

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IDF Neutralizes Multiple Terror Targets (with Details)

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Infiltration and Stabbing in Neve Tzuf Halamish Home

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Day 27 of ‘Operation Protective Edge’ – “We Are Keeping All Options for Action Open”

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Israel on ‘Hostage Footing’ Most of Time Since Lebanon Pullout

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The Beautiful Story of a Soldier’s Cup of Joe

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Update on Lt. Hadar Goldin’s Funeral This Afternoon

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Givati, Armored Corps Battle Hamas in Gaza

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Another UNRWA Gaza School Fake-Out, Brought to You By Hamas

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‘Terrorist Infiltration’ was Civilian Scuba Diving Near Ashkelon

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Crossing the Jordan River
 

Posted on: July 31st, 2014

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Unlike the two and a half tribes, when we walk in front of G-d, we must be perfect in our motivation

The Yabok River
 

Posted on: July 23rd, 2014

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Today, we remain Hashem's nachal.

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Posted on: March 21st, 2014

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This week's parsha discusses the sudden and disturbing death of two of Aharon's sons, Nadav and Avihu

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Posted on: January 15th, 2014

JudaismTorah

Food can be eaten to fill your stomach. But food can also be eaten with the intent to recognize Creation and acknowledge the Creator. A bracha is not just a thank you.

YU-011014
 

Posted on: January 10th, 2014

JudaismTorah

For change to become permanent it has to become internalized through new behaviors. Mitzvot have to be observed regularly.

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PTI-122013
 

Posted on: December 20th, 2013

JudaismTorah

Imagine Amram and Yocheved, the parents of Moshe Rabbeinu and Aharon Hakohen. We know who they were, but what do we know of their child-raising techniques? What was the central pillar of their home that helped foster these two spiritual giants?

Safran-120613
 

Posted on: December 6th, 2013

JudaismTorah

In our story a couple of kids discover Chanukah within the walls of a gym.

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Posted on: October 11th, 2013

JudaismTorah

Kindness and hospitality came easily to Lot. As a nephew to Avraham, these qualities were part of his DNA; as a ben-bayis who was raised in Avraham's household bringing in guests was what came naturally.

Safran-100413
 

Posted on: October 4th, 2013

JudaismTorah

The world was created soooo long ago that we can feel like it’s “old news.” But by just opening our eyes and seeing the amazing design of the natural world around us, we can feel like we have front-rows seats to creation. Hashem made the world and everything in it -- including us -- with a master plan. By tuning in to the awesome design in everything around us, we can feel connected to that plan and to Him.

Heston
 

Posted on: August 9th, 2013

JudaismTorah

“The generalities of the commandments necessarily have a cause and have been given because of a certain utility."

Safran-080213
 

Posted on: August 1st, 2013

JudaismTorah

What does it mean to be close to somebody else? One way is to be physically near them, but another, more spiritual way is to try to learn from them and emulate their good qualities. When the Torah instructs us to make ourselves close to, or cleave to Hashem, it doesn’t mean by trying to get to heaven in a rocket ship! Rather it means to think about Hashem and emulate His qualities of kindness, patience, fairness, etc. That is the real measure of how close a person is to G-d.

Life-Lessons-logo
 

Posted on: July 5th, 2013

JudaismTorah

The three weeks period between the 17 of Tammuz and Tisha b’Av, besides being a time to remember and mourn the destruction of the Beis HaMikdash in Yerushalayim, is a very special time to focus on love. The spiritual root cause of the churban and all the other tragedies of Jewish history that resulted from it was sinas chinam, disliking and hating each other for no good reason. So it only makes sense that the way to remedy this is to go out of our way, especially during these three weeks, to try to like and love each other -- even for no good reason.

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Posted on: June 6th, 2013

JudaismTorah

No one lives in a vacuum. No, that doesn’t mean we didn’t get sucked up through a vacuum cleaner hose in the pre-Pesach cleaning frenzy, it means that whether we like it or not, our environment—the people and things around us—makes a big impact on who we are.

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Posted on: May 17th, 2013

JudaismTorah

I watch my children use blocks to build a large structure, observing the trepidation with which they add each block. As the structure becomes larger there is a greater risk of it collapsing, thus bringing an end to an hour of playful labor. I anticipate what will happen when one child adds a block to the top floor, compromising the integrity of the building and resulting in the collapse of the entire structure. The argument that ensues is predictable, as each child blames the other for “ruining” the fun. As an adult, I wonder about the need to attribute blame. Will assigning blame be instrumental in rebuilding the structure?

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Posted on: May 2nd, 2013

JudaismTorah

How can a person make sure that things will work out right? By doing what is right. When Hashem told the Jewish people to rest their fields and not plant any crops every seventh year, shmitta, it was a huge test of faith, as no crops meant no food! But Hashem also told them that if they did what’s right and listen to Him, they wouldn’t lose out because He’d miraculously give them enough crops in other years to more than make up for the year of rest. And that’s what happened.

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Posted on: April 18th, 2013

JudaismTorah

The servant was ecstatic. He was racing to the King’s treasure house to retrieve two precious goblets to place on the King’s very table. Why had he been chosen to be the one to bring these royal treasures? Well, he was the one who had suggested the idea.

Life-Lessons-logo
 

Posted on: April 11th, 2013

JudaismTorah

Even if nobody sees us, everything we do is being watched and recorded on video…by Hashem. Our conscience, that part of us that makes us feel guilty if we do something we shouldn’t have, is Hashem’s loving way of reminding us that He knows what we did, and knows that we’ll feel better, and become better by coming clean and putting it right.

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Posted on: March 28th, 2013

JudaismTorah

Kids today... that’s not the way we behaved when we were younger!! That is the mantra I hear repeated as parents bemoan the spoiled nature and lack of responsibility of today's children. The problem is - it is not a fair comparison.

Shabbat Table
 

Posted on: February 21st, 2013

JudaismTorah

Someone sent me this e-mail: “The ABC’s of Purim: They tried to kill us. We survived. Let’s eat.”

YU-021513-Gratitude
 

Posted on: February 14th, 2013

JudaismTorah

Modim is the only bracha in Chazaras HaShatz that the tzibbur says is because one cannot give thanks to Hashem through the Sheliach Tzibbur, through a messenger. You have to thank Hashem yourself. It is a personal requirement that does not lend itself to be accomplished through an agent.

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