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    Bo

    Beating the Concept of the Firstborn

    Rabbi Haggai Lundin | 11 Shvat 5784
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    Bo

    Only New Chometz Apply

    Since parshas Bo includes the prohibitions about chometz on Pesach…

    Since parshas Bo includes the prohibitions about chometz on Pesach…

    Rabbi Yirmiyohu Kaganoff | 11 Shvat 5784
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    Bo

    Not Only Freedom, But Also Great Wealth

    Rabbi Elisha Vishlitzki zt"l | 9 Shvat 5784
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    Covenant & Conversation

    Bo -The March of Folly

    Rabbi Jonathan Sacks | 5 SHvat 5784
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    Parashat Hashavua

    New Month, New Effort

    Harav Shaul Yisraeli – from Siach Shaul, p. 214-215

    Harav Shaul Yisraeli – from Siach Shaul, p. 214-215

    Beit Din Eretz Hemda - Gazit | 5 Shvat 5784
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    Bo

    It's Easy and Simple to Go to Freedom

    Rabbi Haggai Lundin | Shvat 5783
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    Bo

    Renewable Energy

    Rabbi Jonathan Sacks | Shvat 5783
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    Bo

    Sanctifying the New Month & the Land of Israel

    We read in this week's Torah portion of Bo that G-d gave Moshe and Aharon the following commandment: "This month [Nissan] shall be the first of the months of the year for you" (Sh'mot 12,1). It is from here we learn the laws of how the rabbinical court sanctifies the new months and determines the holidays accordingly. One of these laws, as taught in Tractate Sanhedrin, is that this mitzvah may be performed only in Eretz Yisrael.

    Rabbi Avraham Shapira Zt"l | Tevet 5 5783
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    Bo

    Gluten-Free, Sake, and Vegan

    This week’s parsha, Bo, teaches about matzoh, which can be made only from the five types of grain that can become chametz (wheat, barley, spelt, rye, and oats). This gives us the opportunity to discuss kashrus issues related to gluten and non-gluten grains.

    Rabbi Yirmiyohu Kaganoff | Shvat 5783
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    Bo

    Who carried out the 10th and final plague?

    Rabbi Stewart Weiss | Shvat 5783
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    Bo

    Wonder of wonders

    Rabbi Stewart Weiss | Shvat 5783
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    Parashat Hashavua

    Interactions between Yehuda and Yosef over the Generations - Part III

    Rabbi Yossef Carmel | Tevet 5783
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    Bo

    Freedom According to Rav Kook

    Rav Kook's ideas on what true individual and national freedom is and how to attain it.

    Rabbi Ari Shvat | Shvat 5 5782
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    Bo

    Why Do We Constantly Highlight the Exodus?

    Rabbi Stewart Weiss | Shvat 4 5782
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    Bo

    The Day After Tomorrow

    There are many people who live for today; some live for yesterday, while other people live for tomorrow. And then there are those who live for the day AFTER tomorrow.

    Rabbi Stewart Weiss | Shvat 4 5782
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    Bo

    Telling the Story

    The history of storytelling as an essential part of moral education begins in this week’s parsha. The Israelites are still slaves, Yet already Moses is directing their minds to the far horizon of the future.

    Rabbi Jonathan Sacks | Shvat 4 5782
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    Bo

    Drive Forward

    Despite everything Pharaoh is undoubtedly also aware of, he continues his suicidal course. What drives Pharaoh to this extreme?

    Rabbi Berel Wein | Shvat 4 5782
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    Bo

    What's Wrong With Amazon's Kindle?

    E-books are very convenient but they will never replace real books. Why?

    Rabbi Yaakov Asher Sinclair | Shvat 3 5782
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    Parashat Hashavua

    Did Paroh and the Egyptians Do Teshuva?

    After the plague of hail Paroh exclaimed: “I have sinned this time. Hashem is righteous, and I and my nation are the wicked ones” That is quite a change from Paroh’s normal approach, but is it what it seems to be?

    Rabbi Yossef Carmel | Shvat 1 5782
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    3 min
    Bo

    A Spark of Moshiach is in Everyone

    Moment of Wisdom

    Why is it so important to give Am Yisrael the Mitzvah of the sanctification of the month before they leave Egypt?

    Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu | Nissan 3 5781
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