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    Yom Hakaddish Haklali

    From Destruction to Revival

    Translated by Hillel Fendel

    Rav Tzvi Yehuda Hakohen Kook, saw the terrible destruction of the Shoah in the context of the great construction of the Redemption. While the Exile was being all but destroyed, he Nation of Israel was being built up in its homeland.

    Rabbi Zalman Baruch Melamed | Nisaan 27 5781
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    IDF Memorial Day

    The Pain and the Pride

    Israel is a roller-coaster, a thrill ride; We are currently in the "sandwich," in the segment between the twin triumphs of our glorious redemption from Egypt, and "Exodus 1948," when we re-established ourselves as a sovereign country.

    Rabbi Stewart Weiss | Nissan 25 5781
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    Holocaust Memorial Day

    Jewish revenge

    We cannot kill all of our enemies nor punish all of those who rise against us. But in our existence and continued intellectual, physical and spiritual development do we refute all of their hateful, false accusations and nefarious plans.

    Rabbi Berel Wein
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    Holocaust Memorial Day

    Ideology Loses

    Rabbi Berel Wein | 5771
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    Holocaust Memorial Day

    Holocaust and Heroism Memorial Day

    Israel's Holocaust and Heroism Memorial Day on 27 Nisan ought to be dedicated to the promotion of the "Jewish family." Certainly the last request of the six million Holocaust martyrs must have been that the Jewish people should persevere and thrive.

    Rabbi Eliezer Melamed
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    Shmini

    Remembering

    Parashat Shemini

    Parashat Shemini

    Rabbi Simcha shtetner | 5766
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    Holocaust Memorial Day

    The Road from Auschwitz

    Rabbi Gideon Weitzman | 5765
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    Holocaust Memorial Day

    Lessons of the Holocaust

    The solution to the anti-Semitism will come when all the Jews immigrate to The Land of Israel.

    Rabbi Zalman Baruch Melamed | Nisan 5753
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    Holocaust Memorial Day

    Our Own Flesh and Blood

    Grappling with the Holocaust

    The deaths of the Holocaust confront us in such monstrous proportions that the mind is overwhelmed. Our own flesh and blood. It is impossible to consider the Holocaust without tears.

    Rabbi Eliezer Melamed | Iyar 5761
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