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shutterstockThe Less Understandable Request
It is hard to understand the way Moshe and Aharon presented their demands of Paroh, demands which resulted in the freeing of Bnei Yisrael from bondage and their exodus from Egypt.
  • Passing through the Waters … of the Jordan
    The splitting of the Yam Suf, retold in our parasha, was one of the most important events in the story of our Exodus from Egypt. Did David also split the Jordan river?
  • Carrying Nitroglycerin on Shabbos
    Is there a way whereby a person suffering from angina or other heart disease may carry his medication on Shabbos through a public thoroughfare?
  • To Redeem HaShem's Name
    Why is God's name not mentioned from 'vayigash' until 'va'era'? What does this have to do with our redemption?
  • When Will I Be Loved?
    Can you picture a Jewish People, an Israel, loved & admired by the world at large? Seems like quite a stretch, doesn't it?
  • The Wisdom of Women
    One of the special services that the women were able to provide in the construction of the Mishkan was in weaving materials.
  • Sixteen Seders to Egypt
    Exodus sounds far away from us, but is it so?
  • What the Word Bo Really Means
    Since every word of our holy Torah carries with it many layers of significance, it is incumbent upon us to understand why this particular word, Bo, is employed by the Torah to describe a certain situation.
  • Where the Deer and the Antelope Play
    The yahrzeit of Rav Yechiel Yaakov Weinberg, often referred to by the name of his seforim, Seridei Eish, occurs this week. Since a teshuvah by him on the subject of kosher animals is the basis for much of this article, I thought it appropriate to discuss this topic.
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