Yom Haatzmaut

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Yom Haatzmaut
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  • Torah Source for Yom Ha'Atzma'ut
    A historical application of a word found in this week's Parshat Beha'alotkha in Jewish communities throughout the world, showing how it clearly also applies to celebrating Yom Ha'Atzma'ut in our time.
  • Remembering the 6 Day War- Yom Yerushalayim & Declaring New Holidays
    It sounds complicated to declare new holidays, but it's actually not at all. Similarly to allow haircuts and music during the Omer also is simple. Just declaring Hallel with a bracha is more complicated, but an historic return to the forgotten background of the "6 Day War" helps clarify that, as well.
  • No Destruction After Redemption
    It is a well-known Torah truism that a third destruction, following those of the First and Second Holy Temples, will never occur. There will be no Exile following the beginning of the Redemption that we have been experiencing these recent decades and more.
  • Yom Ha'Atzmaut - A Holy Day?
    Our independence day is a happy day, but is it a holy day? We established a state but why do we see it as a day of some special spirtual event?
  • Israel Ind. Day - Missing Link in Ancient Rabbinic Code
    Though the Hebrew calendar date of Israel Independence Day was decided upon by the Israeli government a year after the establishment of the State, their choice of day - the 5th of the Hebrew month of Iyar - received a divine stamp of approval in that this very day filled the missing link in a Rabbinic puzzle of centuries.
  • Blending the Wisdom of Age With the Energy of Youth
    When the Jewish Nation hesitates at important crossroads in history, it may be because we have to relearn how to use our unique national strengths – each of which is suited for a different generation.
  • ריקוד דגלים בכותל
    The Holiness Of The State
    Is it appropriate to celebrate the establishment of the State of Israel which was established according to secular values?
  • דגל ישראל
    Appreciating Miracles
    Thanking God for the miracles and recognizing the good, lies at the very foundation of our redemption. Therefore, if we want God's works of salvation to continue, we must thank Him.
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