Wednesday, July 24, 2019
One of the highlights of this year’s Congress was a resolution declaring the Jewish people a Semitic people, indigenous to the land of Israel.
In this week's parsha, we talk about the value of being a true friend, and receiving true friendship in return.
A new project called was launched in Kiev's Galitsky Synagogue, to help olim begin their conversion process before they actually make aliyah to Israel.
Kagedan had always dreamed of being a rabbi since she was a little girl, but rabbinical school for women did not exist for most of her life.
In this week's parsha we look at the importance of taking care of those around us.
An order of nuns and a British Jewish scribe collaborated to restore an ancient megillah of the Book of Esther.
In this week’s parsha we talk about what it takes to be a true leader.
An Israeli rabbi turns his passion for animals into an interactive museum on the animals of the Tanakh.
Why is it so bad, and why does it feel so good when we speak evil of other people, especially when we recognize that it is wrong?
In this week's parsha we look at resisting temptation.


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