According to the Hebrew calendar, our father Abraham entered the land of Israel in the year 1948. Now in the year 5778, close to 4,000 years have passed. In this journey of millennia, much has happened, from Egyptian slavery to Roman domination, from the tragedies of 2,000 years of European inhumanity to the return of… View Article
Trip to Israel
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This week we read a double Torah portion and also mark one of the saddest days on the Jewish calendar. Tonight we mark Yom Ha’Shoah, the day we remember the six million Jews murdered in Europe during World War II. In reality, we should expand the day to remember not only those Jews murdered by… View Article
This coming Friday night, Jews across the world sit down to what may be the world’s greatest on-going feast: the Passover Seder. Passover has a strange hold on people. Though it is the hardest holiday to keep, (who really likes matzah by day 8?) it is also the most popular. Even the least religious somehow… View Article