As part of the “Prophetess of Israel” series, join Rabbi Allen Schwartz in the the further exploration of the life our our Mother Sarah

by Ze’ev Orenstein
Watching Israelis try to cope with snow is not only entertaining but serves as a reminder of the innovative spirit of the nation of Israel. In Israel, most people don’t have ice scrapers, snow shovels or other tools to clean snow and ice off their cars, sidewalks and driveways. Instead, one can find people using bathroom squeegees (which one only seems to find in Israel) to accomplish the same task.

by Mottle Wolfe
OK, I will admit it. I am a huge Roger Waters fan. In the mid to late 80‘s, Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” played in my car cassette player until I finally wore the tape out. I think that his far lesser known “Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking” is one of the best albums ever made. It has all of the Pink Floyd conceptual consciousness shifting trippyness with Eric Clapton leading on Guitar to boot! It was a major part of the soundtrack to my late teens.

by Rabbi Reuven Taragin of Yeshivat haKotel – Originally published on YUTorah The significance, laws and customs of the fast day [sc_embed_player fileurl=”http://stuffjewsshouldknow.com/audio/UnderSiege.mp3″] Download or Listen

As Jeremy returns from his trip to the US, he shares his new understanding of the power of wonder.  Ari, returning from a speaking tour throughout Asia and Europe, shares his unforgettable encounter with the city of Berlin.

by Rabbi Nachman Kahana

Rashi in our parsha alludes to the Gemara (Pesachim 56a) which describes the last hours of Ya’akov’s physical existence in this world, when he gathered his 12 sons to reveal to them what awaits the Jewish nation in the “end of days”.

by , Rabbi Steven Pruzansky. Released: 2012.

This is the third in a series of classes entitled “Great Decisions”. In this series Rav Pruzansky, the Mora D’Atra of Congregation Bnai Yeshurun in Teaneck, NJ, examines some of the most important decisions made by the Jewish People in the 20th Century.

by Rabbi Allen Schwartz. Don’t miss this series from one of the most dynamic Tanach teachers today! The is the first in a series of classes about the Prophetesses of Israel.

Did Israeli archeologist Eilat Mazar, discover part of the ancient fortifications built by King Solomon?

Under his guidance and influence, the First Congress of the Religious Zionists was called in Vilna in 1902. It was here that the name Mizrachi, a conglomeration of the words Mercaz Ruchani (‘SpiritualCenter’) was chosen. Indeed, the Mizrachi party envisioned itself as the spiritual center of the Zionist organization and desired to make Eretz Israel the spiritual center of Judaism.

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