This week, World Mizrachi, together with IYIM Israel, ZOA and Yashar LeChayal, are distributing 10,000 Mishloach Manot packages to IDF soldiers from the Lebanese border in the North to the Gaza Strip in the South.

By Rav Moshe Taragin

In the ninth chapter, Megillat Esther lists the various mitzvot of Purim. From among this roster, two mitzvot appear to be similar to one another: mishloach manot (sending food to friends) and matanot la-evyonim (gifts to the needy). Although each mitzva consists of an act of giving, the two salient differences between them concern the substance of the gift and the gift’s recipient. Matanot la-evyonim is (1) monetary charity to (2) a poor person, mishloach manot is (1) a gift of food (2) distributed to friends, regardless of their economic station. In structure, however, the two mitzvot appear to be similar.

her achievements just crowned her this year’s Israel Prize winner for Medicine, largely regarded as the state’s highest honor.

By Rabbi Josh Gerstein – Chazon Yechezkel Synagogue, Arab Quarter of the Old City –
Many of the issues and challenges that confront the State of Israel today, seem to revolve around our inability to put aside our differences and to unite together as one people. This problem is not new to today, rather it is a challenge that we as a people have always struggled with.

By Dr. Jill Katz originally posted on YUTorah.org
The View From Jerusalem 538-333 BCE Professor of Archeology and Anthropology at Yeshiva College

by Rabbi Jeremy Gimpel – Never in history have religious Jews hidden behind Torah study to evade defending Jewish lives.

The biography of our dear friend Yisroel Friedman a”h is the history of religious Zionism at its greatest.

Audio Shiur by Rabbi Menachem Weinberg of Machon Meir

VAYIKRA opens with an explanation of the korbanot. And like many other Hebrew words and ideas, the concept of a korban loses its true meaning and essence when translated into the English language.

Rabbi David Milston the Rosh Midrasha of Midrashet Harova responds to this week’s Hareidi protest in Jerusalem.

With all of it’s challenges, Israel remains one of the most technologically innovative countries in the world. This amazing video helps to explain why.

The Book of Leviticus is called by our sages “Torat Kohanim,” the Torah of Priests. Yet when we read this book, we discern that a part of it deals also with topics that do not have to do only with the kohanim, the sons of Aaron, but with the entire Jewish People.

At first glance, the first word of our parasha and sefer, “Vayikra”- “and He called,” seems almost anticlimactic. With the completion of the Mishkan’s construction in last week’s parasha, we would have expected the inaugural celebration. Instead, we are to wait several weeks (in the Torah readings) for the occasion. Almost impatiently, Hashem summons Moshe into the Ohel Moed. There are more laws to learn.

As his name ‘son of Zion’ or ‘Ben-Zion states’, Rabbi Uziel was born in Jerusalem in 1880, the newest member of a very prestigious Sephardi family. His father, Joseph Raphael, was the Av Beth-Din of the Sephardi community in Jerusalem.

Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform religious leaders put aside their differences at AIPAC’s annual policy conference Monday for a joint presentation over their shared love for Israel.

Can ancient prophecies about Israel be true? Is the Bible true or relevant today? This video will put those questions to rest!!

Rav Moshe Speter , Former Rosh Kollel, Washington Kollel, Torah Mitzion
Chodesh Tov! A primer on the laws of Adar!

Rav Kook, Art, and Creativity -On seeing the ideal, the real and the abstrac) – Discussion with Rabbis Chaim Brovender, Yedidya Sinclair and Jeffrey Saks.

Two leaders of the Religious Zionist world express their different views about the Haredi Rally today in Jerusalem. MK Naftali Bennet and Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu.

Amos part 3

Rabbanit Shani Taragin and the Mizrachi Tanach Study Center present a fascinating audio series on the 12 minor prophets. Originally presented at YUTorah.org

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