Rav Shlomo Brama, Detroit Kollel, Torah MiTzion Garments of Sanctity Much of Vayakhel and Pekudei – which describe the construction of the Mishkan – pertain to the multiple layers which are used to dress and swathe the Mishkan, the kohanim and the keilim (utensils). Specifically, the Mishkan was covered with wool panels (yeri’ot tzemer) upon which were red-dyed tachash skins; the kohanim wore layers of the bigdei kehunah (the priestly…

Prayer is a human condition. “There are no atheists in foxholes” people say. But what is prayer? Who are we talking to? Are we hoping to change God? Are we hoping to change the future? On this episode of “Israel Inspired”.

“To pretend that this is about anything other than vile and despicable Jew hatred is lie.”

Rabbi Binny Freedman – I was desperate to get a day off; we were still in basic training, and I had barely been in the army three months, but my folks were landing at the airport the next afternoon, and I was hoping my commanders would give me a break as I had not seen head or hair of any family in the two months since I had joined up.

Is there a shul in the world where the Rabbi has absolutely no detractors? Not that I know of. Is there a shul in the world where every single person loves the Rabbi?

By Rabbi Moshe Kaplan of Machon Meir

Enjoy this audio shiur in which Rabbi Kaplan explores the Unity of Existence through the teaching of Rav Avraham Yitzchak haKohen Kook ztl

Israeli Economy Minister Naftali Bennett on Tuesday turned the tables in an interview on BBC’s Hard Talkwhen he asked host Stephen Sackur, “Would you hand over half of Britain to someone who keeps on killing you?”

Rav Yisrael Shachor, Former Rosh Kollel, Chicago Kollel, Torah MiTzion
Gratitude is a broad and profound psychological concept. Its foundations in the laws of the Torah can be found in the mitzvah of honoring one´s parents and the Bikurim – bringing of the first fruits to the cohanim in the Beit HaMikdash.

This is the fourth lecture about the prophetess Miriam. “The Prophetesses of Israel” by Rabbi Allen Schwartz

From the series “Rav Kook and Art”. This is part 3 of an 11 part series given at ATID.

From the Mizrachi Biographies of Great Zionist Rabbis – Realizing that he must actively fulfill his Zionist ideals, in 1936 Rabbi Amiel made aliyah in order to serve as Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv. This area had the largest concentration of Jewish population in the yishuv and presented a great deal of challenges for Rabbi Amiel.

by Rabbi Mordechai Torczyner
A brief shiur examining Rav Kook’s poem “HaShofar”, with its themes of techiyat hameitim and triggering a national return to Israel and to Torah. Originally appeared on YUTorah.org

By Avner Meyrav, NoCamels
Wheeling down a flight of stairs may no longer be a formidable challenge for those confined to a wheelchair.Israeli company SoftWheel has developed a next-generation wheel that has its own inner-suspension system for shock absorption.

Amos – Part 2
Rabbanit Shani Taragin and the Mizrachi Tanach Study Center present a fascinating audio series on the 12 minor prophets.

New live album recorded in Yerushalayim tries to capture the warmth and joy of a chassidic style Farbrengen.

Israeli Company Grows New Bones From Patients’ Fat

By Shiri Wasserman, NoCamels
The average person has two broken bones in their lifetime, which can be caused by everything from arthritis, osteoporosis, accidents and side effects of medications. So it’s no surprise that trying to heal broken bones is as old as medicine itself.

PARSHAT SHEMOT: By Rabbi Jesse Horn – Yeshivat HaKotel

There seems to be a significant contradiction between two of the Ramban’s central themes on Sefer Shmot. Firstly, the Ramban (introduction to Shmot) summarizes Sefer Shmot as a book of “Galut and Ge’ula,” beginning with Bnei Yisrael’s enslavement and concluding with Hashem dwelling among them in the Mishkan.

Hip hop artist Ari Lesser blows the idea that Israel is an Apartheid State out of the water.

The ideal Torah concept of “king” differs greatly from the monarchs who rule over gentile peoples. A Hebrew king is the concentrated expression of the collective Israeli soul – Clal Yisrael – that manifests itself in our world through millions of bodies revealed in time and space as the Jewish people.

There is an interesting statistic I once heard. Lottery winners were asked five years after the event if they were happier now than before they became millionaires. Ninety-four percent said that they were less happy. Sometimes human nature is the opposite of what we would expect.

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