Iron Beam is an air defense system currently in development by Rafael .
Expected to enter service with the Israel Defense Forces in 2015, the system is designed to destroy short-range rockets, artillery, and mortars too small for the Iron Dome system to efficiently intercept.

Did you ever wonder why the Holiday of Passover is called “Passover”? Rabbi David Aaron explores the spiritual meaning behind the name of this holiday, and finds that the deepest theme is surprisingly, love.

From YishaiFleisher.com The Only English Language FM radio show in Israel travels to Florida to meet Ttomorrow’s leaders of Israel today! Listen to this amazing audio as Yishai Fleisher speaks with the young men and women that are going to mold Israel’s future. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4

Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach shares the deepest secrets about Pesach and Freedom!

The Zionist Federation is working tirelessly to support Israel’s cause in Great Britain.  Check out this amazing video highlighting all of their great work

All the rest of the cleaning jobs are either strictures or just made up. When we work hard, we use up our energy and get mad at the kids. You have to educate the kids — but not to educate them to be aggravated:

The Daf Yomi project has managed to spread Gemara (Talmud) study to the masses. This is surely a great thing, but meanwhile intensive Gemara study remains primarily in the halls of the Yeshivot, not reaching the average person on the street.

by Yehuda HaKohen of Machon Meir
While the great detail METZORA gives to unhygienic subjects like leprosy and scabs may seem distasteful to some, these themes actually accentuate the totality of HaShem’s Ideal.

Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu took a turn at backing Matzah yesterday in Kfar Chabad.

Rabbi Yakov Nagen discusses how to inject more spirituality into our gemara learning while grounding Jewish spirituality with textual study.

Part 6 of the 11 part Series: Rav Kook and Art.

The story of her family IS the story of Israel.

Once thought to be made up of only Sweet Concord Grape, Israel has now become a major leader in the wine Industry.

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

The Rambam’s Classic work “Moreh Nevuchim” (Guide for the Perplexed) is considered by many to be the greatest Jewish philosophical work ever. It is also considered one of the most controversial.
Rabbi Shlomo Brody from Yeshivat HaKotel explores the controversy, in this amazing shiur. Enjoy.

The UNHRC agreed to pass five more anti Israel resolutions last week. Check out the report.

By Zvi Ron …not all midrashim have the same status. R. Hai Gaon explains that midrashim that are found in the Talmud are considered to be superior to those found only in midrash collections.

Jerusalem is the most beautiful city in the world, and this video really captures that magic.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are over 39 million blind people in the world. If you take into account people who are considered visually impaired, that number jumps to a whopping 285 million.

Leprosy: Stringency and Leniency

The Torah introduces the code of law that the Priest was to use in order to determine the ritual status of objects stricken with Leprosy, “to pronounce it pure, or to pronounce it impure” (Lev. 13:59).

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