Chabad Hasidism is about to sign an agreement with the Israeli army to bring
to mass recruitment of yeshiva students into the army.

Land of Israel Enables Unified Vision

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

Called the Forgotten War The 1956 Sinai Campaign was one of the most important decisions of the 20th century.

This is the tenth 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.

From Rabbi David Sperling of Machon Meir. Does Halacha allow us to seek out the lenient position in any given situation?

Tel Aviv University yesterday launched the Pears Challenge – a competition for Israeli entrepreneurs that will provide training and support over three months for innovators of international development. The program’s scope will cover agriculture, water, health, renewable energy, education and information technology.

by Rav Yoel and Eliad Bin Nun

“Arei Miklat” (Cities of Refuge) in the Torah were designed to prevent feuds of “vendettas” – a chain of murderers and victims, as is customary in tribal and criminal organizations. Only a certified court will seal a murderer’s fate, whether was in error or willfully.

Yehiel Michael Pines was born in Grodno, in the Russian-held part of Poland, in 1842. His education was unusual in that day for the scion of a notabale, pious family, for he was taught not only Bible and Talmud, but also the German language and its literature.

Yoel – Part 1

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

In the most acute expression by a major U.S. figure, Woolsey addressed the issue of Pollard and claimed that the decision to continue to hold him in prison despite the many years that have passed is unprecedented and stems from, among other things, anti-Semitism.

No country in the world accomplished what Israel did in her first 100 years. Fought off destruction, ingathered and exiled people, revived a dead language, and built the infrastructure for a nation.

Justice Minister Tzipi Livni, released a memo this week regarding the bill to amend the rules pertaining to marriage and divorce, which is designed to provide a solution to the problem of get refusal and the continuation of proceedings before the rabbinical courts, through the means of a pre-nuptial agreement. Today in Israel there is…

New weekly Audio series by Chaim Bravender
Rav Kook, Art, and Creativity Part 1- Discussion with Rabbis Chaim Brovender, Yedidya Sinclair and Jeffrey Saks. Creativity and the Authentic Self

By Yehuda haKohen

“The Zionist, educational spirit the shlichim bring with
them, give enormous added value in the Diaspora. We are pleased to see that
they understand the importance of this, and take an active role in
supporting the shlichim. We hope the increase in shlichim will also lead to
an increase in Aliya.”

How can it be that such a little country can be so much? Watch this majestic tour of the Land of Israel and It’s people.

by Rabbi Yonatan Grossman of Yeshivat Har Etzion
The second half of Sefer Shemot deals almost exclusively with the Mishkan, its vessels and the various commandments pertaining to it. Six lists detailing the structure of the Mishkan and its vessels are included in the sefer. The order in which the vessels appear in these six lists can be categorized into two main “patterns:” a. The first list of vessels, as transmitted to Moshe by God (chapters 25-31). b. The other five lists (chapters 35-41).

Studies have shown that strong friendships lead to greater success in battling illness and higher levels of general life happiness. Friendships have even been shown to contribute to brain health and psycological well being. Join Rabbis Ari Abramowitz and Jeremy Gimpel as they explore the true nature of friendship on this week’s Israel Inspired Podcast.

by Rabbi Binny Freedman – Rosh Yeshiva – Yeshivat Orayta
Can I get in touch with the very real notion that I am meant to be a vehicle for light? Being a vehicle for G-d, being able to see myself merely as the wick for the flame….

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

Rabbi Reuven Taragin explores the religious significance of the State of Israel. The talk was given at Yeshivat haKotel January 28, 2014.

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