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Parshat Bo

Parashat Bo | Parshat Bo Safeguarding Judaism

Parashat Bo Parashat Bo reaches the high point of the Exodus story, the final 3 plagues and the Jews are free. How do we remember these events? Let's investigate. Parshat ...
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Parshat Vaera

Parashat Vaera – The Pharaoh Complex

Parashat Vaera – The Pharaoh Complex Parashat Vaera Parashat Vaera pits Moses and Aharon against Pharaoh. Pharaoh has no name. Could it be that the Torah is not only talking ...
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Parashat Shemot

Parshat Shemot: Shemot The Road Is Long

Parshat Shemot Parshat Shemot opens our new book, the Book of Shemot - Exodus. Last week we completed the Book of Bereishit with Parshat Vayechi, with Jacob dying and the ...
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Parshat Vayehi

Parashat Vayechi Our Children’s Jewish Connection

Parshat Vayechi This week we read Parashat Vayechi. We continue with the story of Joseph and his two sons Ephraim and Menashe. What makes these 2 boys so special? Why ...
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Parashat Vayigash Being A Judah

Parshat Vayigash Parshat Vayigash Parashat Vayigash teaches us about what it means to care for another Jew. To be the guarantor of a fellow brother and sister. Parashat Vayigash Summary ...
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Parashat Vayishlach

Parashat Vayishlach – Don’t Leave Him Alone

Parshat Vayishlach This week's Torah reading is Parashat Vayishlach. Vayishlach means and he sent. Jacob sends messengers to his brother Esau. They return with an ominous warning. Esau is coming ...
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Parashat Vayeitzei

Parshat Vayeitzei-He Almost Failed

Parashat Vayeitzei Welcome to this week's Torah reading, Parshat Vayeitzei. Jacob is the father of the 12 Tribes of Israel. He instilled within his children the strength to overcome the ...
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Toldot Parshah

Parashat Toldot: Toldot Don’t Be An Esau

Parshat Toldot Parashat Toldot introduces us to the next generation after Abraham. Isaac and Rebecca struggle to have children and it is only after 20 years that they are blessed ...
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