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Parashat Naso

By Rabbi Nuriel Zargari: The gemara in Nedarim daf 9 tells that Shimon Hatsadik said in all my days only once have I eaten from a Korban of a Nazir, once a Nazir came from the south and I saw that he had beautiful eyes and was good looking with […]



By Rabbi Yosef Shemtov Shavout is the celebration of receiving the Torah at Har Sinai on 6 of Sivan which was 50 days after the Exodus from Egypt. It is very interesting to note that the Almighty told Moshe to ask the people if they were willing to accept the […]


Parashat Bamidbar

By Rabbi Shlomo Zargari: Shalom, in this parasha, there’s a command to count the Children of Yisrael: “שאו את ראש כל עדת בני ישראל” Rav Wolbe זצוק״ל in Shiurei Chumash writes that our process of counting the Children of Yisrael is very different than the election tallies or census that […]


Parshat Behar Bechukotai

By Rabbi David Cohen: And Hashem spoke to Moshe on Har Sinai saying. (25:1) Hashem spoke to Moshe Rabbeinu on Har Sinai concerning the laws of Shemittah, the Sabbatical/seventh year. Rashi asks: Why Shemittah? How is Shemittah linked to Sinai? He explains that the Torah is teaching us that just […]

Parashat Acharei Mot, Kedoshim

By Rabbi Aharon Seleh During these days of Omer, there is a custom in klal Yisrael to read Pirkei Avot. Pirkei Avot are the mishnayot that discuss ethical behavior. The reason Rabbi Akiva’s 24,000 students died, was because they fell short in the proper conduct and respect for each other. […]