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Posts Tagged: Mishpatim Torah

February 19, 2020 8:15 am
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Why Each Person in a Community Matters

Just over 25 years ago, on January 12, 1995, an extremely controversial wildlife experiment was initiated at Yellowstone National Park. Eight Canadian wolves were released into...

February 18, 2020 8:15 am
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Parshat Mishpatim: We Must Understand in Our Own Way

Two words we read toward the end of our parsha -- na’aseh ve-nishma, “We will do and we will hear” -- are among the most...

February 1, 2019 11:24 am
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Sight and the Beauty of Torah

I have just returned from Israel, where I spent an exhilarating week with my family. During our short visit, we visited many places and met a...

Features

‘Your People Will Be My People’: A Shavuot Shout-Out to Ruth’s ‘Daughters’

JNS.org - “You shall love the convert, for you were strangers in the...

One New York Family’s Story of Surviving Coronavirus

JNS.org - For Sarit Haviv, 53, of Mill Basin in Brooklyn, New York, the toughest part of having COVID-19 was...

World

Former Vice-Chancellor of Austria Accused of Penning Antisemitic Dedication...

A former vice-chancellor of Austria was accused on Tuesday of having penned a handwritten dedication railing against the "Jewish lust...

Israel

Islamic Hackers Group Claims Responsibility for Cyber-Attack That Exposed P...

A massive cyber-attack has exposed the personal information and credit card numbers of hundreds of Israeli citizens, a cyber-security company...

Middle East

Yemen Pledging Drive Hopes to Raise $2.4 Billion to Save Aid Ops as Virus S...

The United Nations and Saudi Arabia host a pledging conference for war-ravaged Yemen on Tuesday to help raise some $2.4...

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