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Posts Tagged: Shemini

April 17, 2020 9:38 am
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Parshat Shemini: How Judaism Warned of Climate Change and Other Dangers

The story of Nadav and Avihu, Aaron’s two eldest sons who died on the day the Sanctuary was dedicated, is one of the most tragic...

March 26, 2019 3:01 pm
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Parshat Shemini: The Need for Both Hope and Humanity

It should have been the great day of celebration. The Tabernacle, Israel’s first collective house of worship, was complete. All preparations had been made. For...

April 3, 2018 12:24 pm
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When Weakness Becomes Strength

Have you ever felt inadequate to a task you have been assigned or a job you have been given? Do you sometimes feel that other...

April 1, 2016 6:50 am
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Parshat Shemini: Are You Really Eating Kosher?

Kosher animals, as is well known, can be identified by two simanim (physical signs). They must chew their cud, and their hooves must be wholly cloven. (Vayikra...

World

New Faculty Campaign Aims to Show Solidarity With Jewish Students

Over 1,000 university professors will participate in a new campaign to show solidarity with Jewish students experiencing levels of antisemitism that are without precedent in the history of the United...

Israel

About 50 Survivors of Nova Music Festival Committed Suicide, Survivor Tells...

i24 News — Following the Hamas-led massacre at the Nova Music Festival on Oct. 7, about fifty survivors have committed...

Middle East

Hamas, Hezbollah Fighting Continues for Israel on Multiple Fronts Amid Iran...

While the world shifted its attention to Israel's potential retaliation against Iran for its massive attack on the Jewish state...

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