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In this week’s Parsha the posuk teaches us in Perek Heh, posuk alef that the Jews should keep the laws etc. The language used is “Ulmadtem Osam-” you should learn them and “Ushmartem Laasosam-” and keep the laws. This is one of the places...

The architectures of women’s sections in Orthodox shuls differ greatly, offering widely varying experiences for women. The mechitzah which divides the men’s and women’s sections and the situation of the...

The Gemara in Taanis, daf lamed, amud alef says that all mitzvos that apply to an “avel” (mourner) apply on Tisha B’Av. Included in this category is Torah learning. It...

Questions of kosher status sometimes mask larger dilemmas that, when uncovered, demonstrate the complexity of applying straightforward laws. Principles are easy. Life is messy. The rabbis of Kosharot, an Israeli kosher supervision...

Rashi tells us that when Pinchas courageously executed Zimri, the prince of the tribe of Shimon, for engaging in a public act of immorality with Kozbi, the Midyanite Princess, there were those...

A person hired a taxi while traveling up North in Israel. The emergency siren went off and the driver and passenger quickly ran to an underground shelter. After fifteen minutes the all...

One of the great Biblical acts of valor was the zealous execution of the Nasi, Zimri, and the Midianite Princess, Kozbi, by the courageous tzaddik, Pinchas.  Although the Torah rarely...

In this week’s Parsha we learn about the korbanos that were brought on special occasions including Shabbos and Rosh Chodesh. In light of this, Chazal established the davening of Mussaf...

How do we achieve happiness? Different opinions in the Talmud offer a variety of answers. But what is missing from the list teaches the most important lesson. The Talmud offers multiple...