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During the Musaf Shemoneh Esrei of Rosh Chodesh we include a special Tefillah for the mizbeach. We say “Mizbeach hachadash b’Tzion tachin.” (A new mizbeach should be prepared in Tzion.) The...

How fortunate are we that knew and had the opportunity to view and admire the very special midos of Chaim Lobo Silber. I consider myself particularly fortunate that I did not...

Preparations bombard us as we head towards Pesach.  Scouring the house to eradicate chometz, taking down the dishes, selling the chometz to the Rav, buying dresses and suits for the...

(Continued from last week) II. Carrying a Gun on Shabbos The Sages forbade carrying utensils on Shabbos without a reason. Certain utensils contain more restrictions. A utensil primarily used in forbidden work...

The laws of Shabbos are reviewed in this week’s parsha; especially the laws of making a fire. An interesting question arises regarding the following scenario. Reuven sees a Jew driving...

In past articles, we have spoken about the trait of loyalty which is displayed prominently by a dog. The Yerushalmi shares two fascinating stories in this vein. The first concerns...

Laws about gun control serve as perpetual fuel for political debates. However, everyone agrees that some people should carry guns in some circumstances. Whether police officers or soldiers, on duty...

The posuk says, “Six days work shall be done and on the seventh day is Shabbos Shabbason.” Rashi explains that “Shabbos Shabbason” is a full rest, not a temporary rest....