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תגית: Parashat HaShavua

Unite or Die | Parshat Vayakhel – Pekudei

This week’s Parsha is made up of two separate and consecutive Torah portions – Vayakhel and Pekudei. It’s ironic that Parshat Vayakhel (‘he convened’) comes at a time when all public meetings have been forbidden in an attempt to halt the spread of the coronavirus. […]

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Life and Death | Parashat Nitzavim

“Parashat Nitzavim, always comes around during the run up to Rosh Hashanah. The parasha contains the fundamental and foundational concepts of Jewish belief.” Eran Baruch, BINA’s Executive Director, shares his thoughts on this week’s parasha, equality and freedom of choice. […]

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Why Should We Care? | Parshat Vayikra

What do the laws of ritual sacrifice outlined in the Torah have to teach us about being quarantined? In this week’s Parashat Hashavua, Avraham Eisen reflects on equality before the law, equality before pandemics, and what the values behind ancient practices that still have lessons for us today. […]

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Death is Critical to Life | Parashat Ha’Azinu

“… Once a year, Jewish tradition asks us to face our own mortality and to recall what is truly important in our lives – to focus on our connection to one another, on compassion and love”.
Ayala Dekel, a teacher and educator at BINA’s secular Yeshiva, discusses this week’s Torah portion, Parashat Ha’Azinu
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