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Tag: Social Solidarity & Social Cohesion

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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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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Fire on Our Face | Parshat Tzav

Passover in the time of Coronavirus reminds us the importance of personal and collective responsibility. In this week's Parashat Hashavua, Maayan Arzi-Melinarski reminds us of the inherent tension between the priests and the prophets, teaching us that, in these strange days, our task to build a just society takes precedence over ceremony and ritual. […]

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The Priest’s Daughter | Parashat Emor

Who is pure, and who is impure? Who gets to dwell inside the camp, and who must stay away? Yael Hirsch-Biderman, BINA's Director of HR, in this week's double-parsha, leads us through questions about ritual purity in the age of COVID-19, what it means to be cast out of the camp – and the cost in returing to our routines. […]

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