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A Rewarding World

July 28, 2010, by

Our parsha commences with a reward and punishment classic; first, the reward: In the future, as a consequence of your heeding these laws, and your guarding and fulfilling them; Ad-noy, your G-d, will guard for you the covenant and the kindliness that He swore to your forefathers. He will love you, and bless you, and […]

Tisha B’av Kinot 5770

July 20, 2010, by

“I am the Man Who has Known Affliction” – Rabbi Weil’s Kinot from Tisha B’Av 5770. Recorded as part of the Orthodox Union’s Tisha B’Av webcast at Shaarey Zedek Congregation, in Valley Village, California on July 20, 2010.

Tisha B’av Kinot 5770

July 20, 2010, by

“I am the Man Who has Known Affliction” – Recorded at Young Israel of Woodmere on Thursday, July 20, 2010 as a live webcast by the Orthodox Union. 9 Av 2010 Source Materials

Seeking Refuge

July 18, 2010, by

By the Jews, justice happens quickly. For example, on the rare occasion when a capital punishment is invoked, the gap between decision and implementation is less than 36 hours, nor do lashes and general payment/repayment obligation extend for a long period of time. Apparently, death row, protracted justice and seething jails teeming with unrepentant convicts […]