{{location.city}} {{location.region}} {{location.country}}
{{zmanim.engDateString}} / {{zmanim.hebDateString}} / {{zmanim.parsha_shabbos}}
~ {{formatTime(zmanim.sunrise)}} ~ {{formatTime(zmanim.sunset)}} Candles ~ Fri.{{formatTime(zmanim.candle_lighting_shabbos)}}

Jewish Holidays

The Translation of the Seventy

February 13, 2014, by

At the beginning of the period of the Second Beit Hamikdash, the Second Temple, the people of Israel lived under Persian dominion. After the fall of the Persian Empire, Greece inherited her place, and Israel was subjugated to Greece. Ptolemy, one of the Greek Kings who succeeded Alexander (The ‘Great’) of Macedonia, wanted the Jewish […]

The Miracle of Translation

February 13, 2014, by

This task which Ptolemy imposed on the 72 Elders was beyond human capacity. The Torah was written so that its content might be open to a great variety of possible interpretations. The Torah was given in the Hebrew together with a prescribed method for interpreting its words, verses and letters; thereby eliciting the wide range […]

11 Cheshvan – Rachel Imeinu Passes Away

February 12, 2014, by

On the eleventh of Cheshvan, while giving birth to her 2nd son, Binyamin, Rachel, the beloved wife of Ya’akov, died, and was buried on the road to Bethlehem. The site of her burial in Bethlehem, south of Jerusalem, known to us by tradition, is covered by a stone edifice. Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem, Israel. For […]

How One Person Can Change the World

November 5, 2012, by

HaRav Grossman the renowned chief Rabbi of Migdal Haemek speaks to hundreds of women at the L’Ayla Women’s Initiative “Reaching Higher” Event on Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan in Jerusalem. This is a unique opportunity to hear Rav Grossman give an hour long shiur in English. The L’Ayla Women’s Initiative is sponsored by OU Israel. For more […]

Tehillim 27

September 26, 2011, by

Presented by Mrs. Rivka Segal at the OU Israel Center in Jerusalem.

© 2016 Orthodox Union | All Rights Reserved