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Jewish Holidays

Spiritual Growth for Women During The Three Weeks

July 14, 2011, by

One of Israel’s most influential woman speakers, Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi of Jerusalem, spoke at the Seymour J. Abrams Orthodox Union Jerusalem World Center to a standing-room only crowd of women on “Spiritual Growth for Women During The Three Weeks.” The presentation, part of the new women’s initiative held at the OU Israel Center, L’Ayla, was […]

Parshat Ekev: 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 […]

Jerusalem Connections: In Our Minds and Hearts

June 29, 2010, by

This program aims to inspire each and everyone of us to focus on Yerushalayim and its meaning to the Jewish people. So that next year will realize the millennia-old dream of next year in Jerusalem.

A Hug Forever

June 29, 2010, by

Unfortunately, it still remains the annual rite of a Jewish summer, a jarring contrast to the free-spirited summer fun that occupies Western society; we commonly refer to it as the three weeks, – that saddest period of our calendar – one that commemorates our national tragedies, most significantly, the destruction of the two batei mikdash […]

Tisha B’av Video 5765

June 28, 2010, by

Mourning for what was, hurting for what is, believing in what will be. The OU’s Tisha B’av Video for 5765 featuring Rav Hershel Schachter, Rabbi Dr. JJ Schacter, and Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb.

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