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Sharon Katz

Yom Kippur and Spain’s Hidden Jews

September 3, 2020, by

The high holidays are upon us. A package deal – Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur and the days of repentance in between. Across the globe and across time, these days have been commemorated with great reverence by all traditional Jews who were able to observe them. As anti-Semitism grows internationally, outward celebration may diminish. This is

Parshat Noach: Enter Avraham

November 2, 2016, by

Let us set the scene at the end of Parshat Noah. The world is a mess. Ten generations after a flood destroyed mankind (except for the Noah family), Abraham enters to witness the building of a giant tower, planned for a rebellion against G-d. Instead of standing back and shaking his head in frustration, Rashi