Delivered at the OU Israel Center, 24 Iyar 5783 / May 15, 2023 Rabbi Goldscheiders’s shiur for the 2023 Academic Year has been sponsored לעילוי נשמת מרים בת אברהם ע”ה ושם טוב בן שלמה ז”ל Sponsored by Ian Friedbauer for a refuah shelaima for Reuven ben Chana Golda
Orthodox Union Executive Vice President Rabbi Moshe Hauer Reflects on Yom Yerushalyim, which will be celebrated this Sunday, May 29:
It has been a week of tears and of numbness. Every time I read the list of 45 I become dizzy and faint, wincing in disbelief. Too many names to remember and too many tears to hold back. My eyes are fatigued from withholding tears and throat is soar from choaking the pain. Standing with
Three years ago, I had the privilege to celebrate Yom Yerusholayim in Cleveland with my dear mother. Within days, she suffered a stroke that would take her life just weeks later. Oh how she loved Israel. Today she rests in the beautiful hills between Yerusholayim and Beit Shemesh. May this essay be a merit for
Download the Mekorot Recorded at OU Israel’s L’Ayla Rosh Chodesh Sivan 5779 Women’s Event sponsored in memory of Mrs Linda Pruwer-Brachfeld, מרת חיה סאשא בת ר’ יוסף הלל.
The midrash says that Hashem, Bnei Yisrael, the Torah, and Yerushalayim each have seventy names. Yerushalayim is called כלילת יופי. What does that mean? The objective beauty of Yerushalayim and Rav Kook’s letter to the Bezalel School of Art on the occasion of its opening in 1908. Yerushalayim as the center of holiness, kingship, and