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Remarks by Rabbi Brander at the WIHL Graduation Ceremony

The following remarks were delivered in Hebrew by Ohr Torah Stone President and Rosh HaYeshiva, Rabbi Dr. Kenneth Brander, at the graduation ceremony of Rabbanit Dr. Hannah Hashkes, Rabbanit Shira Marili Mirvis, and Rabbanit Chamutal Shoval from the Susi Bradfield

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TOI: Where is my Religious Zionist party?

FEATURED POST Where is my Religious Zionist party? I’ll vote for a party of Torah values that fosters unity, shared purpose, honest dialogue, and a common destiny among different types and stripes of Jews Rabbi Kenneth Brander 23/02/2021 As I

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The Existential Message of the Bikkurim

The Existential Message of the Bikkurim by Rabbi Kenneth Brander With the rainy winter behind them and the summer harvest ahead, Jewish farmers in the time of the Beit Hamikdash would celebrate the year’s bounty by offering Bikkurim, their first

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My Egg, My Husband, Her Womb, Whose Child?

“My Egg, My Husband, Her Womb, Whose Child? Artificial Insemination, Four Parent Babies, Posthumous Paternity and Surrogate Motherhood through the Prism of Jewish Law”, as presented by Rabbi Dr. Kenneth Brander at Limmud 2020

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A rabbinic role model for all

A rabbinic role model for all Rabbi Fabian Schonfeld, a colossal figure in the American rabbinate, dedicated his personal and professional life to the extended private domain. Oped by Rabbi Dr. Kenneth Brander   | December 20, 2020  Rabbi Fabian Schonfeld, a

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Judaism Asks More of Us

Judaism Asks More of Us Transforming this vision from the theoretical to the practical is certainly not simple and will not be without opposition. Oped by Rabbi Dr. Kenneth Brander   | November 5, 2020  When I immigrated to Israel just over

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