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Meeting Maimonides and his Censor in Venice

Reviewing the 1402 manuscript of Maimonides’ Mishneh Torah at the Jewish Museum of Venice

Meeting Maimonides and his Censor in Venice Rabbi Kenneth Brander | March 29, 2019 “Here we are at a conference in Venice composing a new song in the same place where Jewish books were burned 451 years ago.” I write this at the conclusion of an energizing three-day conference in Venice, Italy in which nearly 50 …

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Worldwide prayer in memory of Pittsburgh victims

Worldwide prayer in memory of the victims of the Pittsburgh massacre Evyatar and Rachel Hacohen, who serve as emissaries in California, initiated a joint prayer of 300 students from 11 schools across the United States and South America. By Yoni Kampinsky, Arutz 7 – 02/11/18 The terror attack in Pittsburgh left the entire world aghast, …

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Acheinu Kol Beit Yisrael


Acheinu kol beit Yisrael – We must always remember that we are all, in fact, one family. On Sunday, Midreshet Lindenbaum‘s Maria and Joel Finkle Overseas Program came together with the Elaine and Norm Darkaynu Program, the Amlat Program and the Israeli post-high school programs to express solidarity with the Pittsburgh community.  Rosh Midrasha Rabbanit Sally …

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A Thousand Words – October 29, 2018

Neveh Channa solidarity with Pittsburgh

Hundreds of OTS students sent love, hope and support to their brothers and sisters in Pittsburgh, PA, following the murderous attack on the Tree of Life synagogue on Shabbat Parshat Vayera.  Students across the network also said Tehillim and held special study sessions for the wounded.  Pictured: OTS Neveh Channah students display unity and support …

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Standing in Sadness and Solidarity

Ner Neshama

The Ohr Torah Stone community in Israel and around the world is shocked and horrified by the senseless murder of worshipers at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh on Shabbat. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of the innocent victims and we extend our best wishes for a speedy recovery to the …

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Am Yisrael Chai!

Am Yisrael Chai! Following last night’s terror attack by Palestinian gunmen, which killed four Israelis and wounded six, tens of young people from the Tel Aviv region came to the Sarona Market complex this morning to show support for the shopkeepers and lift the nation’s spirits. Among them was a group from Bat Yam who participate in …

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