Naso

Parshat Naso (Numbers 4:21-7:89)  Rabbi David Stav  With one hundred seventy-six verses, Parshat Naso is the longest single portion in the Torah. While many diverse subjects are addressed, the case of the Sotah, the suspected adulteress, is unique. The Torah describes a situation in which a man is jealous of his wife, suspecting that, despite her denials, she …

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Yisrael Avital

אהבה ללא גבול – האמנם? ישראל אביטל עלינו ליהנות מהחיים הטובים ולקבל את מתנות ה´ שבכל יום תמיד ולהודות לו עליהן אך מצד שני עלינו לזכור גם שניתן לנו תפקיד בעולם ואיננו כאחת מחיות השדה המונעים על ידי יצרינו בלבד מדור פרשת השבוע של אתר כיפה, ט סיון תשע”ה, 27/05/2015 “הילכו שניהם יחדו בלתי אם …

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Rabbi Shlomo Riskin

This week’s “Shabbat Shalom” has been sponsored by Renee and Jonathan Gutman in honor of Rabbi Shlomo Riskin’s 75th Birthday   Parshat Naso (Numbers 4:21–7:89) Rabbi Shlomo Riskin Efrat, Israel – Few passages in the Bible are as well known as the Priestly Benediction. In Israel, the kohanim (priests) rise to bless the congregation every morning, …

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Rabbi Shlomo Riskin

This week’s “Shabbat Shalom” has been sponsored by Renee and Jonathan Gutman in honor of Rabbi Shlomo Riskin’s 75th Birthday   Parshat Naso (Numbers 4:21–7:89) Rabbi Shlomo Riskin Efrat, Israel – Few passages in the Bible are as well known as the Priestly Benediction. In Israel, the kohanim (priests) rise to bless the congregation every morning, …

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Shabbat Shalom: Parshat Naso (Numbers 4:21-7:89) Efrat, Israel –  “Speak to Aaron and his sons saying so shall you bless the children of Israel, say to them:  May the Lord bless you and keep you.  May the Lord cause His Face to shine upon you and be gracious to you.  May the Lord forgive you and …

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