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In the previous parashah, we talked about how the people asked Moshe to be an intermediary between them and the Almighty. Moshe went up Mount Sinai

The second book of the Torah, Shemot, “Names,” talks about the stay of the descendants of Yaakov in Egypt, which lasted 210 years. During the last

Yaakov returns to his native land.  Here, he will meet with his twin brother Eisav—and Yaakov has every reason to believe that Eisav wants to kill

The Gemarah learns from the pasuk “Lo Yamushu Mipikha Umipi Zarakha Umipi Zera Zarakha Meata Vead Olam” that if three generations of Torah can

In the words of Mr. Nissim Tajir, “Mishpachat Kaikov gave three treasures to Klal Yisrael: Rav Yaakov Kaikov, Rav Chizkiyahu Kaikov, and Rav Elazar

In the city of Karmina (Navayee) lived Mula Haim (Haimoff), a well-respected rav and community leader. However, Rav Haim always aspired to live in

I remember hearing about an interesting custom of some New York Jewish families to keep small rocks from Jerusalem in a cup for display in the house

The following is a short parable/ story I wrote. It explores the weight of our choices and also depicts the sometimes-latent human strength that

The days of awe are marked by judgment, but how do I prove that I have free choice? You may say that you know you have choice because you have the

Winter break was a time of relaxation and inspiration for dedicated Emet Outreach students. Over the span of a month, the Women’s Division led three

Orot hosted a Tu Bi’Shvat challah bake this past Wednesday evening, February 7. Women from around the community united to participate in this holy

The Fourth Grade Boys of YCQ participated in a beautiful melaveh malkah on Motza’ei Shabbat, February 3, while the Fourth Grade Girls had an

Peter Koo, Fransisco Moya, Barry Grodenchik, and Rory Lancman – of City Council Districts 20, 21, 23, and 24, respectively – all won fairly easily

According to an email sent out by MTT late Tuesday night, the Mesivta has just signed to make Shaare Tova on Lefferts Blvd. in Kew Gardens their new

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