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Parasha of the Week n.06 Toledot (Toldot)

Isaac and Rebekah became parents to twins. Esau became a hunter, while Jacob remained in the camp. Isaac favored Esau, Rebekah favored Jacob. One day Esau sold his birthright to Jacob in exchange for some lentil stew. When the…

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Parasha of the Week Vayera n.04

One day three divine messengers come to Abraham and Sarah, telling them that they will soon have a son. G-d then tells Abraham that the wicked cities of Sodom and Gomorrah will be destroyed. Abraham argues with G-d to spare Sodom, – if at least ten righteous people could be found there – and G-d agrees. ….

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Parasha of the Week Lech Lecha n.03

In this portion we see G-d calling Abram to leave his home and go to the land of Canaan. So Abram and Sarai, together with their nephew Lot, settle in Canaan. G-d blesses Abram, promising him countless descendants, and make a covenant with him. But Sarai is barren. She gives Abram her …

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Parasha of the Week Noach n.02

Then the earth became corrupt. In this portion we see G-d commanded Noach, the only upright man in his generation, to build an ark to save himself, his family, and two of every living thing, for a flood was about to destroy the earth. Noach did so. After forty days of rain, water covered…

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Parasha of the Week Bereshit n.01

In the beginning, in this portion we see how G-d created the world out of chaos. G-d declared all creations good, and then G-d rested on the first Shabbat. The first human beings, Adam and Eve, lived peacefully in the Garden of Eden, until they disobeyed G-d’s commands …

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Parasha of the Week Ha’azinu n. 54 (Haazinu)

Moses describes the Covenant between G-d and the Israelites, urging the Israelites to uphold the Covenant and honor the Torah, so that they may be rewarded with life in the land of Israel. Moses continues his last speech before the Israelites: “You are standing before G-d in order to enter into the …

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Parasha of the Week Vayelech n. 53

Moses describes the Covenant between G-d and the Israelites, urging the Israelites to uphold the Covenant and honor the Torah, so that they may be rewarded with life in the land of Israel. Moses continues his last speech before the Israelites: “You are standing before G-d in order to enter into the …