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Dr. Aryeh Hirsch
Dr. Aryeh Hirsch
Dr. Aryeh Hirsch is a physician residing in Beit El.
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How we can mature into a nation worthy of its Fathers.
Mother Rivka's Call to Arms: Rav Kook on Jewish Power
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The Noah Principle
Mankind remembers Noah, and the lessons of this week’s parsha still resonate in men’s hearts, 4,116 years after
Summing Up Sukkot: Zman Simchatenu
Connecting Sukkot’s Simcha, brotherly love, and the new cycle of Torah readings which starts this weekend.
Vacationing in This Blessed, Holy Land
A land of streams and springs and underground waters, flowing into valleys and mountains” ( Parshat Eikev, Devarim
Counting The Omer - Then and Today
The writer brings a 'systems analysis' of the Omer period and some thoughts for today.
The Weirdest Things One Could Do
The story of the weirdest of peoples - the Jews - trumps all the phony, hollow and ultimately inadequate human
Purim and the Bomb; Livni or Lau and Begin?
Whom to believe: Livni, a failed politician who was one of Israel’s weakest, wimpiest FM's her weak policies landed
Shiur by Rav Drukman: Sinai and Anti-Semitism
A summary of lectures on anti-Semitism by Rav Chaim Drukman, Shlita.
Chanukkah: The Price (Tag) of Peanuts
Read to the end to understand a Torah view on price tag operations.
Chaim Weizmann and the Heart of the Matter
Zionists today, both with and without kipot, are driven by the same spirit that drove Avraham Avinu so long ago,
Parshat Breishit : Orot Mei’Ofel
The author explains that the Rambam, when writing of happiness, is not saying that we are to serve the Lord happily
Shoftim: Happy Birthday Shimon Peres
You won’t find any 'settler', nor any true son of Israel celebrating the career of Shimon Peres. The parsha helps
Tisha B'Av and the Options Market
We all know the type who has all the “answers” in every situation, but never THE answer, never the solution to
Balak: Much Ado About History
Throught the longterm eyes of history: 70 C.E. versus 2011 C.E.
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