The keys for Israel's future

The self-inflicted folly of Pharaoh, the king of ancient Egypt, and the connection to our reality.

Yitzchak Reuven ,

Beacon of hope
Beacon of hope
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In parashat Bo, G-d pulls the rug out from under the hapless Pharaoh, whose blinding pride has brought him to the brink of annihilation.

But just before G-d drops the hammer on Pharaoh and Egypt, He delegates cosmic responsibilities to the newly forming nation of Israel: reckoning the new moon and preparing the Pesach offering.

Meanwhile, the Pharaonic march of folly gets a reboot in the upcoming Biden Middle East foreign policy.



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