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The goal - Eretz Yisrael

Young religious Zionist Torah scholars: 'Once again, we delve into the mitzvot which apply only in the Land; Shemitta, teruma, maaser etc'

The goal - Eretz Yisrael

Bill to allow working mothers to stay home with sick children rejected by government

Bill would have applied to wives of full-time students, allowing them to utilize sick leave to take care of a sick child.

Bill to allow working mother to stay home with sick kid defeated

To each his appropriate blessing

Same hat.  Same clothes. Same curriculum.  Same Jew.  Same, same, same! Let's give today's young people the chance to use their strengths.

To each his appropriate blessing

MK Orit Strock: The government wants to empty the study halls

Yamina MKs claim to be 'doing everything possible' to enable families of Torah scholars to continue receiving daycare subsidies.

MK Orit Strock: Government wants to empty the study hallsplayer

The vision of Shmitta in our times

Rabbi Kook ztz”l explains that the effect Shabbat has on each individual, Shmitta has for all of Israel. There is a way to maximize that.

The vision of Shmitta in our times

Women's forum protests end to daycare subsidies for Torah scholars

"Politicians weren't elected to occupy government seats; they were elected to represent the values they claim to espouse."

Women's forum protests end to daycare subsidy for Torah scholars

The Torah cautions against sinning in Eretz Yisrael

Young religious Zionist Torah scholars write weekly Torah thoughts centering on the uniqueness of the Land of Israel.

The Torah cautions against sinning in Eretz Yisrael

The hundred and first time

Ask yeshiva bochurim the most critical point of their learning and the answer will be to chazer, to chazer – to review, to review.

The hundred and first time

Disputes, wars and everything in between

Torah and Jewish mentality see disagreement as the ideal state of things, precisely because Judaism isn’t a religion of dogma and conflict.

Disputes, wars and everything in between

The Life of Gadol HaDor Rabbi Meshulam Roth

The life of Rabbi Meshulam Rata (Roth) is not well known, though Rabbi Tzvi Yehuda called him the Gadol HaDor after his father's generation.

The Life of Gadol HaDor Rabbi Meshulam Roth

Matan Torah and Da’at Torah

With all the uncertainty about implications of the Coronavirus crisis, the courageous voice of Rabbi Rabinovich will be sorely missed.

Matan Torah and Da’at Torah

'The Synagogue is not a Place to Meet Friends'

Rabbi of Ramat Gan says that while the shul is the meeting place of the community, it is also a holy place.

'The Synagogue is not a Place to Meet Friends'

Rabbi Yosef’s Chair Empty, but Torah Class Goes On

Rabbi Ovadia Yosef’s sons take over for his weekly Torah lecture, but leave his chair empty.

Rabbi Yosef’s Chair Empty, but Torah Class Goes On