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Tradition, Torah, and a True Friend

This week’s parasha, Shmini, tells us about one of the most festive events on Am Yisrael’s journey to the Promised Land: the dedication of the Mishkan, the Tabernacle. The Mishkan was the temporary temple that accompanied the nation in its wanderings until the Temple was established in its permanent location in Jerusalem. The Mishkan was … Continue reading Tradition, Torah, and a True Friend

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The Key to God’s Blessing – LoveIsrael

Birkat Kohanim, the Priestly Blessing, which we read in this week’s parasha of Naso, is a favorite moment for people who go to the synagogue. In Israel, this blessing is recited every day; outside of Israel, it is recited several times a year. Toward the end of the prayer service, the Kohanim walk up to … Continue reading The Key to God’s Blessing – LoveIsrael

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May 2017 LoveIsrael Founders Message

Dear Lovers of Israel, I am writing to you from Jerusalem the City of God never-to-be divided again, two days before Israel’s 69th Independence Day. It is in my heart to share with you some thoughts and prayers directly from my heart to all Lovers of Israel, you are the watchmen on the walls of … Continue reading May 2017 LoveIsrael Founders Message

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Tradition, Torah, and a True Friend

This week’s parasha, Shmini, tells us about one of the most festive events on Am Yisrael’s journey to the Promised Land: the dedication of the Mishkan, the Tabernacle. The Mishkan was the temporary temple that accompanied the nation in its wanderings until the Temple was established in its permanent location in Jerusalem. The Mishkan was … Continue reading Tradition, Torah, and a True Friend

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LoveIsrael Founder’s Message Pesach 5777

Dear Lovers of Israel, I am writing to you from Jerusalem, The City of God, the eternal capital of the Jewish people, a city never divided again. Just hours before the great holiday of Pesach, (Passover) begins the appointed time of the year the Jewish people celebrate their magnificent passage from Egypt to the Holy … Continue reading LoveIsrael Founder’s Message Pesach 5777

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Pesach 5777

“For Adonai will pass through to kill the Egyptians; but when He sees the blood on the top and on the two sides, Adonai will pass over the door and will not allow the Slaughterer to enter your houses and kill you.” (Exodus 12:23) Pesach is the first of three independent feasts celebrated for eight … Continue reading Pesach 5777

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