Israel was not created in order to disappear—Israel will endure and flourish. It is the child of hope and home of the brave. It can neither be broken by adversity nor demoralized by success. It carries the shield of democracy and it honors the sword of freedom.  -  President John Kennedy
     
 

Jewish Torah Insights: The Choice of Every Individual
By Rabbi Avishai DavidThe comparison, made by the Mishna,between Avraham and Bilaam teaches us a lifelong lesson in choosing to use our strengths in the right way. For more inspiring Torah classes visit www.naaleh.com.
Date: 2009-09-14 12:13:37 - Added by: Guest
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57 - Erev Rosh Hashana - (The Laws of Rosh Hashana - Halacha Yomit) Hilchot Elul 9 WebYeshiva
WebYeshiva is the world's first online Yeshiva and Midrasha. To learn more about WebYeshiva please visit our website at http://www.webyeshiva.org. You can also sign-up for a free 14-Day trial to WebYeshiva at http://www.webyeshiva.org/student/register.php
Date: 2009-09-10 20:07:18 - Added by: Guest
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Rabbi Blech Magic
Rabbi Benjamin Blech explains how magic is the foundation for Judaism, as many of its aspects cannot be dissected by science or reason. To hear more teachings like this, visit us at:http://www.sinailive.com
Date: 2009-09-10 19:22:48 - Added by: Guest
Views: 1987 - Votes: 0 - Rating: 0
 
MORE THAN A GOLEM - Rabbi Isser Weisberg On The Occasion Of the 400th Anniversary of the MAHARAL OF PRAGUE (Part 2 of 2)
Examining the roots of Chassidic Thought in the work of the MAHARAL, and how it should impact CHABAD Chassidim 400 years later.
Date: 2009-09-10 13:40:57 - Added by: Guest
Views: 5634 - Votes: 1 - Rating: 5
 
Rabbi DovBer Pinson on Free Will
Rabbi DovBer Pinson explains the different levels of being, and how higher levels can properly instruct our choices.To hear more teachings like this, please visit us at:http://www.sinalive.com
Date: 2009-09-09 19:53:25 - Added by: Guest
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MORE THAN A GOLEM - Rabbi Isser Weisberg On The Occasion Of the 400th Anniversary of the MAHARAL OF PRAGUE (Part 1 of 2)
Examining the roots of Chassidic Thought in the work of the MAHARAL, and how it should impact CHABAD Chassidim 400 years later.
Date: 2009-09-09 19:44:16 - Added by: Guest
Views: 5902 - Votes: 3 - Rating: 3.67
 
57 - Gates of Teshuva with Rabbi Yossi Michalowicz (Exclusive Content - Part #11 On-Going Series)
Highly Inspirational Series in Preparation for the High Holy Days - Westmount Shul & Learning Centre www,WestmountShul,com 905-881-SHUL (7485)
Date: 2009-09-08 21:36:20 - Added by: Guest
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Rabbi Breitowitz on RAMBAM'S 13 Principles of Faith (Part 7A of a continuing series)
The Rabbi examines the last two principles, belief in the coming of the Messiah and Resurrection of The Dead. Last class before a week break.
Date: 2009-09-08 01:28:30 - Added by: Guest
Views: 6974 - Votes: 0 - Rating: 0
 
51 - Nitzavim Deuteronomy 29:9-30:20 Devarim
Rabbi Krebs On Parshat Nitzavim
Date: 2009-09-08 00:09:04 - Added by: Guest
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57 - Jewish Torah Insights: Multi-Dimensional Teshuva
Mrs. Shira Smiles explains the concept of Teshuva, Tefillah, and Tzedaka, and their ability to annul the evil decree. This class is available for free at Naaleh.com in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats.
Date: 2009-09-07 12:26:32 - Added by: Guest
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