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Masorti Europe

Last month I was in Berlin and stood outside the house where my father was born.  Two days later, I found where my grandmother was buried in the largest Jewish cemetery in Europe, and said Kaddish over her grave. In common with many...

Posted on 10 May 2016, By Richard Wolfe

Parashat Emor has more verses than any other. It somehow seems apt that a parasha that is so full should also be so troubling to the modern learner. This parasha deals with the Temple, the priests (Kohanim) who serve in it,...

Posted on 10 May 2016, By Dina Pinner