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Ki Tavo

This is an extraordinary parashah near the end of Devarim, the book of Deuteronomy.  It starts on a national theme – entry into the Holy Land, flowing with milk and honey – and then deals with the ceremony of the presentation of the ...

Posted on 30 August 2018, By Alan Orchover

Who should run a nation? The prime minister? The Government? Parliament? Where does their authority come from? The question of who has authority and why is one that animates Parashat Shoftim. The parashah begins by discussing the appointm...

Posted on 16 August 2018, By Rabbi Roni Tabick

Parashat Re’eh is long – it is, in fact, the longest parashah in Deuteronomy – and it contains many different themes. The 126 verses address, amongst other things, the Shalosh Regalim, the laws of kashrut, false prophets, dealing wi...

Posted on 9 August 2018, By James Burns