OPINION & COMMENT
If we were asked to summarize our attitude to the late King Hussein Ibn Talal of Jordan in a word, we would certainly decline. It is a good thing that we have some 800 words in which to do so.
Why are there Differences of Opinion
Question: "I can understand that there can be a machlokes about halochos or in divrei Torah, but why is it necessary for there to be differences in hashkofos? This is especially harmful in our period, in which the Torah-true should appear united.
The Miracles and the Masks
This week is parshas Shekolim, and our thoughts naturally turn to Purim. The following essay is about some of the less amusing aspects of the period, and about the preparations we make for Purim.
The Torah's Laws are a Barrier
Against the `Laws' of the Yetzer
Right from the beginning, right after Hashem revealed Himself in the Cloud of Glory to instruct His people in Torah and mitzvos, "civil" laws were given. This is the beginning of all what was to follow in creating a nation of G- d which would know and absorb that there is no distinction between commandments and legislations.
What Are the Key Points in the
Struggle Against the Reform?
It is with great disappointment that the Israeli government and courts continue to give more and more legitimacy to Reform and Conservative and I write this chapter in my series of articles on attempts of various groups and individuals to allow the Reform and Conservative to infiltrate into Israeli society.
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