Our Love for Eretz Yisroel
Eretz Yisroel is in danger. It is a time of flux, a time of
Hundreds of thousands thronged to Rabin Square in Tel Aviv a
little over a week ago to express their concern and feeling
for Eretz Yisroel. It was politics too, but there was an
unmistakable concern for Eretz Yisroel itself.
Klal Yisroel -- Only When They Are Unified
This essay was written by HaRav Diskin in response to some
questions which Yated Ne'eman's Rav Moshe Karp put to a panel
of talmidei chachomim. This and the other replies were
published in the Shabbos supplement for parshas Eikev,
5756. These insights are particularly appropriate and
applicable during this Three Week period of mourning.
By HaRav Shimon Moshe Diskin
The Unchanging Transmission of Torah
In the first part, which appeared two weeks ago in the
issue of parshas Bolok, Rabbi Grossman discussed at
length the major innovation in Torah education that was
attempted by HaRav Y. Y. Reiness almost 150 years ago, and
how it was unanimously opposed by all the gedolim at
by Rabbi Nosson Zeev Grossman
To Learn a Lesson -- "These are the Journeys . . ."
The Torah enumerates all of the journeys of Bnei Yisroel,
from the exodus from Egypt until their arrival at the gateway
of Eretz Yisroel, forty-two stations all told. Each stop is
mentioned by name -- which is surprising, knowing how
succinct the Torah is in general.
By L. Jungerman
Keep Away from the Streets and the Squares
The political right wing is once again taking to the streets.
A little more than a year since they themselves so graciously
toppled the right wing government of Binyamin Netanyahu and
returned the Left to power, they have been publicly
demonstrating against Ehud Barak's intention to transfer the
majority of the territories of Yesha to Palestinian hands.
by A. Yitzchaki
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