Our Own Exodus from Our Own Egypt
The sifrei mussar say that the kernel of golus
Mitzrayim is found in every generation, and we always
have to uproot it. Spiritually and culturally the same
problems come up generation after generation, and we must
work to overcome them.
The Redemption from Egypt: The Start of Our Future
"Ben Zoma said to the Chachomim: `Will we [still]
mention yetzias Mitzrayim when Moshiach comes? Is it
not already written, "Therefore behold, days are coming,
says Hashem, when it will no more be said, `As Hashem lives
that brought up bnei Yisroel from the land of Egypt,'
but `as Hashem lives that brought up bnei Yisroel
from the land of the north and from all the lands into which
he had driven them?'
by HaRav Yosef Berl zt'l
Yeshivos Bein Hazmanim: Protective Wall for Am
"How fortunate are you students of Yeshivas Bein Hazmanim
who are extending the zman. You protect this city as
well as all residents of Eretz Hakodesh and all of Klal
Yisroel in the merit of your Torah study. You cannot
fathom the extent of your chesed on behalf of Klal
Yisroel. The world is maintained in the merit of your
by A. Cohen
Intensive Torah Study in Turbulent Times
As we prepare for Pesach our enemies do not rest,
Rachmono litzlan. Yet we continue with our learning
by Rabbi Nosson Zeev Grossman
Two Ways of Serving Hashem
This week's parsha includes the laws of several kinds
of sacrifices which fall into two categories: the
shlomim offerings that are eaten by the
kohanim and the donor who brings it, and the burnt
offerings which are completely burnt on the Altar.
by L. Jungerman
Israeli Chief Justice Sees Judges as "Immune to Human
Two leading legal experts expressed harsh criticism against
the Israeli Chief Justice over his forgiving attitude
toward judges who express predispositions regarding
defendants before hearing all of the testimony. They say
Aharon Barak generally refuses to disqualify judges because
he perceives them as immune to human defects and sees every
judge in his own image.
by S. Yisraeli
Lechayim In Bnei Brak
Here's an interesting fact. Bnei Brak, Israel's most
religious city, also has the highest average life
expectancy: 81.1 years for women and 77.4 years for men.
by Jonathan Rosenblum
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