Category Archives: Torah Thoughts

Beware Selective Application of the Law: A Torah Thought for Parashat Emor by Moshe Feiglin

One law will be for you, for the foreigner as the citizen shall it be as I am Hashem, your God. (From this week’s Torah portion, Emor, Leviticus 24:22)
Selective implementation of the law for differing sectors of the population emasculates […]

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Justice and the Land: A Torah Thought for Parashat Shoftim by Moshe Feiglin

“Judges and police you shall put in all your gates that G-d, your G-d gives you.” (From this week’s Torah portion, Shoftim, Deuteronomy 16:18)
“Justice, justice you shall pursue so that you may live and you will inherit the Land that […]

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Temple Mount: No Wedding by Correspondence: A Torah Thought for Parashat Re’eh by Moshe Feiglin

“But for the place that Hashem your G-d will choose, of all your tribes, to put His Name there, and you shall seek out His Divine Presence and you shall come to there.” (From this week’s Torah portion, Re’eh, Deuteronomy […]

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Success is a Gift of G-d: A Torah Thought for Parashat Ekev By Michael Fuah

“Because G-d, your G-d is bringing you to a good Land. And you shall eat and you shall be satiated and you shall bless G-d, your G-d for the good Land that He has given you.” (From this week’s Torah […]

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The Nation of Israel and the Land of Israel: Inseparable By Moshe Feiglin

And you shall inherit the Land, and dwell in it; for to you have I given the Land to possess it. And you shall inherit the land by lot according to your families, to the more you shall give the […]

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How’s Your Donkey Vision? A Torah Thought for Parshat Balak by Moshe Feiglin

“And the donkey saw the angel of G-d” (from this week’s Torah portion, Balak, Numbers 28:25)
Sometimes even a donkey clearly sees what smart people can’t. It is no surprise. Human intelligence is always accompanied by human fault. Moreover, true wisdom […]

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A Torah Thought for Parshat Shlach by Moshe Feiglin

By Moshe Feiglin
The Torah portion of Shlach Lecha is the story of the tragedy of the Israeli nation. We are the nation that G-d created to herald a new message to humanity; the message of liberty and faith. “I have […]

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Curse or Hidden Blessing? A Torah Thought for Parashat Bechukotai by Moshe Feiglin

And I will bring the land into desolation; and your enemies that dwell there shall be astonished. And I will scatter you among the nations, and I will draw out the sword after you; and your land shall be a […]

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Hybrid Economics, Torah Style: By Moshe Feiglin

And if your brother becomes poor, and his means fail with you, and you shall uphold him: as a stranger and a settler shall he live with you.
Take no interest from him or increase; but fear your
G-d; so that your […]

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Separate and Sanctified: A Torah Thought for Parashat Kedoshim by Moshe Feiglin

Speak to the entire Congregation of the Children of Israel and say to them, ‘You shall be holy for I, Hashem your G-d, am holy. A person must fear his mother and father and keep My Sabbaths, I am […]

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