Tag Archives: Pesach

The Annual Chametz Law Brouhaha: By Moshe Feiglin

This year, like every year, the Chametz law will provide rhetoric for politicians and media personalities from both ends of the political divide. One side will make its point in the name of freedom of choice, while the other side […]

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The Pesach of Today: By Shmuel Sackett

Imagine, that 20 years ago, you received a phone call from a friend who told you about a financial advisor who was like a prophet. Everything this guy predicted comes true! Your friend strongly advised that you invest your money […]

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Wedding on the Temple Mount: From Servitude to Liberty: By Moshe Feiglin

I really envy the sweet Jewish couple who married last week in a surreptitious ceremony on the Temple Mount. I hear the cries of all the Temple Mountaphobes sitting behind the public broadcast microphones and in the name of the […]

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A Different Pesach: By Shmuel Sackett

I remember when a good friend of mine lost his mother. He was just 6 weeks into the first year of aveylus (mourning period for when a parent passes away) when he encountered a familiar problem; he was invited to […]

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Dangerous Exit from Comfort Zone: Passover Offering on Temple Mount

Then Moses called for all the elders of Israel, and said unto them: ‘Draw out, and take lambs according to your families, and kill the Passover lamb.
And you shall observe this matter for an ordinance for you and your sons […]

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Guided Tour of the Temple Mount with Moshe Feiglin

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This Pesach, Give Your Heart and Soul: By Shmuel Sackett

I am a very optimistic guy and always look for a way at making sure the glass is half full… even if it is almost empty! The problem, however, is that in many cases I just can’t figure out a […]

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