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Modern Day Slavery: A Torah Thought for Parshat Mishpatim by Moshe Feiglin

And these are the ordinances that you shall set before them. If you buy a Hebrew servant, he shall work for six years and on the seventh, he shall go free for nothing. (From this week’s Torah portion, Mishpatim, Exodus […]

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Forward! A Torah Thought for Parashat B’Shalach by Moshe Feiglin

And the Children of Israel walked on the dry land in the sea and the water was a wall for them on their right and on their left. (From this week’s Torah portion, B’shalach, Exodus 14:29)
The splitting of the Red […]

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Change? Go Ask Pharaoh: A Torah Thought for Parashat Bo by Moshe Feiglin

And G-d said to Moses, ‘Go in to Pharaoh because I have hardened his heart and the heart of his servants so that I may show these, My signs, in his midst.’ (From this week’s Torah portion, Bo, Exodus 10:1)

Pharaoh’s […]

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Leadership and Brotherhood: A Torah Thought for Parshat Vayigash by Moshe Feiglin

“And Joseph said to his brothers, “I am Joseph, does my father still live?” And his brothers could not answer him because they were afraid of him.” (From this week’s Torah portion, Vayigash, Genesis 45:3)
Why didn’t the brothers recognize Joseph […]

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The Fear of G-d Barometer: A Torah Thought for Parashat Miketz by Moshe Feiglin

And Joseph said to them on the third day, ‘Do this and live, I fear G-d.’ (From this week’s Torah portion, Mikeitz, Genesis 42:18)

“For I said, there is no fear of G-d in this place, and they will kill me.” […]

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Light of Mashiach From Behind the Scenes: A Torah Thought for Parashat Vayeshev by Moshe Feiglin

“And it was at that time, and Judah went down from his brothers.” (From this week’s Torah portion, Vayeishev, Genesis 38:1)
This verse opens the entire story of Judah and Tamar, which took place after Joseph was sold to Egypt by […]

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Save me from my Brother, Esav: A Torah Thought for Parashat Vayishlach by Moshe Feiglin

I am not worthy of all the mercies, and of all the truth, which You have shown unto Your servant; for with my staff I passed over this Jordan; and now I am become two camps. Deliver me, I pray to […]

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Jews Must Battle Every Day: By Shmuel Sackett

The following article may sound like a “D’var Torah” – and you can read it at your Shabbos table if you like – but it is really a lesson in life. I have often asked myself, why it is important […]

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Abraham’s War for Destiny: A Torah Thought for Parashat Chayei Sarah by Moshe Feiglin

The Cave of Machpelah that  Abraham buys for Sara’s burial in this week’s Torah portion is his first actual acquisition in the Land of Israel. But it could have never happened. What if he had not triumphed in the war […]

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Yes, Dear: A Torah Thought for Parashat VaYerah by Shmuel Sackett

This coming week marks the 25rd yahrzeit of my Rebbe, the great Rabbi Meir Kahane z”l.
Allow me to write some words of Torah in his name and in his memory.
In his book “Ohr Ha’Ra’ayon” Rabbi Kahane explains why our mother Sarah […]

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