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by Rabbi Eli Mansour

Parashiyot Tazria and Mesora deal mainly with the laws of Sara’at – a skin disorder resembling leprosy that would befall people on account of certain sins. The Torah outlines the various guidelines by which it is determined w read more »
by gTorah

The Torah discusses an illness called Tzaraas. The Torah does not usually discuss diseases and maladies; but this is no ordinary illness which require isolation and quarantine. Consider that the man whose entire body was stricken was no read more »
by MidrESHET HAYIL

As we transition from Parashat Shemini on to Parshiot Taazria and Messora, we may ask ourselves what connects the two Parshiot? Parashat Shemini just ended with halakhot of kosher animals while Parashat Taazria begins with hala read more »
By Rabbi Yisroel Ciner

This week we read the double parsha of Tazria-Metzora. These parshios primarily deal with the different types of leprosy's which afflicted people, their clothing and their houses and the ensuing purification process. "Ado read more »
by Rabbi Chaim Dahan

After the fall and ruin - how to fix, recover and go against the lashon hara. Great lessons and insights. read more »
by Rabbi YY Jacobson

In Germany they came first for the Communists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I d read more »
by gTorah.com

Ahron’s two eldest sons, Nadav and Avihu, were great men who might one day have led the Jewish people. But we find that they were consumed by their fervour for the Temple service:
וַיִּקְחוּ בְנֵי-אַהֲרֹן נָדָב וַאֲבִיהוּא אִישׁ מַ read more »
by Rabbi Eli Mansour

(audio)...The Torah in Parashat Shemini describes the events that took place on the first day the Mishkan opened. For seven days, each day, Moshe erected the Mishkan, offered special sacrifices on behalf of Aharon and his son read more »
by gTorah.com

At the inauguration of the Mishkan, there was a handover process where Moshe gave the post he had filled for 7 days to Ahron, where Ahron offered sacrifices as part of his new role:

וַיִּשָּׂא אַהֲרֹן אֶת [ידו read more »
by gTorah

Throughout the story of Egypt, we find that Paroh’s heart is hardened, after which he resisted overtures to release the Jews. How could Paroh have his free will compromised?
The question of Paroh’s free will is based on the presumption read more »



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