by Rabbi Ariel Bar Tzadok

As seen by Moshe's blessing to the tribe of Levi (recorded in Parashat V'zot HaBerakha), the tribe, and especially the Kohanim/Priests acted as the spiritual conduit between God and the nation of Israel. The Kohanim se read more »
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In this week’s Parsha, G-d commands the Kohanim of every
generation to bless the Jewish people. The custom in Sephardic
communities is to have this ritual of “Birkat Kohanim” (Priestly
Blessings) take p read more »
Naso: Raising the prayers of others together with yours
by Rabbi Ya'aqob Menashe

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"Yaer H' Panaw Elekha Wiyhonnekka" (G-d will shine His Countenance upon you and be gracious to you [Bamidbar 6: read more »
Sivan 8 5770
May 21 2010
Parashat Naso candlelighting 7:53

Why does Perashat Nasso always fall after SHavuot?(hint Nasso has Berchat Cohanim) this sunday Rabbi Moshe Vaya world known "bugs expert" BH will be in Shaarei Zion in read more »
by Rabbi Mayer Friedman

“And they shall confess their sin that they committed; he shall make restitution for his guilt in its principal amount and add its fifth to it, and give it to the one to whom he is guilty” (5:7)

This posuk teaches us read more »
by Rabbi Berel Wein

The tribe of Levi was counted independently in the desert of Sinai, apart from all of its fellow Israelites. Almost from its onset, the tribe of Levi was deemed to be special. Even though it had a violent start in its history read more »
by Rabbi Mayer Friedman

“Dabeir El Bnei Yisrael Ish Oh Isha Ki Ya’asu Mikol Chatos Ha’adam Lim’ol Ma’al BaHashem Ve’ashma Hanefesh Hahi. Vehisvadu Es Chatasam Asher Asu…” - “Speak to the Children of Israel: A man or a woman who commits any of m read more »
by Rabbi Label Lam

So shall you bless the Children of Israel, saying to them, “May HASHEM bless you and protest you. May HASHEM shine His face toward you and be gracious to you. May HASHEM lift His face to you and grant you peace. (Bamidbar 6:2 read more »
by Rabbi Berel Wein

This week’s parsha is the longest one of the Torah. It is mainly so because of the description of the identical offerings to the dedication of the Mishkan by the heads of the individual tribes of Israel. What makes this lengt read more »
by Rabbi Yaakov Asher Sinclair


The Torah assigns the exact Mishkan-related tasks to be performed by the families of Gershon, Kehat, and Merari, the sons of Levi. A census reveals that over 8,000 men are ready for such service. All th read more »
by Rabbi Chaim Sunitsky

1. One of fundamental laws of the Torah is the requirement for modesty in clothing. Regarding this law, there is an important difference between the obligations of a man and a woman. While the man should also dress modest read more »

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