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by Rabbi Eli Mansour

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Perhaps one of the greatest of human tragedies is when a person who has lived a fine and upright life turns to evil in the twilight of his days. The Talmud tells the story of a greatly respected High Priest, who ministered to the Jewish People for d read more »
by Rabbi Zvi Belovski

The end of Parshas Balak describes how Bilam managed to lure some of klal Yisrael into inappropriate relationships with Moabite women and ultimately into idolatry. One man, Zimri, a prince of the tribe of Shimon, brazenly co read more »
Before Bilaam, the wicked gentile prophet, left King Balak he gave him some advice as to how to bring destruction upon the Jewish people. "It's true your plan to have me curse them has failed," he said, "But I can tell you how to beat them. The read more »
Women's Corner
by Rabbanith Ruth Menashe

The name of Serah Bath Asher is first mentioned with the names of the seventy people from the family of Ya'aqob Abinu (Jacob), 'a"h, who went down to Egypt (Bereshith 46:17). Surprisingly, her name is read more »
We read in this week's parashah of Pinchas' reward for the zealotry that he displayed at the end of last week's parashah. R' Moshe Zvi Neriyah z"l (1913-1995; founder of the Bnei Akiva youth movement and network of yeshivot) writes that there a read more »
It says in this week's Parsha: "Hashem said to Moshe, 'Go up to this mountain of Avarim and see the land that I have given to the Children of Israel. You shall see it and you shall be brought in to your people, you too, as Aaron your brother was read more »
by Rabbi Ya'aqob Menashe

"Place a man over the congregation...
who may go out before them, and who may go in before them, and who may take them out, and who will bring them in" (Bamidbar 27:16-17). There appears to be unnecessary repetition read more »
Rabbi Daniel Cohen: Lessons from Parshat Pinchas and the Child From Brooklyn on RUSSIAN. read more »
Note: The Shabbos Torah Reading is divided into 7 sections. Each section is called an Aliya [literally: Go up] since for each Aliya, one person "goes up" to make a bracha [blessing] on the Torah Reading.

1st Aliya: As a reward for his act of ze read more »



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