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The Weekly Aliyot of the Parsha
A short summary of the Torah portion read in the Synagogue on Shabbat.
Weekly Torah Portion

Our Parsha - Behar
Text of Parshah (Hebrew with English translation) - Parshas Behar.
The Name of the Parsha
Behar means “on the mountain,” as in the verse, “G-d spoke to Moshe on Mount Sinai.” The Midrash states that G-d chose to give the Torah on Mount...
Highly Connected
The mikveh (ritual bathhouse) in Primishlan, home to Rabbi Meir'l Primishlaner, was located at the foot of a steep hill. Even under the best of...
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For G-d’s Sake
Some people fulfill mitzvot because they want to go to Heaven. Nothing wrong with that. Heaven is a nice place. A worthy ambition. Others perform...
Magazine

A Check in Time
by Rabbi Zalman Garelik
In 1989, I was a yeshiva student learning in the Rebbe’s central synagogue and yeshiva at 770 Eastern Parkway. It was the year that the Rebbe...
From Dirt to Light
The modern world generates huge amounts of garbage, and the process of removing and disposing of it is extremely costly. Even after it is buried in...
Awareness of Redemption
Once in seven years we are obligated to keep the shmittah year—to let the land lay fallow. “When you will come to the land I will give you...
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Counting the Omer
Leviticus 23:15 "And you shall count for yourselves...seven weeks"
Holidays

Each Day
At first glance, the counting of days seems to be of no consequence, since the flow of time is beyond man's control. Yet, it is obviously very...
Counting Then and Now
The first time the Jewish people counted during the period between Passover and Shavuot was when they left Egypt and were preparing themselves to...
Seven Perfect Weeks
We are commanded: "You shall count... seven perfect weeks." There are sages of the post-Talmudic era who interpret this charge as implying that the...
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