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Focus on Israel

Thursday, 9 August, 2012 - 9:56 am

In this week's Torah portion, Moshe promises the Jewish people that if they will fulfill the commandments (mitzvot) of the Torah, they will prosper in the Land they are about to conquer. Moshe describes this land as “flowing with milk and honey,” blessed with the “seven kinds” and as the place that is the focus of G‑d’s providence of His world. 

Instead of an article or "word from the Rabbi" - take a moment to surf our website and learn more about our Homeland and our Holy Land by clicking one of the links below.

The Jew and His Homeland

The nations cannot understand why the Jewish people should have a land.  more...

 

Points of Interest

The Western Wall, Meron, Masada, the Dead Sea, Shechem... Learn about the history of Israeli places of interest, their spiritual significance, as well as some modern-day tourist tips.  more...

Jerusalem Archaeology

View photo galleries of the archeological remnants of Ancient Jerusalem. Mikvahs, walls, buildings... Take a step back in time...  more...

  First Person

This is where G‑d appeared to Abraham. This is where the covenant of circumcision was struck. It was here that monotheism burst upon world consciousness. It was here that Judaism was born...  more...

  Chabad and Israel

For hundreds of thousands of Israelis‑from the core of the country to the farthest reaches of its borders‑month by month, day by day, moment by moment‑the work of Chabad profoundly affects the very fabric of daily life in Israel. more...

The Rebbe & Israel

Yitzhak Rabin was a straight-as-a-die agnostic, and shy to a fault. So, when on a spring day in 1972 he was kept waiting at 770 Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, for his appointment with the Lubavitcher Rebbe, he became fidgety...  more...

Shabbat Candles for Israel - The beginning letters of Neirot Shabbat Kodesh spell ‘Neshek” or the Hebrew word for arms and weapons. Bringing light into the world is a weapon to dispel forces of darkness. - Step By Step Instructions  Here

Enjoy and have a Wonderful Shabbat 

Rabbi Kushi Schusterman 

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