Monday 17 June 2019

Parshat Korach

What made Korach do something so crazy? Even the most egotistically minded person would have realised that his revolt against people who had been appointed...

Tehillim Psalm 10

This week’s Tehillim is in memory of Suri Dubiner In this week’s Psalm, we open with the line of a famous Avraham Fried song, “Lama...

Tehillim Psalm 16

This week’s Tehillim is in memory of Esther bat Yaacov Moshe In this week’s psalm, we open with the line that has been used by...

Tehillim Psalm 26

This week’s Tehillim is for a refuah shelema for Zelda Symbol bat Shoshana King David was one of the most righteous Jews who ever...

Chanukah

In this week’s D’var Torah, the Chief Rabbi teaches that we learn from the festival of Chanukah that dedication and education must go hand...

Tehillim – Psalm 9

This weeks Tehillim is in memory of Zvi Aryeh ben Avrohom In this weeks Psalm, King David marvels at how Hashem engineers the ‘natural’ decline...

Ask The Rabbi – Was Burying Remains of Holocaust Victims Really Necessary?

Was Burying Remains of Holocaust Victims Really Necessary? Dear Rabbi, I don’t mean to be rude or disrespectful in any way but I watched with wonderment...

How to be a successful parent – through Torah, love and laughter

By Leon Symons It’s one of the great battlefields of life – parents versus children. They’re our little darlings, our bubelahs, the apples of our eyes...

Tehillim – Psalm 35

This tehillim is for the shloshim of Maran Hagaon Harav Aharon Yehuda Leib Shteinman ZT’L King David was a righteous individual, who was shamefully treated...

Thoughts on the Parshah

BY Rabbi Aryeh zev Saunders In this week’s parshah the Jews complained about their lack of good food. They recalled all the delicacies they ate...

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