Saturday 20 April 2019

Tehillim – Psalm 74

From amidst the tremendous agony of a long drawn out exile, Jews have frequently prayed that Hashem will deliver His nation thereby causing His...

Ask The Rabbi

Why Must I Keep A Kippa on my Head? Dear Rabbi I’m sure this was asked in the past but a scroll through your columns I couldn’t...

TEHILLIM – PSALM 70

In this week’s psalm, King David appeals to G-d to rescue him from his enemies. ‘Elokim l’hatzeleni, Hashem l’ezrati chusha- O G-d to rescue...

ASK THE RABBI

Dear Rabbi I am very upset about what happened in Pittsburgh. It seems we Jews are sitting ducks wherever we are. Is there no escape...

LECH LECHA BY RABBI M TARAGIN

A popular hobby in Israel, and one which bridges many different societal sectors, is a hike through the land, otherwise known as a ‘tiyul’....

ROSH HASHANAH BY RABBI MICHAEL TARAGIN

The universal nature of Rosh Hashanah isn’t limited to a particular nation and certainly not to a particular location.  All human beings are judged...

Tehillim – Psalm 58

In Judaism we have a concept not to rejoice too much at our enemies downfall. The classic example of this is during Pesach, when...

Tehillim – Psalm 57

King David was hiding in a cave, when remarkably his own father in law, King Saul came in to the same cave, together with...

Tehillim – Psalm 56

Very often when a person’s situation seems completely hopeless, he will lose all hope and utterly despair. However King David did not lose any...

Tehillim – Psalm 55

This week, we start the Tehillim for the tenth day of the month. Despite the revolt of his son Absalom, and the defection of...

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