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Super Sensitivity Parshat Mishpatim

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Liabilities and Love Parshat Mishpatim

A Moment of Torah: Mishpatim Season 2

Inner Tranquility; The Key to Womanhood

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A Mayanot Moment – Parashat ….

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הצפייה לנשים בלבד!!
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בואי והצטרפי אלינו למסע רוחני ומיוחד עם הרבה שמחה, אהבה ותפילה.
לכל קברות הצדיקים באוקראינה-
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רבי שמשון ברסקי, בעל התניא, גן סופיה ועוד..
ביחד במסע נעשה הפרשות חלה, סעודות אמנים, שיעורי תורה, סדנאות התבודדות ומסיבות ריקודים וטקס חינה לרווקות!!!
והכל במחירים הכל זולים בארץ!!אוכל כשר!! ותנאים מעולים!!
התקשרי עכשיו לברר על הנסיעה הקרובה ובעז”ה תראי ניסים וישועות!!

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פרשת השבוע לאור הברית החדשה

מכון תורני לנשים MATAN

Thoughts on Parashat DrishaInstitute

הרבנית אהובה ארד- פרשת ..


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פרשת השבוע לאור הברית החדשה

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ערוץ וידאו לנשים חרידיות – שיעורי תורה לצפייה ולהורדה, שיחות וראיונון עם נשים מיוחדות בעלות מקצוע , טיפים חשובים ושימושיים לכל אחת, שווה להכנס ולהתרשם…

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Online Torah Study (OneShul.org)

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How is doing a voluntary mitzvah like wearing a snazzy outfit? Parshat …. Rabbi Ari Strulowitz

Parshat Vayikra opens the third book of Torah by outlining korban, burnt offerings. Rabbi Ari Strulowitz of Midwest NCSY, interprets the wording of the second verse: “a man from AMONG you brings a sacrifice.”
While some mitzvot are must-do’s but many others are voluntary, and so perhaps this sacrifice is a voluntary one. Why does this matter? Find out!

שיעור דבר מלכות לנשים, פרשת

הרבנית אהובה ארד- פרשת

הצפייה לנשים בלבד!!

פרשה בשניים

פרוייקט ייחודי של עין פרת – המדרשה באלון בשיתוף עם ynet יהדות, במסגרתו מסבים בכל שבוע שני אישים המלמדים במדרשת עין פרת באלון, סביב מחשבות אודות הפרשה, בזוויות שונות ומעניינות.
דרך נעימה ומרעננת להיכנס אל תוך השבת

A Mayanot Moment – Parashat  – Rebetzin Hendel

Questions and Answers for Today’s Jewish Woman

 

Parshat…. Naaleh.com

 

Rabbanit Iris Tomer Devorah: Mishneah Torah LaRambam Walking in His Ways HEBREW

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Good and Evil: Understanding our Choices

Right and wrong, good and evil; they are all clear cut examples of choices. But as Rachael explains, life is not always a choice between two options.

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Dr. Rachael Turkienicz, our founder and executive director, has developed a unique approach to revealing these ancient truths in the context of a modern world. Rachael holds a Ph.D. in Talmudic and Midrashic Studies from Brandeis University. Currently she is a Professor at York University in both of its Education and Jewish Studies faculties. Rachael is an influential and needed woman’s voice within Judaism today.
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בא אל פרעה כי אני הכבדתי את לבו יהונתן שטנצל יציאת מצרים שירי פסח bo el paro

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לקראת פרשת וארא אולפני ר’ חיים בנט עם מקהלת הילדים “רננו חסידים” שחררו שיר מיוחד של “בא אל פרעה כי אני הכבדתי את לבו”, הלחן מיוחד ומלא הומור והוקלט בחודש האחרון לראשונה , של נוסח עתיק ששמעו בבית משפחת שטנצל של בא אל פרעה כי אני הכבדתי את לבו.
שיר זה היה נוהג לשיר מזכה הרבים רבי שלמה שטנצל זצ”ל, בעקבות פטירתו בנו בעל התפילה הרב יונתן שטנצל החליט להקליט שיר זה על מנת ששיר זה, יהיה לנחלת הכלל, וגייס לעניין את מקהלת “נרננה” ואת המעבד המוכשר איתן פרישברג , את ר’ חיים בנט שגייס את מקהלת “רננו חסידים”

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Machon Meir is a Center for Jewish Studies that is located in the heart of Jerusalem, Israel in the neighborhood of Kiryat Moshe. It was established by Rabbi Dov Bigon shortly after the Yom Kippur War in 1973. Rabbi Bigon was a commander in the Israeli Defense Force that helped liberate Jerusalem and the Western Wall from the Jordanian Legion. After the war he began to contemplate the meaning of the Jewish Nation and decided to enroll himself in the Merkaz HaRav Kook Yeshiva in Jerusalem.

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Judaism for Kids – Sami and Tuvia – Who’s Bike is it Anyway? Part I
Sami finds a bike by the dumpster, which he thinks was sent just for him. Little does he know that this bike belongs to someone else and is very important to him. What is Sami to do when he finds out someone is looking for this bike?

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Parshat Mishpatim: What The Bible Says About Money Lending

22.01.2014

We know that giving is good. But how is interest like a snake bite? Parashat Mishpatim, sponsored by Hebrew Free Loan and narrated by Maharat Rori Picker Neiss, features the act of giving without interest — and a money-hungry serpent with other plans.

It offers the question: When someone asks to borrow money, do we use that as an opportunity to help them, or do we use it as an opportunity to help ourselves, and make ourselves rich with tiny little snake bites of interest?

Thanks to all of our generous funders that contributed to the G‑dcast Parashat haShavua (פָּרָשַׁת הַשָּׁבוּעַ or “weekly Torah portion”) animated series. Additional thanks to each of the writers, narrators, producers, educators, and sound engineers that contributed to this animated interpretation of Mishpatim (מִּשְׁפָּטִים “laws” Exodus 21:1–24:18) including Barbara Barza, Nick Fox-Gieg, Sarah Lefton, Rachel Levinson, Maharat Rori Picker Neiss, Russel Neiss, Matthue Roth, Shani Rotkovitz, Emily Savage, The Staff at the Hebrew Free Loan, Jeremy Shuback and Jeanne Stern.





MICHPATIM : La Paracha avec Boubach saison 3 – 613TV

12.02.2015
Voici la nouvelle saison de LA PARACHA AVEC BOUBACH, l’émission de 613TV conçue et présentée par Michaël Broll!! Avec BOUBACH, découvrez les trésors de la Torah à travers la paracha de la semaine!!!!!!! Un rendez-vous à ne pas manquer et à partager avec toute votre famille et tous vos amis!
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Here is the new issue of 613TV designed and presented by Michaël Broll!! With BOUBACH discover the treasures of the Torah through the parsha of the week!!!!!!! An appointment not to be missed and to share with all your family and your friends!

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s… hope you enjoy it!

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WEEKLY TORAH FOR KIDS: Parshat  Yitro

Shevat 15, 5775 · February 4, 2015
Living with the Parsha: Well Meant?

Michal stood by the open fridge, looking for a suitable snack. Her mother called from the living room, “Michal, dear, would you be willing to go to the grocery shop and pick up a few things for Mrs. Stern, please?” Michal rolled her eyes. She really was not in the mood to help out their elderly neighbor, and was about to claim that she was too busy when she remembered Mrs. Stern’s chocolate chip biscuits…

“Okay, Mom”, she said as she closed the fridge door. “Give me the list and I’ll go in around five minutes”. This was becoming a regular chore since Mrs. Stern had had her hip operation, and though Michal did not particularly enjoy the errand, the warm chocolate chip biscuits that awaited her at the elderly widow’s home at the end of the trip seemed to make the whole hassle worthwhile.

The following Thursday when the family was sitting together at dinner, Michal’s father turned to her and said “Michal, your mother and I have been really proud about all the efforts that you have been going to for Mrs. Stern. Being elderly, alone and ill is an uncomfortable situation for anyone, and the fact that you have been helping her with her errands has really meant a lot to her.”

Michal grinned, “Actually, it’s only worth it because Mrs. Stern always has some amazing delicacy awaiting me when I get to her house.”

Misha, Michal’s brother started laughing. “That’s not exactly the right intention one should have when doing a mitzva!”

Michal’s mother shrugged her shoulders as she helped herself to some salad. “The main thing is that Mrs. Stern is actually receiving the assistance that she needs. Actually, there is something similar discussed relating to this week’s Torah portion. We learn how G-d gave us the Torah at Mount Sinai. The question is, did we accept the Torah of our own free will, or was there an ulterior motive?”

“I thought we said to G-d ‘we will do whatever You tell us,’ before hearing what He would command,” said Misha. “That sounds very dedicated!”

“Yes, but it also says that G-d held the mountain over us and said we must accept the Torah,” said their mother. “I read this means that it was so exciting to get to Mount Sinai after all the things that had happened, like going out of Egypt and the Splitting of the Sea, that we couldn’t think straight. At that point we weren’t able to say ‘no.’ We just had to go along with it.”

“You mean we were just drooling for those chocolate-chip cookies,” said Michal.

“Yes. But the Sages tell us that when a person does the right thing for the wrong reason, eventually they will come to do it for the right reason. So it’s right to do it, chocolate-chips or not!”

“Mmm,” said Michal, feeling a little embarrassed at all the attention she was getting. “The truth is, I do enjoy Mrs. Stern’s company; she has some really interesting stories of when she was a little girl during the war. Do you think that listening to her stories is also an ulterior motive?”

JewishKids.org Update

Tour Eli’s Kosher Kitchen

Shevat 19, 5775 · February 8, 2015
Hey kids!
This week’s Torah portion is chock full of mitzvahs—53 out of the 613 in the Torah!Some of the mitzvahs explained here are how to take care of others’ belongings, how to keep Shabbat and some of the holidays, and the mitzvah of keeping kosher.

There are several aspects to keeping kosher:

    • Kosher animals have split hooves and chew their cuds. Some examples of kosher animals: cow, sheep, goat, deer.
    • Kosher fish have both fins and scales. For example: salmon, tuna, sea bass.
    • The Torah names the 24 families of birds that are not kosher. All other birds are kosher, but we only eat those which have traditionally been eaten by Jews for generations. For example: chicken, duck, and turkey.
    • Kosher eggs need to come from kosher birds.
    • Kosher milk (and other dairy products) need to come from kosher animals. For example, cows’ milk and goats’ milk are kosher, while camels’ milk is not.
    • Meat and dairy need to be kept separate. This is why kosher kitchens have two sets of everything: dishes, sinks, counters—one for meat and one for milk!
    • All fruits and vegetables are kosher.
    • The easiest way to know for certain if a food is kosher is to look for a kosher symbol on the package.

Read about all the mitzvahs in this week’s Torah portion, watch Eli’s kosher kitchen, make some delicious kosher food and craft these meat and dairy kosher signs for your kitchen.

Have a great week!

Your friends at JewishKids.org

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Parshat Pekudei (10/03/10)  Machon MeirMachon Meir  ENGLISH  :MeirTV English

Rabbi Netanel Frankenthal


For over 35 years, Machon Meir has become known throughout Israel as the place to get a deeper understanding what it truly means to be a member of the Jewish people. It has also become the landing point for many new immigrants from all over the world because of the institute’s encouragement of living in the Land of Israel. Machon Meir has also created a strategy to distribute Torah worldwide through their media channel, Arutz Meir. Since it began, Arutz Meir has debuted a range of television series and archived over 25,000 classes which are constantly being updated and viewed daily throughout the world in 5 different languages. With a variety of topics and discussions led by renowned Jewish scholars, our viewers will surely find a class that will create sparks of inspiration. Whether you are looking to connect to your Jewish heritage or you are simply seeking out answers, we exist to imbue the words of Torah and engage our viewers with real and meaningful

Paracha Pekoude (01/03/11)  Machon MeirMachon Meir MeirTvFrench

Rav David Partouche

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 Rabbi Dov Begon


“За чашкой чая”
Беседа в тёплой, неформальной обстановке о том,
как современный интеллигентный слушатель воспринимает нашу традицию.
В передаче мы попробуем получить ответы на непростые вопросы,
которые еврейский народ задаёт уже не первое тысячелетие.
Присоединяйтесь, приходите к нам на чашечку чая.
Не стесняйтесь, чувствуйте себя как дома!
Из цикла передач “За Чашкой Чая” 96-го канала из Иерусалима.
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Por más de 35 años, Machon Meir ha dado a conocer a través de Israel como el lugar para obtener una comprensión más profunda lo que realmente significa ser un miembro del pueblo judío. También se ha convertido en el punto de aterrizaje para muchos nuevos inmigrantes de todas partes del mundo, porque de aliento de la vida en la Tierra de Israel del instituto. Majón Meir también ha creado una estrategia para distribuir la Torá en todo el mundo a través de su canal de medios, Arutz Meir. Desde sus inicios, Arutz Meir ha estrenado una serie de series de televisión y archivado más de 25.000 clases que constantemente se están actualizando y ver todos los días en todo el mundo en 5 idiomas diferentes. Con una variedad de temas y discusiones dirigidas por renombrados eruditos judíos, nuestros televidentes seguramente encontrará una clase que va a crear chispas de inspiración.

Rabino Rafael Spangenthal

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  Machon MeirMachon Meir   עברית    Rabbi Dov Bigon

Rav Eran Tamir

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CHASSIDIC DIMENSION: Entering Into the Cloud (Mishpatim)

Chassidic Dimension – Volume 4: Mishpatim
Shevat 23, 5775 · February 12, 2015

Entering Into the Cloud

Mishpatim concludes1 with Moshe’s ascent of Mt. Sinai, an ascent undertaken after the Torah had already been given.2 The last verse reads:3 “Moshe went into the cloud and climbed the mountain. Moshe remained on the mountain for 40 days and 40 nights.” Rashi4 notes: “This cloud was like smoke, and G-d made for Moshe a path therein.”

Regarding the time when G-d gave the Torah, the verse states explicitly:5 “The whole of Mt. Sinai was smoking, because G-d had descended upon it in fire.” Here, however, the word used is “cloud” — a cloud merely similar to smoke.

Why the difference?

Smoke is produced when a physical entity is consumed by fire.6 Thus the nature of the smoke depends entirely on the physical properties of the object being burned: the more refined the object, the cleaner it will burn and the thinner the smoke; the cruder the object, the thicker and more acrid the smoke. Hence, smoke can indicate the degree of coarseness or refinement of an object.

Just as this is so physically, so too with regard to an object’s degree of consumption within G-dliness:7 A revelation of “fire” from above causes the nullification of physicality and its subsequent consumption within holiness.

This, then, is the difference between the two verses: “The whole of Mt. Sinai was smoking” refers to the time when the Torah was being given. At that time, the revelation of G-dliness was an act from above — “because G-d had descended upon it in fire,” i.e., the revelation came about because G-d revealed Himself8 — while the world was still in a coarsened state.9

This revelation brought about the nullification and consumption of the physical world; “The whole of Mt. Sinai was smoking” — the tremendous amount of smoke signifying that the world had yet to be refined.

Our Torah portion, however, pertains to a time after the world was purified by the giving of the Torah. Therefore “G-d’s descent in fire” did not cause actual smoke. Rather, “its extreme fineness caused the Torah to term it ‘cloud’ rather than ‘smoke.’ ”10

Rashi notes, however, that “This cloud was like smoke.” He does so because it was unlike the cloud mentioned in earlier verses, since it resulted from “the appearance of G-d’s glory on the mountain top like a devouring flame.”11 As such, it was “likesmoke, ” since it was G-dliness causing nullification within the physical world.

And though this was after the Torah had already been given, the griminess and turbidity that results from consumption of corporeality still remained. For since the intent of giving the Torah was to make a dwelling place for G-d in the lowest level, the cloud that Moshe had to enter to receive the Torah and bring it down was “like smoke” — a revelation from above that nullifies the coarseness of created beings.

But because this took place after the giving of the Torah — an event that brought about a general refinement of the world — Moshe did not actually enter smoke, but a cloud that was “like smoke.”

The lesson in terms of our divine service is as follows. Some people are extremely reluctant to lower themselves in order to refine the lowliest levels.

The verse therefore teaches that it is necessary to uplift even the lowest degree of earthiness — the coarse and inanimate mountain itself is to be consumed with the fire of Torah and mitzvos.

As to the fear that descending so low may cause a person to be overcome by “smoke inhalation,” we are told that “G-d made for Moshe a path therein” — we are assured that we will not become spiritually soiled, for G-d will provide us with a clear path.

Based on Likkutei Sichos , Vol. XVI, pp. 275-282.

FOR FRIDAY NIGHT: Creating Civilization (Mishpatim)

Shevat 23, 5775 · February 12, 2015
Creating Civilization

What is the purpose of the commandments? One explanation in the teachings of the Sages is: to refine people. The Commandments of the Torah are intended to have a civilizing effect on the Jewish people.

Chassidic teachings explain that there are two aspects to our inner personality. One is our Divine Soul, a spiritual “spark” within us which is described as a portion of G-dliness. This comes into the world with a special task, and the Torah and its commandments are the instructions of how to fulfill that task.

In order to understand the nature of this task, let us consider the second feature of our inner world: the Animal Soul. This is the force within us which wants to live, and to eat, and to possess… Guided by the Torah, we have to make the attempt to purify and refine the Animal Soul. This means, in effect, that we have to try to control and even transform the basic characteristics of our human (and sometimes all too human) nature.

If a person observes the directives of the Torah, he or she experiences a program of training and improvement of character.

For example, let us consider the law of Kashrut (eating kosher). This week’s Torah reading includes the law that we should separate milk and meat.1 Quite rightly, this and other aspects of Kashrut are often thought of as developing the virtue of self-control, and also of not taking anything for granted. “Is it kosher?” is the question one asks before taking a mouthful. Of, course, the effect of such a law is far broader than simply our attitude to food. We gradually learn to ask about everything in life: “Is it kosher?”

Kashrut is a law “between the person and G-d.” By contrast, the majority of the teachings in our parshah are termed laws “between a person and their fellow,” and they focus on questions concerning human relationships.

Here too, and perhaps even more obviously, we see that the commandments have an intended effect. For example:

The Torah tells us: “If you meet your enemy’s ox or ass going astray, you shall surely return it to him. If you see the ass of a person you hate crouching under its burden you shall not avoid the situation but help him release it.”2

Maimonides points out in his great work, Mishneh Torah, that the Torah also commands us to help a friend. “You shall not see your brother’s ass or ox fallen down by the way and hide yourself from them; you shall surely help him lift them up again.”3

Now if the Torah demands of us that we help our friends and also our enemies, what should we do if we meet both our enemy and friend together and both have an animal that is overburdened and needs help? Says Maimonides: One should first help the animal of one’s enemy! The reason is, he says, in order to curb our evil inclination.4 It is more of an achievement in curbing our nature to help an enemy than to help a friend. Hence, helping an enemy comes first.

Following the guidance of the Torah helps us transform our own character, creating a genuine form of civilization. The next step, which G-d will implement, is a kind of chain reaction of inner transformation, which ultimately will affect the entire world.

WEEKLY ALIYOT: Parshat Mishpatim

Shevat 22, 5775 · February 11, 2015
Mishpatim Aliya Summary

General Overview: This week’s reading, Mishpatim, details many laws, including laws related to slaves, personal injury, loans, usury, and property damage. The end of the portion speaks of the preparations the Israelites made before receiving the Torah at Mt. Sinai.


First Aliyah: This section discusses laws pertaining to the Israelite servant, his mandatory release after six years of service, and the procedure followed when a servant expresses his desire to remain in his master’s service. The Torah continues with the laws of the Israelite maidservant, and her terms of release. Other laws contained in this section: a husband’s obligations towards his wife; punishments for murder, manslaughter, kidnapping and abusing parents; and the penalties accrued by a person who injures another.


Second Aliyah: This section continues with laws of personal injury: the punishment for one who kills or injures his servant and for one who causes a woman to miscarry. The Torah then shifts its focus to a person’s liabilities for damages caused by his possessions, such as an ox that gores; or his actions, such as leaving an open pit uncovered. A person who steals is liable to pay the capital plus punitive damages. The section concludes with a person’s right to self-defense when facing a marauding thief.


Third Aliyah: An arsonist is liable for damages caused by fires he ignites. The Torah then details the potential liabilities of an individual who undertakes to be a guardian of another’s possessions, a borrower, and a renter. More laws: the punishment for seducing a young woman, sorcery, bestiality and offering an idolatrous sacrifice; prohibitions against harassing a foreigner, widow, or orphan; the mitzvah of lending money to the poor and the prohibition against lending with interest.


Fourth Aliyah: This section, too, introduces us to many new mitzvot: the prohibitions against cursing a judge or leader, consuming meat that was not ritually slaughtered, offering a sacrifice before the animal is eight days old, perjury, and judicial corruption; the commandments to separate all agricultural tithes in their proper order, sanctify the first-born son, return a lost animal to its owner, and help unload an overburdened animal.


Fifth Aliyah: We are commanded not to lie or take a bribe. The mitzvah of the Shemitah (Sabbatical year) is introduced: six years we work and harvest the land, and on the seventh year we allow the land to rest. Similarly, on a weekly basis, six days we work and on the seventh day we – and our cattle and servants – must rest. We are forbidden to mention the name of other gods. We are commanded to celebrate the three festivals — Passover, Shavuot and Sukkot – and to make pilgrimages to the Holy Temple on these occasions. Finally, we are told not to cook meat in (its mother’s) milk.


Sixth Aliyah: G‑d informed the Israelites that He would dispatch an angel to lead them into Canaan. This angel would not tolerate disobedience. If, however, the Israelites would hearken to the angel, and eradicate idolatry from the Promised Land, then they will be greatly rewarded. Their Canaanite enemies will fall before them and G‑d “will bless your food and your drink, and will remove illness from your midst.”


Seventh Aliyah: This section continues describing the blessings the Israelites will receive if they faithfully serve G‑d: no miscarriages or barren women, longevity, wide spacious borders and supernatural assistance in their quest to conquer the Holy Land. G‑d warns the Israelites against entering into treaties with the Canaanite natives or allowing them to remain in the land after the Israelite invasion. The Torah now relates some of the events that occurred in the days immediately prior to the giving of the Torah. Moses went up the mountain and received a message from G‑d which he communicated to the people. The Israelites enthusiastically committed themselves to following all of G‑d’s laws. Moses transcribed the “Book of the Covenant” and read it to the people. Then, together with the Israelite firstborn, Moses offered sacrifices and sprinkled the blood on the people, bringing them into a covenant with G‑d. This section concludes with G‑d summoning Moses – after the giving of the Torah – to ascend the mountain where he would remain for forty days and nights, and would then be given the Tablets.

PARSHAH PICKS: Is Religion Still Relevant? (Mishpatim)

Shevat 22, 5775 · February 11, 2015
General Overview:

 

This week’s reading, Mishpatim, details many laws, including laws related to slaves, personal injury, loans, usury, and property damage. The end of the portion speaks of the preparations the Israelites made before receiving the Torah at Mt. Sinai.

 

This Week’s Features  

By Robert M. Schwartz
THE PARSHAH

Exodus 21:1–24:18

Many laws are introduced to the fledgling nation. Among the 53 laws presented are the laws of servants, and the observance of the seasonal festivals and the kosher laws. Moses ascends to heaven for 40 days and nights to receive the Torah.

COLUMNISTS
Cyberspace, outer space, inner space. Genome maps, globalization. Smart cards, smart bombs, stem cells and cell phones… Should we still need subscribe to an ancient code of laws when we are so further advanced than our ancestors?

By Yossy Goldman
“In the human being,” explained Rabbi Schneur Zalman, “there are ‘rich’ organs, such as the mind and heart, and ‘poor’ organs, like the stomach. I refuse to remain in a city where they torture the poor!”

By Moshe Bogomilsky
By Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
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Parsha Mishpatim

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Aaron L. Raskin
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Study some of the highlights of the weekly Torah portion with insights from various commentaries.

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Life Lessons from Parshat Mishpatim

The portion of Mishpatim contains many mitzvahs and details related to civil law. The first law, which is about the Jewish servant, conveys a profound teaching in attaining true freedom.

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Many of the tractates in the Talmud that deal with Jewish civil and damage laws are based on verses in this week’s Torah portion — Parshat Mishpatim. This class gives a deeper look at one of these laws: The goring Ox.

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PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL: Mishpatim

Shevat 22, 5775 · February 11, 2015
Mishpatim
Exodus 21:1-24:18

Following the revelation at Sinai, G-d legislates a series of laws for the people of Israel. These include the laws of the indentured servant; the penalties for murder, kidnapping, assault, and theft; civil laws pertaining to redress of damages, the granting of loans, and the responsibilities of the “Four Guardians”; and the rules governing the conduct of justice bycourts of law.

Also included are laws warning against mistreatment of foreigners; the observance of the seasonal festivals, and the agricultural gifts that are to be brought to the Holy Temple in Jerusalem; the prohibition against cookingmeat with milk; and the mitzvah of prayer. Altogether, the Parshah of Mishpatim containsfifty-three mitzvot — 23 imperative commandments and 30 prohibitions.

G-d promises to bring the people of Israel to theHoly Land, and warns them against assuming the pagan ways of its current inhabitants.

The people of Israel proclaim, “We will do and we will hear all that G-d commands us.” Leaving Aaron and Hur in charge in the Israelite camp, Moses ascends Mount Sinai and remains there for forty days and forty nights to receive the Torah from G-d.

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פרשת   עי הרב אליהו דיסקין יתרו יח שבט תשסט

12.01.2014
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הרב פינטו

עונג שבת – פרשת יתרו – תוכנית באורך מלא

פרשת שמות הרב מאיר צימרוט בישיבת מתימן יבוא

 15.12.2013

הרב זמיר כהן

קול צופייך | תשנ”ח ו’ שבט | פרשת | הלכות ט”ו בשבט | מרן הרב מרדכי אליהו

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פרשת הרב קניאל שליט”א כרמיאל תשע”א

פרשת הרב קניאל שליט”א כרמיאל

הרב פינטו שיעור מוסר על פרשת שיעור קונפרנס לאשדוד

חדש! פרשת – הכרת הטוב הרב הרצל חודר מומלץ ומרתק ביותר!!!

פרשת הרב אליהו אור

פרשת הרב דרוקמן

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11.01.2014
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הרב שלמה לוינשטיין שליט”א – Yitro פרשת יתרו התשע”ב

27.01.2013
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פרשת

2 דקות תורה לפרשת
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חידוש קצר מפרשת השבוע פרשת בא.
מפי הרב הצדיק רבי יוסף שובלי שליט”א.

קישורים:

http://www.breslev-midot.com/%D7%94%D… הרבי מליובאוויטש , rabbi melubavitz

שתי דקות תורה – חידושים קצרים על פרשת שבוע.

הידברות-הרב אורי זוהר-פרשת שמות

08.02.2012

פרשת שמות
הרב אורי זוהר ממשיך בסדר הפרשיות והמוסר שעומד מאחוריהם והפעם פרשת שמות.

מהרחו

29.07.2013   Rav Moshe Armoni

 

פרשת בא

11.12.2011

שיעורים של הרב מרדכי אלון שליט”א לפרשת השבוע משנת תשסח
בית מדרש ואהבת מושבה מגדל
הקדמה לספר שמות
שמות, פסוק א עד יא

הרב אברהם חפוטא שליט”א

הרב יצחק רצאבי הדרשה השבועית מוצ”ש 19.1.13 פרשת

19.01.2013

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הרב יונה מצגר

הרב שקד בוהדנה שליט”א – פרשת ” ” תשע”א.

 הרב משה סוסנה

01.01.2013

מה התועלת שיצאה מהשיעבוד במצרים? ומה עלינו ללמוד מכך.

בקשות פרשת Bakashot Parashat

13.01.2011

On the Hilula of Baba Sali on Motsae Shabbat January 8th, the Sephardic Community got together at Abir Yaakob Congregation to sing the Moroccan Bakashot of Parashat Bo along with some of the piyutim of Yagel Yaakob.
Hazanim included:
R’ David Kadoch of Abir Yaakob
R’ Aviv Ouanounou of Magen David

Divre Torah address given by: Haham Amram Assayag

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Mishpatim/ Shkalim – Feeling What it’s Like To Be Poor And Downtrodden

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משה ויתרו – האידיאל והביצוע (Hebrew) Rav Yechezkel Yakovson

Yitro ou la place des femmes dans la Torah

30.01.2013

J’entends souvent dire que la Torah est chauviniste et que les femmes n’ont pas de place dans notre religion…et cette Paracha arrive a point pour changer ces fausses idées reçues.

D’apres la Torah, le respect de la femme est primordial et l’on voit cela dans la maniere dont D’ demande a Moche (Moise) de s’addresser au peuple lors du don des Tables de la Loi.

Ce cours traite des sujets suivants:
– le personnage de Yitro (pourquoi son nom evoque t-il le Don de la Torah?)
– la mission donne a l’homme et a la femme depuis la creation du monde…pour cela, référons nous aux trois premiers versets du chapitre 19 de notre Paracha:

1 Au troisième mois depuis la sortie des enfants d’Israël d’Égypte, ce jour-là, ils arrivèrent au désert du Sinaï.
2 Ils quittèrent Refidim, arrivèrent au désert du Sinaï et y campèrent ; Israël y campa, face à la montagne.
3 Moïse monta vers D.ieu, et l’Éternel l’appela du haut de la montagne et lui dit : « Ainsi tu diras à la maison de Jacob et parleras aux enfants d’Israël.

Dans cette Paracha, D’ proclame les Dix Commandements : croire en D.ieu, rejeter l’idolâtrie, ne pas invoquer le nom de l’É-ternel à l’appui du mensonge, sanctifier le jour du Chabbat, honorer son père et sa mère, ne pas commettre d’homicide, ne pas commettre d’adultère, ne pas commettre de vol, ne pas porter un faux témoignage, ne pas convoiter ce qui appartient à son prochain.

Chabbat chalom:)

A Mayanot Moment – Parashat Yitro – Rebetzin Hendel

Parshat Yitro: The Experience of Sinai

Parshat Yitro: Altar Accentuation

Parshat Yitro: Desiring the Desired

Emuna Explored Parshat – Yisro

Arrival Accentuation Parshat Yitro

14.01.2014

Available on naaleh.com at:http://www.naaleh.com/viewclass/3076/…

In this class (shiur) Mrs. Shira Smiles discusses Parshat YitroAvailable online in streaming video, and for download in mp3 and mp4 (Ipod video) formats

National Board Dvar Torah- Parshat Yitro

31.01.2013

הרבנית אהובה ארד

הצפייה לנשים בלבד!!
שיעור על פרשת “בא” מפי הרבנית אהובה ארד שתחי’
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בואי והצטרפי אלינו למסע רוחני ומיוחד עם הרבה שמחה, אהבה ותפילה.
לכל קברות הצדיקים באוקראינה-
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רבי שמשון ברסקי, בעל התניא, גן סופיה ועוד..
ביחד במסע נעשה הפרשות חלה, סעודות אמנים, שיעורי תורה, סדנאות התבודדות ומסיבות ריקודים וטקס חינה לרווקות!!!
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Parshat Yitro: The Ten Commandments

When Did Yitro Visit and Why Do We Care?: Reflections on Parashat Yitro

17.02.2012
Rachel Friedman speaks on the topic “When Did Yitro Visit and Why Do We Care?: Reflections on Parashat Yitro”
From the Drisha Institute for Jewish Education lecture series “Parashat HaShavua: The Red Sea and Beyond”, Spring 2012

Thoughts on Parashat Yitro – Gila Hoch

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Parshat Mishpatim: A Writer Talks About the “People Of The Book”

 25.01.2010

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People of the book, dive in to a video, won’t you? Author and professor David Henkin talks about the act of writing in this week’s G-dcast…in an attempt to discover what we need books for, anyway.

This is Episode 18 of the weekly Torah cartoon from G-dcast.com. Each week, a different storyteller – some musical, some poetic, some just straight-up, tell the story of the current Torah portion…and then we animate it!

This is Episode 17 of the weekly Torah cartoon from G-dcast.com. Each week, a different storyteller – some musical, some poetic, some just straight-up, tell the story of the current Torah portion…and then we animate it!




Michpatim : La Paracha avec Boubach saison 2 !!

 20.01.2014

Voici la nouvelle émission de 613tv conçue et présentée par Michael Broll !
Avec Boubach découvrez les trésors de la Torah à travers la paracha de la semaine !!!!!!! Un rendez-vous a ne pas manquer et à partager avec tous vos amis !…

Here is the new issue of 613tv designed and presented by Michael Broll!
With Boubach discover the treasures of the Torah through the parsha of the week!!! An appointment not to be missed and share with all your friends! ..

22.01.2014

Une nouvelle émission de 613TV qui vous propose 15 minutes de Thora avec une parole de Thora sur la paracha,une loi de Chabbat et une merveilleuse histoire.
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WEEKLY TORAH FOR KIDS: Parshat Mishpatim

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Shevat 21, 5774 · January 22, 2014
Fickle Taste

Sam was almost ready to go to school. All he needed to do was collect his snack from the refrigerator, and then put on his shoes and jacket. The truth was, he was early this morning, and was happy he would not have to run to catch his bus.

“Muuum!” Sam’s smiling face turned sour in an instant, as he saw the snack his Mom had prepared for him. Instead of putting it in his bag, he put it down on the table. “Green peppers? Why did you give me that today?”

Mrs. Green hurried down the stairs. “Sam? Is everything OK?”

“Mom, you know I don’t like green peppers – I only like red ones. Why did you pack green for me?” Sam did not look pleased.

Mrs. Green was confused. “I have been packing you green peppers for the last month. You told me a month ago that you like them.”

“I know. But now I changed my mind…. I’m allowed to, right?”

Mrs. Green smiled. “If you do it in a polite manner, of course you are. Actually, this reminds me of this week’s Torah portion, Mishpatim. Do you know what Mishpatim talks about?”

Mrs. Green started rinsing a red pepper, as Sam began to answer.

“Sure. It tells us how we need to behave towards one another. It says we should help lighten the load of our enemy’s animal. It tells us about thieves having to pay back double of what they have stolen, and sometimes more than double.”

“Very good,” says Mrs Green. “In last week’s Torah portion, the Jewish people received the Torah. This week’s portion starts by teaching Mitzvot that are easy to understand – ones we would probably do if we were just a nice and well behaved nation. Then in the second part of the Sedra, it tells about Shabbat and Festivals and not eating milk and meat together. Why did G‑d teach the laws in this order? Why not first teach us the Mitzvot we don’t understand – like keeping Shabbat, or the laws of eating kosher?”

Sam wrinkled his brow. “I don’t know. Why is Mishpatim full of laws that are almost self-explanatory?”

Mrs. Green began slicing the red pepper. “G‑d wants to make sure we are keeping the Mitzvot because of our faith and our special connection with Him. Even the Mitzvot that can be understood are not kept only because they make sense. They are kept with special care because G‑d commanded us to do so.”

Mrs. Green dangled the bag of red peppers in front of Sam. “Otherwise, we may change our minds! One day we may wake up and decide to do the Mitzvot, and the next day, we may decide that we are going to do something else, which also seems logical and reasonable!”

Sam looked intently at his mother. “You mean they may change their mind, like me?”

Mrs. Green winked.

Sam grabbed his snack, and ran out the door. In a second he was back.

“Thanks, Mom.”

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