"That This Song May Answer Before Them Forever"
by Rav Tamir Granot
The song of Haazinu is relatively brief, and its principal messages are, no doubt, familiar to most of us. Nevertheless, in order to ensure a basic common denominator, let us review some of the main themes that appear in the song, especially those that uniquely characterize this text.
"You Forgot God Who Created You"
by Harav Aharon Lichtenstein zt"l
People today are not stupid; they do not believe, as some once did, that "The Nile is mine; I made it". However, they are still prone to ignore the observance of mitzvot, and to "forget," in the existential sense, God's existence.
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One avid reader of Harav Amital's When God is Near
was so taken by the book that he opened a public Facebook learning group, to review the book together between Rosh Chodesh Elul and Yom Kippur. To date, 60 have joined!!
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What opportunities are there for special-needs high school graduates who also want to have a year in Israel - and a fulfilling life after that?
Read about the remarkable Darkaynu program, whose male division takes place in Yeshivat Har Etzion.
What's Happening in Israel
Visits to Har Etzion by the most elite instructional institution in the IDF - The IDF Command and Staff College ("Pum") - seem to have become a tradition. Brigadier General Commander Noam Tivon explains why: "I consider Rav Medan a leader, an ideological leader, but also a leader who seeks ways to build bridges, and therefore it is so important to hear him."
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