Continuity and Change in the Mishkan
by Rav Yonatan Grossman
In this shiur I would like to focus on one of the strangest units that we find in these parashiot: the laws of the olah (burnt offering) as they appear in parashat Tzav.
The Great and Dreadful Day of the Lord
by Harav Mosheh Lichtenstein
The primary objective of the haftara is not to illuminate the parasha, but rather to provide each Jew with a weekly spiritual message taken from the words of the Prophets that is relevant to his own situation.
Shabbat Parshat Vayikra with Harav Baruch Gigi!
March 20th & 21st
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MTA 2015 has arrived!!
Welcoming our newest Talmidim from South Africa and Australia!
Congratulations and Yishar Koach to Our Alumni
48 Rabbis were recently elected to official Rabbinic Positions throughout the country; of them 7 are our alumni, and one other is the husband of a Migdal Oz alumna - giving Har Etzion affiliates the largest chunk of the pie! Our congratulations to them all!
Rosh Yeshiva, HaRav Yaacov Medan visiting Gush Isuf Kravi soldiers.
The Combat Intelligence Collection Corps is the newest of the IDF GOC Army Headquarters' five corps. They are tasked with collecting combat intelligence and maintaining observation networks.
Army visits need to be coordinated through IDF command. When the commanding officer received a request for a visit from HaRav Medan, he asked that the Rosh Yeshiva speak with the entire battalion!
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."