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The Objective is War

"When Pharaoh let the people go, G-d did not lead them by way of the land of the Philistines for it was near, [and] G-d said, Lest the people...

Deep Sea Diving

The Gardens Seeking an escape from the fast pace of the big city, I used to visit the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens. Strolling along quiet lanes, I would...

The Prophetess of Redemption

One of the foremost righteous leaders of the Jews in Egyptian exile was the prophetess Miriam, sister of Moses, in whose merit the Jewish nation drank...

Timeline of Jewish History

Chapter 1The New World [numbers on the left hand side correspond to the Jewish calendar which begins with the year '1' - creation of the world -...

Why was Moses chosen to lead the Jewish People out of Egypt?

G-d didn’t need to take auditions for the role of “Jewish Redeemer.” I mean, He didn’t search for a candidate with the right...

Why did Moses not enter the land of Israel?

At face value, the answer is simple. He didn’t listen to G-d. G-d instructed Moses to speak to a rock, which would produce water for the Jews in the...

Whatever happened to the Tabernacle?

After the Israelites crossed the Jordan river into Canaan, the portable Tabernacle was erected in the city of Gilgal, where it remained for the fourteen...

Failed Resolutions

Have you ever made a resolution you didn't keep? Have you ever resolved to go to bed early only to wake up with a headache because you didn't put that...

How was it possible for Moses to speak to large groups with his speech impediment?

Our sages explain that when Moshe spoke to Pharaoh at G-d’s behest, he miraculously spoke without a stutter.1   Furthermore, with the Divine...

Did Moses have horns?

Not only did Moses not have horns but actually no Jews have horns contrary to what the old anti-Semitic myth purports.  The whole thing is obviously...