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Purim is celebrated in Jerusalem on Friday, March 22, 2019 and on Thursday, March 21 everywhere else. Why do...

Ask Rabbi Tuly: When is Purim?

Purim is celebrated in Jerusalem on Friday, March 22, 2019 and on Thursday, March 21 everywhere else. Why do...

Purim is celebrated in Jerusalem on Friday, March 22, 2019 and on Thursday, March 21 everywhere else. Why do some places celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim on one day, while other cities observe it on another day? Rabbi...

Why is it called the “Dead Sea” in English? In Hebrew, it’s not called the “Dead Sea,” it’s called...

Ask the Rabbi: Why is it Called the Dead Sea?

Why is it called the “Dead Sea” in English? In Hebrew, it’s not called the “Dead Sea,” it’s called...

Why is it called the “Dead Sea” in English? In Hebrew, it’s not called the “Dead Sea,” it’s called the “Salt Sea” because of the extreme salinity of the water which makes life there unsustainable. However, the Bible says...

According to Rabbi Tuly Weisz, “There is no more contested location than the spiritual epicenter of the world: The...

Ask the Rabbi: Where Will the Third Temple be Built?

According to Rabbi Tuly Weisz, “There is no more contested location than the spiritual epicenter of the world: The...

According to Rabbi Tuly Weisz, “There is no more contested location than the spiritual epicenter of the world: The Temple Mount.” He asks, “Wouldn’t it be easier for the Jews to build the Third Temple somewhere else, anywhere else...

Great philosophers have long debated the age-old question: Which came first: the chicken or the egg? The Jews have...

Ask the Rabbi: When Will the Third Temple be Built?

Great philosophers have long debated the age-old question: Which came first: the chicken or the egg? The Jews have...

Great philosophers have long debated the age-old question: Which came first: the chicken or the egg? The Jews have had a similar ancient argument: Will the Third Temple be built before the Messiah arrives or will it be built...

Did God break his Covenant with the people of Israel? First, the holy Temple in Jerusalem destroyed and left...

Ask the Rabbi: Did God Break His Covenant With the People of Israel?

Did God break his Covenant with the people of Israel? First, the holy Temple in Jerusalem destroyed and left...

Did God break his Covenant with the people of Israel? First, the holy Temple in Jerusalem destroyed and left in ruins. Next, the Jewish people scattered to the four corners of the earth. Then, six million Jews killed in...

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