Monthly Archives: November 2014

Parshat Toldot – Yitzchak’s Uniqueness

In memory of Rabbis Moshe Twersky, Avraham Shmuel Goldberg, Aryeh Kupinsky, and Cary William Levine, and police officer Zidan Nahad Seif. May their loved ones be comforted and may their memory be a blessing. ♦ You are an individual. You have a … Continue reading

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Nahum Goldman Fellowship in Copenhagen, January 2015

Very excited to be on the faculty of, and participating in, the upcoming Nahum Goldman Fellowship in Copenhagen in January. They are an amazing organisation with a very important vision and many great achievements to date. Anyone involved and interested … Continue reading

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Gedalia to Rabin – A Shiur for the 19th Yahrzeit of Yitzchak Rabin

Rabin’s assassination, in November 1995, nineteen years ago, is probably the first event of international significance that I remember. At the time, as a 9 year old in London I understood that something terrible had happened and over the years … Continue reading

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