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Although hunting is not as common as it used to be, it remains a popular sport around the world. This essay explores why hunting has never been considered a Jewish sport.
Hunting
A Jew once asked Rabbi Yechezkel Landau, the 18th century chief rabbi of Cracow, whether hunting is permissible. Rabbi Landau …

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Yom Hazikaron: We Remember

November 2, 2005 – 2:47 am | 878 views

Sweeping vista
Lifeless plane,
Victory hollow
Heart of pain.

Land mass strewn
friend and foe,
Lie forever
Battle throes.

Sand storm rising
Sinai beckons,
A soul asunder
Wanders, reckons.
.
Patience try
Today on high,
Was it worth it
An anguished sigh.

A rising wave
A tidal crest,
We won the war
We …