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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Monday, March 27, 2017

Jewish Thought

Bringing Jews Together

On 11 Kislev 5776, November 22, 2015, more than one million people from over 150 countries logged in online to participate in a history-making worldwide prayer gathering. They joined thousands of people live at the Kosel Hamaravi in Yerushalayim in the first-ever, global recitation of Tikkun Haklali, the set of ten Psalms revealed by Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.

Tikkun Haklali is a compilation of ten perakim of tehillim that represent ten different types of song. Rabbi Nachman, who was a great grandson of the Ba’al Shem Tov, taught his followers that reciting these ten Perakim acts as a ‘tikun’, a remedy which would help in the process of teshuva and lead to an awareness of the Divine presence in the world. He revealed

Nishmat’s Golda Koschitsky Women’s Halachic Hotline (1-877-YOETZET) – which assists Jewish women seeking woman-to-woman advice on personal questions related to Jewish Law (halacha) and women’s health – announced new, extended hours of operation in the United States and Canada, beginning Thursday, February 23rd.


  • 11 AM to 5 PM, EST
  • Thursdays: 11 AM to 9 PM, EST
  • Saturdays, beginning one half hour after Shabbat for three hours

A new callback feature invites callers

The world is one long chain of events, dating all the way back to Adam.

God created this world as a place of maximum challenge, and therefore, man must be inherently imperfect and die. The sin of Adam revealed this imperfection because of which man must make the transition of death. Accordingly, God told Adam, "But from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, do not eat, for on the day you eat from it, you will definitely die" (Genesis 2:17). Since we are all descendants of Adam, all must

Scroll arrived in Oro Valley from Israel in the nick of time

My father, Simcha Yosef ben 1Ephraim Yakov, passed away on the eve of Rosh Hashanah in 2002 at the age of 91. He spent the last 40 years of his life immersed at Congregation Agudath Achim Anshei Chessed on Staten Island, N.Y., as a shammes, a position his father had held before him. “Shammes” is a poor choice of words. My father was also the minyan gatherer, cantor, treasurer, historian, Kaddish reciter, bar mitzvah tutor

(Excerpted from the book

 “They Must Go” – 1980)

The analysis and proposed transfer of Arabs from Israel that I have set down are not personal views. They are certainly not political ones. This is the Jewish outlook, based on halakah the law as postulated in the Torah.

The removal of all Arabs who refuse to accept the exclusive, unquestioned Jewish sovereignty over Eretz Yisrael is not only logical and normal for any Jew with a modicum of an instinct for self-preservation; it is also the