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A Kosher Sukkah in 46 Seconds: an Interview with the Inventors
What happens when two inventors take their creativity one step forward in the direction of holiness? A brilliant invention of a sukkah that expands and stands stable in only 46 seconds. We went to check out how it came about.
A Story For Shabbat: Not Divine Inspiration
The little girl stammered that her mother had sent her to check whether the chicken was kosher. The Rav beckoned to her and after a few minutes of checking the chicken thoroughly he gave it back to her and told her: Go tell your mother that she made a mistake and brought the wrong chicken. A Shabbat story about Rabbi Shmuel Salant, Rabbi of Jerusalem (1816-1909)
All-Star “Jewish” Amar’e Stoudemire Headed for Jerusalem
Stoudemire who wears a kipa and keeps kosher, left the world’s best league to finish his career in Jerusalem.
Balanced Eating and Core Supplements
The food you eat affects your general productivity and quality of life. What's the key to living a healthier and more productive life? Renowned nutritionist Dr. Shmuel Shields explains how to design a healthier and more nutritious diet and lifestyle
Can an Orthodox Jew have the Internet at home?
Rabbi, my children learn in an Orthodox school. I have the Internet in our home, because it is necessary for my work. Is it OK to show them Torah films on the computer — or maybe they will develop too much love for the computer? Thanks for your answer.
In this weekly lesson, Rabbi Zamir Cohen explains how food affects our souls and the deeper meaning behind the consumption of Kosher food.
Why does the Torah command us not to eat certain animals? A Torah observant Jew does not lose out on any pleasures in life, rather he learns how to gain self-control
Free Will In Action
Battles are always being fought at the point of free will, and that point is always changing
Healthy Living - Mind, Body and Soul - Part 1
How does the food we eat effect our body and soul? Why did G-d create us with the need to eat and drink in order to sustain ourselves? Why is it forbidden to eat milk and meat together? Rabbi Botton reveals the spiritual reality underlying the Jewish dietary laws
Healthy Living - Mind, Body and Soul - Part 2
Why are so many Jewish ceremonies accompanied with food? What is the spiritual effect of the blessings we site over food? Rabbi Botton shares more mystical insights to the Jewish dietary laws
Historical Verification of the Torah - Part 6
How can keeping Kosher save you from assimilation? How can it be that such a small nation has survived while many other nations have been extinct? In the last session of the series Rabbi Gottlieb elaborates further on the secret of Jewish survival.
How Come Jews Practice Shechita? (Jewish ritual slaughter)
Not only do kosher animals not suffer during ritual slaughter, they do not even experience emotional discomfort before the act, and have absolutely no sense of their impending deaths.
How to fix the personality trait of an evil eye
They always write about how careful one has to be from the evil eye, how to cancel its effect, and how to get away from it, but how does one fix it if one has it?? One who already has an evil eye, and harms people and scares them ... How can he get out of it?? Isn’t it something you can not control? One who has this — is there anything he can do?? Is there no turning back ??
I want to repent
I lived abroad for 25 years and want to repent. I lived with a non-Jewess and have a five year old girl. I keep kosher and put on tefillin and try to keep the Shabbat. What should I do?
Why is it so important to keep the laws of Kosher in totality? Rabbi Shay Tahan discusses the affect of eating Kosher on the body and soul.
Keeping Kosher - In Word and In Image
Daddy had seen how even his little grandchildren were willing to go through physical and emotional discomfort for the sake of an ideal
Why is chicken considered meat according to Jewish law? Why do some communities have the custom not eat turkey? Rabbi Kaplan summarizes the laws and customs regarding Kosher birds.
What do the fins and scales of the kosher fish symbolize? What is considered reliable supervision when it comes to kosher food? How can you be sure the fish you order at a restaurant is kosher?