The Rabbinical Alliance of America Calls for the Black Lives Matter Movement to Purge Anti-Semitism from Its Platform

The Rabbinical Alliance of America—Igud HaRabbonim, representing over 950 American Orthodox Rabbis—calls on the Black Lives Movement to purge anti-Semitism from its platform.

The Rabbinical Alliance of America recognizes that the tragic events that led to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis have spurred a much-needed conversation on racism. As a nation, we have an obligation to engage in this important discussion which hopefully will lead to concrete policy proposals and constructive solutions to eradicate racism from our nation once and for all. [...Click headline above for more...] 

Rav Frager: Time for Sovereignty Now

Our chaver, Rav Dr. Joseph Frager, argues for the political benefits of sovereignty in Arutz Sheva, July 3, 2020

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Time for sovereignty now

Nike came up with a great expression used in all of their advertisements that has had a profound influence on the world. Their motto is “Just do it”. I say to the State of Israel and to the U.S. Administration in reference to applying Sovereignty over Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley, “Just do it”. This is the right time. The longer one waits the more the naysayers have time to apply pressure and make trouble. [...Click headline above for more...] 

Chaplaincy Commission Update

From the desk of Rabbi Leonard(Yehuda)Blank MS.BCC
Director of Chaplaincy Commission and External Affairs
Rabbinical Alliance of America/Igud HaRabbonim
917-445-2126 rablenblank@gmail.com
July 2, 2020

The shloshim for my dear and beloved Ashis Chayil Keila Lutza bas Shalom HaKohein a’h was this past Monday June 29th. I thought, I would be able to share with you many aspects of my wife and our lives together with family these 27 years. However, after having spent hours preparing my speech, and I was the main speaker of the evening following my three stepsons, my son who delivered the hadran and one of my dear son in laws who spoke before me, I am not able to share with you any insights for this newsletter. Beginning that evening my official mourning period ended and now I transition to another part of life. [...Click headline above for more...] 

Divrei Torah: Chukas-Balak

Rabbi Hershel Kurzrock – Chukas 5779 in two parts
 
 
Rabbi Hershel Kurzrock – Balak 5779 in two parts
 
 
Rabbi Klass – Chukas-Balak 5780
 
Rabbi Dovid Katz – Chukas-Balak 5780
 
Dirshu – Chukas 5780
Dirshu - Chukas 5780
 
Dirshu – Balak 5780
Dirshu - Balak 5780
 
Rav Asher Weiss – Chukas 5780
Rav Asher Weiss - Chukas 5780
 
Rav Asher Weiss – Balak 5780
Rav Asher Weiss - Balak 5780
 
Rabbi Rokeach 5780
 
Rabbi Ziegler - Chukas 5780
 
Rabbi Ziegler - Chukas 5779
 
Chukas - Rabbi Ziegler 5775
 
Chukas - Rabbi Ziegler 5744
 
Chukas - Rabbi Rokeach 5774
 
Chukas - Rabbi Rokeach 5773
 
Chukas - Rabbi Rokeach 5771
 
Chukas - Rabbi Kirsh 5773
 
Chukas - Rabbi Kirsh 5772
 
Chukas - Rabbi Kirsh 5771
 
Chukas - Rabbi Kirsh 5769
 
Chukas - Rabbi Kantor 5740
 
Chukas - Rabbi Hecht 5743
 
Rabbi Ziegler - Balak 5779
 
Balak - Rabbi Kirsh 5771
 
Balak - Rabbi Kirsh 5770
 
Balak - Rabbi Hecht 5743
 
Balak - Rabbi Ziegler 5775
 
Balak - Rabbi Ziegler 5774
 
Balak - Rabbi Ziegler 5773
 
Balak - Rabbi Ziegler 5771
 
Balak - Rabbi Ziegler 5770
 
Balak - Rabbi Rokeach 5774
 
Balak - Rabbi Rokeach 5773
 
Balak - Rabbi Rokeach 5770
 
Balak - Rabbi Kirsh 5775
 
Balak - Rabbi Halberstam 5740
 
Liska Rebbe – Chukas 5779

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