by Rabbi Israel Rubin
In light of the current situation in Israel, the Lubavitcher Rebbe's teachings of increasing Torah study, charity & prayer have special meaning on the holiday of Shavuot.
View pictures of scribes repairing and creating Sifrei Torah. Includes form to sponsor a Torah letter for the Children's Torah.
by Senator Jim Inhofe
On March 4, 2002, Senator Inhofe of Oklahoma explained before the Senate seven reasons why Israel is entitled to the land they have.
by Rabbi Simon Jacobson
Shavuot, referred to as a wedding day, is a marriage between G-d and Israel, between heaven and earth.
by Rabbi Dr. Jonathan Sacks
G-d chose to give the Torah on Mount Sinai, a lowly mountain, to teach us a lesson in humility.
by Miriam Karp
America's southwest region has many Jewish traces, some centuries old.
by Yehudis Cohen
Machon Chana in the Catskill Mountains offers women an opportunity to study Torah in a warm and nurturing environment.
by Rita Herman
Book reviews on children's books 'Let's Go to Shul' by Riki Benenfeld and 'Once Upon a Time' by Draizy Zelcer, both published by Hachai Publishing.
by Dr. Lazerson
Israel and the media - and how the Arabs are quick to distort facts and make up lies.
Shavuot in 2002 starts on Thursday evening, May 16 and lasts until Saturday evening, May 18. This article includes all the laws, customs & traditions of Shavuot.
by Judith Segal
This delicious creation is made using a ready-made dairy pound cake, in keeping with the Jewish tradition of eating dairy foods on Shavuot.
by Miriam Karp
Jewish Journeys interviewed Aliza Karp, a Lubavitch writer who handed out summaries of the Rebbe's points on fighting terrorism at the massive rally in Washington, D.C.
by Debra B. Darvick
Told by Jules Doneson, this is an inspiring story of the reopening of a synagogue in Paris after World War II.
by Yanki Tauber
Are boating regulations constraints of freedom? Shavuos, the holiday celebrating the receiving of the Torah, is also a holiday of freedom.
by Jay Litvin
For baalei teshuvah (returnees to Judaism), maintaining family ties can be painful. This is a touching story about the power of parents' love to unite their children.
by Dr. Abe Sherer
Blintzes are good for you - when you stay up all night on Shavuot studying Torah!
by Yosef Y. Jacobson
The presence of G-d and His Torah is deep within every one of us.
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