Parshat Vayeshev – Josh Segal
December 4, 2015

This week’s Parsha is Vayeshev and in it we get a glimpse into the life of Yosef. Upon being sold by his brothers, Yosef wound up in the house...

Parshat Vayishlach – Yakir Silverman
December 4, 2015

This week’s Parsha is Parshas Vayishlach. In this week’s Parsha a few things happen. Number one, Yaakov encounters his brother Esav who wants to kill him, lovely. While encountering...

Parshat Ki Tavo : Uriel Green
September 2, 2015

  In this week’s parsha, Parshat Ki Tavo, it says ,” Today, Hashem, your God, commands you to perform these decrees and the statutes.” Many people, including me, say...

Parshat Keitzei : Leetal Winick
September 2, 2015

This week’s parsha, Parshat Keitzei, is packed with the laws regarding 74 of the 613 mitzvot. These include the laws regarding burial, what to do with lost objects and...

Parshat Vayikra – Eitan Feifel
March 23, 2015

‘Started from Leviticus now we’re here’ This week’s Parsha, Parshat Vayikra, begins with G-d calling Moshe into the Tent of Meeting. G-d explains to Moshe the laws of the...

Parshat Ki Tisa – Leetal Winick
March 4, 2015

Ki Tisa is an iconic parsha, which begins with Moshe taking the census of the Jewish people by collecting a half a shekel from everyone and then as most...

Parshat Tetzaveh-Siena Rappoport
February 27, 2015

This week’s parsha is Parshat Tetzaveh. Parshat Tetzaveh mainly talks about the menorah, the Kohen Gadol’s clothing, and the the incense altar. The main theme of the menorah is...

Parshat Yisro-Dania Halperin
February 3, 2015

This week’s Parsha begins with the famous encounter between Moshe and his father-in-law Yisro. When Yisro arrives at the camp, Moshe greets him with a low bow and kisses,...

Parshat Beshalach-Eitan Feifel (YEWWWW)
January 29, 2015

In last week’s parsha, Pharaoh finally allowed the Jews to leave Eretz Mitzrayim. Now, in Parshat Beschalach, Pharaoh yet again changes his mind, and decides to chase after the...

Parshat Chayei Sarah – Eitan Feifel
November 12, 2014

This week’s Parsha, Chayei Sarah, starts off with the death of Sarah. One would fine this odd because the name of the Parsha literally means ‘The Life of Sarah’....