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by Rabbi Katy Z. Allen STOP! Such we are commanded each week. ~ Stop taking from...
by Richard Schwartz See below for the five op-ed articles related to the Fall Je...
by Thea Iberall The Amazon Rainforest is the most biodiverse region on Earth and...
by Rabbi Michael Birnholz It’s not novel or unique.  Judaism is built...
by Rabbi Louis Polisson (Hebrew translation is after the English) At the edge of...
What possible connections can we make between Pharaoh in the story of Passover, ...
What is the connection between the Titanic and Noah’s Ark? Find out with ...
Rabbi Yonatan Neril shares the realities of the egg industry in Israel – a...
How can waste water be treated for reuse? Understand how Israel became a leader ...
Join Rabbi Yonatan Neril in exploring water waste and recycling in Israel. If yo...
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Fresh from the field
Renewed themes in the commandment of the shmita, in light of the climate crisis The year 5782 which is about to begin will be a shmita year - a special period in the Hebrew calendar that recurs once every seven years. This year we face a harsh reality - the IPPC report published in early August ...
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by Rabbi Dr. Dov Maimon Despite everything they have in common, the Israeli Jewish experience differs greatly from the Diaspora Jewish experience. The two communities don't always have the same interests or find the same issues compelling, and they disagree on quite a few matters, both those rel...
On Chanukah, do you ever question the origins or impact of the traditional donut - the sufganiya? Join Rabbi Yonatan Neril as he asks about these delicious treats! https://www.facebook.com/jewishecoseminars/videos/2230149410368746/ Filmed in Jerusalem, 2018....
Rabbi Yonatan Neril of Jewish Eco Seminars filmed this video about wastefulness of food. It challenges us to question: What is a reasonable amount of chametz (leavened bread) to destroy before Pesach? How can we plan for getting rid of chametz in order to minimize the amount of edible food...