A Memorial in Israel ~ For Romanian Victims

MV Mefküre (often referred to as Mefkura) was a Turkish wooden-hulled motor schooner chartered to carry Jewish Holocaust refugees from Romania to Istanbul, sailing under the Turkish and Red Cross flags. On 5 August 1944 a submarine  sank her in the Black Sea  by shellfire, killing more than 300 refugees. What is also even more inhumane is that once they sank the

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New Article by Baruch for Sukkot

I apologize for the formatting for this article. When I transferred it to the blog, I couldn’t get it to format properly. בס״דThe High Holiday and the Feast of Tabernacles 5781 When one examines the Feast of Trumpets and the Day of Atonement, two thoughts should come into a person’s mind: Judgment and Forgiveness. The

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Shabbat Shalom!

This week, we have a double parasha reading. As I’ve explained previously, due to leap years, there are extra readings. But, since this year was not a leap year, some weeks have double readings. This week’s readings are Nitzavim (Deuteronomy 29:9-30:20) and Vayelech (Deuteronomy 31:1-31:30). Here is a brief commentary by Baruch on Vayelech.   Parashat Nitzavim-Vayelech In this week’s

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Webinars Now on Our YouTube Channel

Many people contacted me that they missed or did not register for the Webinar discussions with members of Kingdom Hope Community. These meetings are now available to watch on our YouTube channel. Here are the links:

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