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The Night Before Redemption, We Needed to Confront One Final Demon

The Double Dip of Jewish History, and the Infamous Blood Libels

1 hr 20 min

Class Summary:

This class was presented on Tuesday, Parshas Bo, 6 Shvat, 5784, January 16, 2024, at Bais Medrash Ohr Chaim in Monsey, NY.

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    Abraham -3 months ago

    This lecture should have x1000 more views. Powerful. 

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  • Anonymous -4 months ago

    Beautiful and relevant. Thank you

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    Esther -4 months ago

    Life lessons

    Didn't we learn that when Joseph's brothers came to Egypt initially, that Joseph treatment of his brothers was really a way  for them to bring up the past and go through the trauma of the past so they there would be forgiveness, and they could move on as a family in the future. The same thing seems to be here with the korbon that it represents Joseph and the sin committed by his brothers by selling him, To recall that time in the past, heal from it and move forward.  
    Seems like the Torah is trying to teach us that we have to face the past and its traumas,  learn from it, so that we can move forward with our lives in a peaceful manner. 

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    cirel lipskier -4 months ago

    Untie - Unite

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    Yisroel -4 months ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    What should a soldier do if the Minister of Defence gives an order that contradicts the Torah. The Torah commands to conduct a siege but the soldiers are required to allow humanitarian aid to the terrorists. The Torah forbids giving any land to the enemies but the government insist that Gaza will return to the Palestinians.

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Women's Pesach/Bo Class

Rabbi YY Jacobson

  • January 16, 2024
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  • 6 Sh'vat 5784
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In loving memory of Miriam bas Reb Tzvi HirshMiriam Popack, a lifelong leader of Jewish outreach, pioneer of Jewish women’s programming for N’shei U’Bnos Chabad; A beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.
Dedicated by her children Dovid and Chaya Rivka Feldman

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