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The Month of Cheshvan on the Temple Mount

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  馃搱 3199 Jews ascended the Temple Mount in the month of Cheshvan, a 26% rise year over year to Cheshvan on last year (2537 Jewish ascenders). Please find our recap of Beyadenu's activity for the month of Cheshvan: This month's update is dedicated to the memory of Gershon Solomon, z"l, who was one of the leading Temple Mount activists for decades and passed away earlier this week. 馃帄 Record numbers of Jews ascended the Temple Mount this month of Cheshvan. Since the start of the Jewish Year, 11,137 Jews have ascended to the Temple Mount, a 28% year-over-year rise in the number of those ascending in the months of Tishrei and Cheshvan of last year. 馃帀 9 grooms, 5 brides, 3 Bar Mitzvah boys and 2 Bat Mitzvah girls celebrated these milestones by ascending the Temple Mount. 馃帗 Among the organized groups who ascended the Temple Mount in Cheshvan were: Mechinat Amichai from Cramim, Mechinat Kol Ami from Kiryat Anavim, Mechinat Lachish, The Harduf School who also received a lecture

Shavuah Tov

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  Shavuah Tov My dear Ephraim may you all have a good week with good parnassa........ Tomorrow morning, I hope again to reach the Mountain of HaShem and to have a video call with you..... The call is starting around 7.00 o'clock......  Time zone in Jerusalem (GMT+2) I put a link on the Facebook group and on the group on Telegram..... Ariel

Rabbi Ginsburgh for Toldot 5783

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  Wonders • Youtube • Telegram • Whatsapp • Facebook • Donate Happy Rosh Chodesh Kislev! The sleep that is the sense of the month of Kislev is not an escape from reality into a dream world. Instead, it affords us the opportunity to dream in a manner that will allow us to realize the dream and by means of the dream—to influence reality. This, for example, was the power of the Hasmoneans, whose successful war together with its miracles we celebrate on Chanukah, at the end of the month of Kislev. Their ability to face off against the Hellenists, a branch of the world-culture of their time, stemmed from the power of their vision and their dream. While a dream is nothing more than virtual reality, it makes it possible for a person to act in reality by the light of his dream—to shoot arrows from his vision into reality in order to rectify and change it. Kislev is the time to dream and to watch as dreams do come true! Shabbat Shalom, The Gal Einai Team
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    "A simple man, dwelling in tents" (Genesis 25:27) Rosh Chodesh Kislev, 5783/November 25, 2022 Yitzchak , the son of Avraham and father of Yaakov and Esau , had two close calls in his life. The first, of course, was the akeida - when his father brought him to Mount Moriah at G-d's behest to offer him up to HaShem, only to witness with his own eyes gazing heavenward, HaShem rescind the order at the last possible moment. Yitzchak's second close call forms the dramatic climax of this week's Torah reading, Toldot . This is where he very nearly bequeaths Esau with the blessing of the first-born, only to be saved by such an ill-fated move by a last minute deception literally "cooked up" by Rivka and played out perfectly by Yaakov , who walked out of Yitzchak's chamber with the much coveted blessing of the first-born. But why was Yaakov the right son to receive Yitzchak's blessing? After all, Esau did exit Rivka