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Rabbi Yonasan Steiff (1877-1958)

Nov 05 2012

Rabbi Yonasan Steiff was dayan of Budapest and, in America, rav and rosh yeshiva of the Viener Kehillah.

Rabbi Ben Zion Halberstam, Grand Rabbi of Bobov (1874-1941)

Oct 23 2012

“Also the bird found a house, and the wild bird a nest for itself” (Tehillim 84:4). The bird is a metaphor for the Jewish people, as Rashi explains there.

Rabbi Meir Simcha of Dvinsk, author of Ohr Somayach (1843-1926)

Oct 03 2012

Rabbi Meir Simcha of Dvinsk brings up the oaths in his comment on Yosef's last words to his brothers: "G-d will surely visit you and take you up from this land, to the land that He promised to Avraham, Yitzchak and Yaakov." Yosef was warning them not to

Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki, Rashi (1040-1104)

Jun 08 2012

Rashi in his commentary on Hoshanos (printed in Siddur Otzar Hatefilos, as well as in Siddur Beis Yaakov) explains the words “G-d of salvations, in the four oaths” as a reference to the oaths of Shir Hashirim.

Parsha Pearls: Parshas Behar

Sep 22 2011

Can Living in the Zionist State Be Considered Exile?

And if his hand was not able to produce enough [money] to return to him, then his field will be in the buyer’s hand until the Yovel year. (25:28)

Parsha Pearls: Parshas Parah

Aug 19 2011

One who touches a dead human body will be unclean for seven days; he must purify himself with [the ashes of the red heifer] on the third day, and on the seventh day [at nightfall] he will become clean. (Bamidbar 19:11-12)