When you take leave of the Western Wall, you take a few steps backwards, keeping your eyes on the Wall. Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach said that we never stop looking towards Jerusalem, our holy city. "Have you ever seen how people who are in love say goodbye to one another? They can’t stop looking at one another. They don’t just say goodbye, turn around, and walk away. They keep looking at each other as they leave one another. So too we never stop looking toward Jerusalem!" Now there's a brand new opportunity to always remain connected to the Holy City of Jerusalem and to God's Torah: the Yeshiva for the Nations offers an incredible opportunity to learn the Jewish perspective of the Bible online, at your own leisure, no matter where in the world you are!
We Are Celebrating 50 Years Since Jerusalem's Reunification!
Countdown to Jerusalem's Golden Jubilee: 9 Days!
As one of the world’s oldest cities and a focal point for the world’s three major monotheistic religions, Jerusalem has been a source of conflict for centuries. As Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat put it, “If there is no conflict in the city, it is a signal that the city isn’t running properly.”
In this course, Rabbi Tuly Weisz presents the Book of Genesis as you have never studied it before. He focuses the familiar stories from the Book of Genesis on how God set aside the Land of Israel for the Jewish people. Rabbi Weisz also illustrates how the Hebrew language reveals the thoughts of God.
Over the centuries, the Star of David has become a proud symbol representing the Jewish Nation. This particular pendant combines the Star of David with the seven branch Menorah which was used for worship in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Now is your opportunity to get this great necklace at 30% off!