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Children Write a Torah Scroll on the Ashkelon Coast

Children in the coastal district of Ashkelon were invited Wednesday night to begin a new project: to participate in writing a Torah scroll for their area. The project, sponsored by the Hof Ashkelon Regional Council, will involve children ages three months to 18 years old. “It is considered a great deed, to write a Torah [...]

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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 13 January 18, 2012

Chabad-Lubavitch emissary and army chaplain, Rabbi Aaron Gurevitch has been visiting prisons across Russia for the past few years, bringing Jewish books and counseling Jewish inmates. Gurevitch received a gold medal from the Russian Prison Services Administration for his work rehabilitating prisoners and improving their spiritual quality of life. A loose collection of memorable moments [...]

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New Torah for Nosson Deitsch Completed

For a year, scribes armed with only quill pens and a specially mixed ink have been busy re-creating the more than 300,000 handwritten letters that make up the Torah scroll for Chabad of Brandon, Florida. Now, with the completion of the work featuring the five books of Moses on 54 pieces of parchment, Chabad of [...]

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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue #8 December 14, 2011

Over the past two months three new Jewish dating websites were set up in the U.S. plus ten more are slated to launch in the coming years as part of a Chabad network that hopes to go global. JDallas.org, JBoston.org, and JMiami.org were launched in their respective cities, following the success of Rabbi Yisroel Bernath’s [...]

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Ben Ish Hai Torah Coming to Israel

An ancient Sefer Torah once possessed by the Iraqi rabbinic luminary Ben Ish Hai (1832-1909) will soon leave Bagdad and come to Israel. The Torah Scroll, estimated to be 400 years old, is one of the oldest in the world. It was written in large, clear letters on thick parchment known as gawil – meaning [...]

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Baba Elazar’s Murderer Hid Knife with his Tefillin

New details in the murder indictment in the shocking murder of Rabbi Elazar Abuhatzeira (Baba Elazar) three weeks ago reveal another shock – the killer his the murder weapon with his tefillin, which contain parchments of sections of the Torah and are worn by Jews when praying on weekday mornings. The indictment, served against Asher [...]

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Set up your Menorah

Hanukkah starts on the Hebrew calendar date of 25 Kislev and last for eight days. In 2010, Hanukkah begins at sundown on December 1st and ends on December 9th.T here are many customs and traditions which are followed in the celebration of the Hanukkah holiday, and one of the most important parts of celebrating this [...]

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How to Dispose a Damaged Torah Properly

The Torah is one of the most sacred objects in the Jewish religion. The highest ideal of all Jews is Torah study. Unlike ordinary books, a damaged Torah cannot just be thrown away. It should be treated with respect and buried in a cemetery. Seek the advice of an expert sofer to determine whether the [...]

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Ministry Demands Israel to Return Rare Torah Thought to Have Been Looted

Ministry Demands Israel to Return Rare Torah Thought to Have Been Looted

Israel should return rare Babylonian Jewish artifacts to Iraq, an official at the Tourism Ministry in Baghdad was quoted as saying Monday. In particular, the Baghdad authorities want back an ancient handwritten scroll, known in Hebrew as a Torah, which contains the core five books of the Jewish Bible on parchment. Iraq once had a [...]

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The Process of Obtaining a Gett

A Gett is a Jewish divorce document that should be obtained in addition to civil divorce to officially terminate a marriage. The Torah acknowledges the necessity of divorce in unavoidable circumstances. However, divorce is used only as last resort when all other options fail. As soon as you decide to separate, you should contact a Rabbi for [...]

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How to Properly Affix a Mezuzah

In the Torah, God commands Jews to hang a mezuzot on doorposts. Two portions of Torah are written on the parchment.These are Shema (Deuteronomy 6:4-9) and Vehaya (Deuteronomy 11:13-21). The Shema is a reminder of God’s presence  in our lives and of our responsibility to keep God’s commandments in our hearts. Vehaya serves as an assurance of [...]

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Bar Mitzvah Tallit – The First Tallit

A bar mitzvah is a momentous occasion in a boy’s life marking the passage from childhood into adulthood. At age 13, a boy becomes responsible for his actions and is expected to keep the commandments of the Jewish faith. The term Bar Mitzvah is often mistakenly used to describe the ceremony and celebration surrounding the [...]

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Megillah Esther Scroll

Kosher, hand scribed parchment Megillas Esther for those reading in synagogues, community readings, or at home. A megillah is an excellent Bar Mitzvah present or gift for your rabbi, synagogue, or baal koreh torah reader. These are special order, non-returnable items. Available in two script styles and 3 sizes as follows: Regular: Arizal - 12′ [...]

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Beis Yosef Teffilin

Made in Israel Tefillin of ox-neck skin meeting the highest standards (mehadrin min ha-mehadrin). Our high quality tefillin and the boxes (Batim) are molded from a few pieces of kosher animal skin. They have hand written Parchments (Parshiot) put together by Soffers from Bney Braq and Jerusalem. All of the parshiot in tefillin are written [...]

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Torah Scroll - New

As one of the leading sources in the country for new and used torah scrolls, we are able to bring you the highest quality scrolls written on parchment by certified scribes in Israel. The cost of a new scroll can range from 28000.00 to 45,000.00 depending upon the beauty of the writing on parchment.

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Etz Chaim Torah Rollers

Deluxe wood with double inlaid sterling silver rings, buttons, silver inlaid handles and silver crown. Choice of finish in either dark or light wood. For proper sizing of pole, measure parchment height and add on 2 inches.

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Etz Chaim Torah Rollers

A) Deluxe wood with inlaid sterling silver rings and crown.B) Deluxe wood with inlaid sterling silver rings, buttons and crown. C) Deluxe wood with inlaid sterling silver rings, buttons and sterling silver handle. }}For proper sizing of pole, measure parchment height and add on 2 inches.

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Torah Roller

Made of the finest quality walnut, with double interlocking rollers, for protection of the Torah parchment. Rods are standard size, 22″ long. Custom sizes available. Please call if you need assistance ordering this item.

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Etz Chaim Torah Rollers

A) Deluxe wood with floral inlaid sterling silver ring, silver inlaid in handles and silver crown. B) Sterling silver plate and handle with floral design. C) Sterling siklver pklate ad handle engraved with modern floral design. For proper sizing of pole, measure parchment height and add on 2 inches.

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I am a Torah - A Playful Action Rhyme

It’s never too early to show how a precious Torah scroll is written. In I am a Torah, happy children stretch out their arms to be as wide as the parchment, stand up straight and tall like a feathery quill, and rotate their arms as the scroll is rolled up. At the end of the [...]

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Sefer Torah - Simcha Back

14.5″ x 18 ” The text of this Ketubah appears on the parchment of the Torah scroll. Pastel and gold illumination give this work a gentle glow. Not Personalized - Usually ships within 2-3 Weeks Personalized - Usually ships within 3-4 Weeks

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Royal Vows

“Go out and see, daughters of Zion, the King shlomo; in the crown which His mother has made Him, on the day of His wedding, and on the day that his Heart Rejoices.” The above verse is the transliteration that surrounds the Ketubah. This verse can be found in the song of songs. (chapter 3 [...]

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Torah Mezuzah

Torah design mezuzah with elegant gray & white enameled swirls on pewter. 4-1/2”. Small parchment (Item #281) recommended. Parchment not included.

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The Book of Books: Mysteries of the Torah Scroll

Azriel Eisenberg Publisher: Soncino Press In this fascinating book, distinguished scholar Azriel Eisenberg takes the reader through the mysteries of the Torah scroll-from the specific way scribes copy the Torah onto the parchment scroll to the illuminating history of the Bible text and the important role that Torah scrolls have played in the life and [...]

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