PARASHAT HAYEI SARA: Corruption? Not in our house!

The drama of father Abraham.

November 9, 2017 23:56
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PARASHAT HAYEI SARA: Corruption? Not in our house!

A WOMAN plays with her daughter in a field of anemones near Kibbutz Alumim in southern Israel, earlier this year.. (photo credit: AMIR COHEN - REUTERS)


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This week’s parasha, Hayei Sara, may be summarized as the change of generations in Patriarch Abraham’s family, but this hides a complicated drama.

After Abraham’s wife, Sarah, dies, he understands that he has to find a wife for his son Isaac.


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