Babylonian Talmud

Rav Druckman with Mr. Kurt Rothschild..
Marathon Talmud study session unites national-religious community

Some of the most senior rabbis in the national religious community participated in the study session.

The newly discovered Roman-era pool in Tzipori
Discovered Roman-era pool could be 'the krona of Tzipori' from Talmud

May serve as proof for the existence of a famous ancient Jewish bathing site.

 People’s Talmud creator Gedaliah Gurfein exhibits his repository of Talmudic wisdom at the General
People’s Talmud launches online

The new resource will contain 7,000 entries from the pages of the Talmud to make the wisdom of the ancient Jewish text accessible and relevant to all.

Maimon Cohen
Bringing the synagogue to the stage

The A’irra Shachar concerts feature four styles of bakashot.

11/01/2018
SKIERS RIDE a ski lift on Mount Hermon in the Golan Heights
Halacha matters: Fighting the dark after the festival of light

Growth, transformation and renewal can take place on numerous levels only when we appreciate that transitions are often an opportunity.

By NECHAMA GOLDMAN BARASH
21/12/2017
AN IRAQI RESIDENT walks past an old building destroyed during an electrical fire in Baghdad in 2011.
Remembering Baghdad

The exodus of the Jews from many parts of the world is frequently and sadly sometimes a precursor for other forced migrations.

Age-old superstitions: Amulets and talismans from the ‘Angels and Demons Jewish Magic Through the Ag
Double, double toil and trouble: Exploring modern-day witches

People may buy into magic in private, but many sectors of the modern world don’t tend to embrace such beliefs, viewing them as ridiculous or weak.

By RACHEL MYERSON
28/09/2017
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