Rav Hammer Visits Har Torah

Rabbi Shalom Hammer visited YHT this week to discuss the importance of Thanksgiving and provide some reflections on Operation Protective Edge. Rabbi Hammer is a chaplain in the IDF...

94-Year-Old War Hero Dedicates IDF Torah

First Lieutenant (Reserve, U.S. Army) Dan Nadel, a 94-year-old resident of Jerusalem and a five-time decorated hero of World War II who led troops in the Battle of the...

Torah Is Fire: Strike A Match At Chavrusamatch.com

By Rochelle Maruch Miller What kind of chavrusa are you looking for? Whether you are in kollel, a busy professional, or a student, or you want to enhance your Torah...

94-Year-Old War Hero Dedicates Torah to the IDF

First Lieutenant (Reserve, US Army) Dan Nadel, a 94-year-old resident of Jerusalem and a five-time decorated hero of World War...

Growing Old: A Torah Perspective On Retirement

The Torah considers old age a virtue and a blessing. Throughout the Torah, “old” (zakein) is synonymous with “wise”; the Torah commands us to respect all elderly, regardless of...

Har Torah Celebrates Shabbos Project

The Shabbos Project excited countless people of all walks of life. This past Friday, Yeshiva Har Torah launched its own version of the Shabbat Project, under the direction of...

Gedolei Torah Address Dirshu Worldwide Siyumim On Seder Moed

By Chaim Gold It was Sunday night, 2 Cheshvan/October 26, at the Dirshu testing site in Lakewood. The rosh yeshiva of Lakewood, HaGaon HaRav Yeruchem Olshin, shlita, had just finished...

The Talmudic Encyclopedia: Historical Mission In Torah Scholarship Reference

By Toby Klein Greenwald The gentle autumn wind foreshadows the holiday season as I locate a modest doorway on a tree-lined Jerusalem street, the side entrance to the elegant 90-year-old...

Mesivta Yam Hatorah Kicks Off New Shenayim Mikrah Program

The new and exciting shenayimmikrah program is yet another example of the learning opportunities that Mesivta Yam HaTorah offers its students to foster growth and a sense of accomplishment....

Torah scroll for the U.S. military re-writes a legacy

Click photo to download. Caption: The color guard marches during an Oct. 12 dedication of a Torah scroll for the U.S. military at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in...

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5 unique kosher foods you’ll be eating in 2019 By Josefin Dolsten SECAUCUS, N.J. (JTA) — Once a year, this swampy neighbor of New York City turns...

Mesivta Shaarei Prozdor Open House

In the event you may have missed it, this past Sunday afternoon, at 111 Irving Place in Woodmere, New York, 400 chairs were filled...

A Night Of Gratitude: Hear About It, Learn About It, Experience It

On Tuesday, December 4, 8:15 p.m. Chazaq, Ohr Naava, Sheefa, and Aish Kodesh present an enlightening evening with Charlie Harary and Rabbi Shalom Yona...

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