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Oh wow, Parshat Naso (נָשֹׂא — Hebrew for “lift up,” from the book of Numbers 4:21–7:89). An undeniably fascinating Bible story about a man who suspects his wife of adultery. An Israeli activist for women’s rights breaks the story down for us in 4 minutes. Watch, learn and visit the site for our suggested lesson guide. http://www.g-dcast.com/naso/

Oh wow, Parshat Naso (נָשֹׂא — Hebrew for “lift up,” from the book of Numbers 4:21–7:89). An undeniably fascinating Bible story about a man who suspects his wife of adultery. An Israeli activist for women’s rights breaks the story down for us in 4 minutes. Watch, learn and visit the site for our suggested lesson guide. http://www.g-dcast.com/naso/

Why did it take 40 years to make a journey that should have only taken a couple of weeks?

Why did it take 40 years to make a journey that should have only taken a couple of weeks?

How to dance the Horah - Jewish weddings are full of ritual, solemnity, and… dancing! When Hava Nagila starts playing, you don’t want to be the only one in the room who doesn’t know the horah! Learn more at http://www.g-dcast.com/jewish-weddings/

How to dance the Horah - Jewish weddings are full of ritual, solemnity, and… dancing! When Hava Nagila starts playing, you don’t want to be the only one in the room who doesn’t know the horah! Learn more at http://www.g-dcast.com/jewish-weddings/

Parshat Ha'azinu: Moses's Last Song, Funkified

Parshat Ha'azinu: Moses's Last Song, Funkified

Parshat Kedoshim (What if Leviticus Rhymed?! Contagiously Musical Torah) with song by Elana Jagoda

Parshat Kedoshim (What if Leviticus Rhymed?! Contagiously Musical Torah) with song by Elana Jagoda

This animated short of Parshat Emor (אֱמֹר “speak” Leviticus 21:1–24:23) is interpreted by Temim Fruchter. Take three minutes to learn about this particular Torah story explaining the exclusive social event calendar of the year.

This animated short of Parshat Emor (אֱמֹר “speak” Leviticus 21:1–24:23) is interpreted by Temim Fruchter. Take three minutes to learn about this particular Torah story explaining the exclusive social event calendar of the year.

Parshat Nitzavim: The People "Sign" their Covenant

Parshat Nitzavim: The People "Sign" their Covenant

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