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Whether you are looking for profound divrei torah on the weekly parsha, divrei chizuk for your weekly gemara shuir or just a short vort to use at a simcha, you have come to the right place.

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On these pages you will be able to find the finest Torah insights for your every need. Divrei Torah for Pesach, Shavuot, Yom Tov and Succot; divrei Torah for shevah brachos, Chanukah and Purim. The articles will range in level and we will strive utmost to deliver something for both the beginner as well as the advanced learner. It is our aim to offer the best Torah insights available to the largest audience, thus making the glory of Torah shine far and wide.

In addition to this we will from time to time feature articles on a range of other Jewish topics such as ethics, kashrut, prayer, environment, marriage and relationship appealing to all audiences.

New on Divreitorah.net

⇒  Please feel free to browse the freshly uploaded Darchai Noam, reflections on Parshat Hashavuah from Rabbi Allon Ledder. Here you will find both a fresh davar Torah every week as well as as and archive of articles written in the past. The archive will be growing slowly and we hope that you will come back again and again and enjoy these brilliant perspectives looking to the Torah as a guide book for life..

From this weeks Darchai Noam – How can the Parsha help us grow this week?:

Vayeshev 5778 – being careful not to embarrass others. In this week’s Parsha of Vayeshev we read about the famous story of Yehudah and Tamar. Tamar was married to Yehuda’s first born son, Er. However Er was evil and he died young, leaving Tamar without children. Yehudah then gave Tamar his second-born son Onan. This was a fulfilment of the mitzvah of yibum (levirate marriage) [read more…]

⇒  We have also begun uploading She’elot uTeshuvot from Rabbi Ari Shvat. Rabbi Shvat is a senior lecturer at Michlelet Orot Israel, Midreshet HaRova, Midreshet Moriah, Midreshet Lindenbaum, Yeshivat Hakotel and the Israeli Army Air Force. He is also Director of the archive at Beit HaRav Kook.

From She’elot Uteshuvot:

Question: What does the common term “Lord of hosts” mean?
Answer: The Hebrew term is, “Hashem Tzva’ot”, which literally means ‘the God of armies” (check in any dictionary, the singular: tzava=army), and refers to different aspects of the strength of God. This is just another example of how it’s illogical and [read more…]

⇒ Every week, Rabbanit Chaiya Danielle Ledder writes an inspiring insight under the headline “Parenting & the Parsha“.

From Parenting & the Parsha:

Parshat Vayishlach 5778 – Challenges & Channukah Miracles – I recently attended a seudat hodaya (gratitude party) of an acquaintance of mine who I had not seen in a long time. She was celebrating the fact that her baby, who had been diagnosed with a potentially fatal syndrome in vitro, had been healed through a miraculous surgery. [read more…]

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