Eretz Hemdah was established about twenty years ago to prepare judges and spiritual leaders for the national-religious community in Israel and abroad. There was a need for leaders who combined great Torah expertise together with a strong Zionistic background, a combination which was not easily found in the country at that time.
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This year, too, we will celebrate and commemorate with joy, the liberation and unification of Jerusalem, the place of our Holy Temple.
The thanksgiving dinner will take place on Wednesday, Iyar 28, (8.5.13) at the "Pavilion" Hall, 14 Ha'oman Street, Jerusalem.
Responsa B'mareh Habazak, Volumes 1 - 7
Answers to questions from Diaspora rabbis. The questions give expression to the unique situation that Jewish communities around the world are presently undergoing. The answers deal with a developing modern world in the way of “deracheha, darchei noam”. The books deal with the four sections of the Shulchan Aruch, while aiming to also take into consideration the “fifth section” which makes the Torah a “Torah of life”.
Service of Halachic advice for rabbis and dayanim of communities around the world.
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Do not hesitate to ask any question about Jewish life, Jewish tradition or Jewish law!
Living the Halachic Process I - II
A selection of answers to questions from our Ask the Rabbi project in English.
A companion CD containing source sheets is also available.
Online Beit MidrashYou are invited to enjoy our online beit midrash and library.
(please note that most of the books and shiurim are in Hebrew)
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Zion shall be redeemed with judgement and those that retum to her with righteousness...
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A weekly divrei Torah leaflet: A Glimpse at the Parasha, Ask the Rabbi, From the writings of Harav Avraham Yitzchak Hakohen Kook, zt”l, Pninat Mishpat (Jewish Monetary Law).