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Rabbi Shmuli & Rivkie Pink moved to Leicester in 2001. Together with their 10 children, they are proving themselves a formidable team, bringing a vibrancy to the Leicester Hebrew Congregation, with their endless energy and joy.
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Learn more about Serach, who is best-known for telling Jacob that Joseph was still alive.
Six songs that bring the fire and fervor of Chassidism into the English language.
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Daily Thought
Joseph wanted to raise the Egyptians to a higher spiritual and moral plane. So he arranged that they be circumcised. That way, perhaps the exile destined upon his people would be shortened. The plan backfired. Rather than alleviating the Egyptian exile, Joseph empowered the Egyptians to oppress his people yet more viciously. Joseph believed he could shortcut the Egyptian exile. We sometimes delude ourselves that we can hot-wire our own darkness. We imagine we can bring thousands more to Torah, if we just would compromise with electronics on Shabbat. Or that...