The family of the British tourist who was murdered by an Arab terrorist in a knife attack in Israel have said they have been devastated by the loss of their ‘talented’ daughter.Sad, so sad!

The family of the British tourist who was murdered by an Arab terrorist in a knife attack in Israel have said they have been devastated by the loss of their ‘talented’ daughter.

Origen: Family of British student murdered by Arab terrorist in Jerusalem ‘devastated by the senseless attack’

Understanding nanoparticle based processes and products —

Josefina Nilsson, Head of EM services at Vironova, is speaking on the characterization of gene therapy vectors, VLPs and whole viruses at BioProcess International Europe 2017. We asked her about nanoparticle based processes and products. Why are modern techniques needed for a better understanding of nanoparticles in process development and production? ‘There is a need to link product […]

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A Rabbi Screams, “Never Forget!”

Activist Rabbi focusing on keeping the memory of the holocaust alive. Never again should innocent people of any race be slaughtered. We Shall Not Forget!

Never Forget!

I became a rabbi to aid the living, to ensure our survival; to rekindle the Jewish flame.  I am proud; proud of my heritage, proud of our strength, and proud of my beloved parents.
Contrary to what we are told, the passage of time does not ease our pain, nor does it diminish the scope of the horror that was the Holocaust.
Oh yes, there are those, few in number, who feel that it is psychologically healthier to avoid reminders that keep painful and unpleasant events alive.  Why subject our young to the brutal story of Nazi bestiality toward the Jewish people?  What purpose will it serve?  It would be wiser not to talk about it so that it can disappear.
Never!  We must never stop telling this story.  Tell it we must, in every gory detail!  We must do this because it is our sacred duty to alert them…

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Y ME CONSTRUIRÁN SANTUARIO

Una parte importante de la exégesis al libro del Éxodo la constituyen aquellos comentarios relativos al templo y a su construcción.

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Una parte importante de la exégesis al libro del Éxodo la constituyen aquellos comentarios relativos al templo y a su construcción. Son numerosísimos. Vamos a centrarnos en el pasaje que ha despertado más la curiosidad de aquellos que se han acercado a la parashah de Terumah.

La palabra Mikdash (מקדש), “santuario” o “templo”, procede de una raíz Kof (ק), Dalet (ד) y Shin (ש) que significa al mismo tiempo “santificar” y “separar”. El Mikdash (מקדש) es el lugar “santificado”, que está “separado” de lo profano. A partir de esto también podemos deducir que separarse de lo profano equivale a santificarse o, si lo preferimos, que para santificarse hay que separarse de lo profano. Pero, ¿cómo se hace? La respuesta quizá la encontremos en el versículo de Éxodo (XXV-8):

ועשו לי, מקדש; ושכנתי, בתוכם

“Y me construirán santuario y moraré en medio de ellos”.

La primera pregunta que nos podemos…

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