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What We Mean When We Talk About the Middle Ages, Part 1

Of all the periods in Western history, no era gets a worse rap than the Middle Ages, which lasted roughly from 500 CE to 1500 CE. 1,260 more words

Frum Jews celebrating Sylvester / New Year's Eve ?

Source: Be’Chadrei HaCharedim
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The poster is from a haredi forum saying:
WAIT … Before you celebrate Sylvester / New Year’s Eve Sylvester was a Christian pope who killed thousands of Jews.
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Chabad and the Werewolf

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I don’t have any words for so much superstition:
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/189189#.VJ-82VKAA The Lubavitcher Rebbe is probably turning around in his grave !
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G – d and foreign gods

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“When the Torah tells us of G – d’s battles with foreign gods, it is always idols that are meant.”
(e.g. The Egyptian gods)
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Ancient Paganism & Leviathan

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The Torah refers to “other gods” only as images but not as existing beings such as G – d Himself. Moreover, it considers pagan religion as nothing but… 291 more words
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Sexual Perversion of ancient Egypt and Canaan

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It says in Sefer Vayikra (Leviticus) 18:3 (Parashat Acharei Mot):
Do not perform the practice of the land of Egypt in which you dwelled; and do not perform the practice of the land of Canaan to which I bring you, and do not follow their traditions.
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The EREV RAV or Parashat BESHALACH - פרשת בשלח

Photo: Miriam Woelke
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This week’s Torah Parasha is called BESHALACH. Meaning, to SENT OUT.
Paraoh sent out the people.
The Torah doesn’t say that Paraoh sent out the Jews or Israelites but it says AM (people). 580 more words
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