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Haftarah for Bamidbar

This week’s Torah portion is Bamidbar, Numbers 1.1 through 4.20[i]. The Haftarah reading is Hosea 2.1-22. On one hand, this week’s portion is a real page turner – there are a couple of censuses, which are always exciting, instructions for breaking down, packing up, and transporting the tabernacle, which Netflix could make into a mini-series and to cap off this section, the placement and moving instructions of the Twelve tribes, (extra points if one can list the Twelve tribes). 825 more words

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Haftarah for Bechukotai

Parashat Bechukotai, (Leviticus 26.3-27.34)[i] brings this book to a close. In last week’s portion, Behar, contained the last of the Holiness Code, and this week’s portion addresses agricultural prosperity and security. 731 more words

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Haftarat Behar—Jeremiah: The Redeemer

Every week of the year has its own Torah portion (a reading from the first five books of the Bible) and its own haftarah (an accompanying reading from the books of the prophets). 1,347 more words
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Haftarah for Be'har

This week’s Torah portion is Be’har, found in Leviticus 25.1 to 26.2.[i] The entirety of chapter 25 deals with the Sabbath rest that the land of promise is to experience. 1,072 more words

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Haftarah for Emor—Ezekiel: No Sweat

Every week of the year has its own Torah portion (a reading from the first five books of the Bible) and its own haftarah (an accompanying reading from the books of the prophets). 1,144 more words
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Haftarah for Emor

For those of you in the Diaspora, you probably have noticed that the weekly readings here are different from your schedule. That is because of the extra day, with its readings, that occurs in the Diaspora during… 518 more words

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Haftarah for Kedoshim—Amos: Chosen People

Every week of the year has its own Torah portion (a reading from the first five books of the Bible) and its own haftarah (an accompanying reading from the books of the prophets). 923 more words
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