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April 20, 2020

Sacrifice & Triumph: JERUSALEM 1948

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Join us for this special WebYeshiva.org event. To sign up CLICK HERE This is a virtual tour – The best way to appreciate Yom HaZikaron (Israel’s Memorial Day) and Yom HaAtzmaut (Independence Day) is by going on a tiyul – walking
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Rabbi Paul Terman is one of the WebYeshiva.org’s first recipients of semicha. Born in California, he grew up in Florida and it was during his time at the University of Miami where he became increasingly interested in Jewish observance. “Jewishly
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Rabbi Allan Goldenberg is one of the WebYeshiva.org Halacha Mastery Program‘s first recipients of semicha. Rabbi Goldenberg was a prosecutor in the Cook County, Illinois, State Attorney’s Office and worked in a variety of areas including as a felony trial
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Rabbi Jeffrey Green is one of the WebYeshiva.org first semicha recipients. Rabbi Green began his formal learning in the mid-1980’s at the Pardes Institute for Jewish Studies in Jerusalem under the spiritual guidance of Rav Meir Schweiger. It was at that
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Rabbi Dr. Bernie ‘Baruch’ Kastner is one of WebYeshiva.org’s first semicha recipients. Rabbi Kastner is a graduate of Yeshiva University and Columbia University. He served as an administrator at the Mount Sinai Medical Center and later on as
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Rabbi Nathan Davidovich is one of WebYeshiva.org’s first semicha recipients. Rabbi Davidovich spent most of his life in Denver, Colorado until making Aliyah to Efrat in 1994. A 1963 graduate of the University of Denver College of Law, he has
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Rabbi Dr. Daniel Kaganovich is one of WebYeshiva.org’s first semicha recipients. Aside from his four years learning in the Halacha Mastery Program he also has a BA in Biochemistry from Harvard University and a PhD in Cell Biology from Stanford University.
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