• April 24, 2024
  • 16 5784, Nisan
  • פרשת שמות

Ethiopian Jewish Law

Ethiopian Jewish Law

According to the Beta Israel Ethiopian Jewish community, they are the descendants of the tribe of Dan who self-exiled themselves to Ethiopia before the destruction of the 1st Temple and remained isolated. When they arrived in Israel starting in the 1980s the contrast between their practices and those of traditional Jews became clearly evident. Join Rabbi Johnny Solomon and explore some of the differences, and some of the ways in which they have either been denounced, disregarded, accommodated or adopted.

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June 02, 2024
39
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17
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18
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Sunday 6:00 pm
June 2, 2024 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Ethiopian Jewish Law: Ethiopian Jewish Law
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June 9, 2024 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Ethiopian Jewish Law: Ethiopian Jewish Law
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Rav Johnny Solomon is the Chief Learning Officer (CLO) of Webyeshiva where he teaches a range of classes, and also offers confidential spiritual coaching, halachic consultations and Torah study sessions as #theVirtualRabbi to men, women and couples. Beyond this, Rav Johnny teaches at Matan, Melton, Herzog College and LSJS; he writes a popular daily insight on daf yomi; he is contributor to the RZWeekly podcast; he volunteers at Tzohar to officiate at weddings for secular Israelis, and he is a posek to his local shul in Even Shmuel.