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Supporting Characters: Miriam

The following podcast is part of our series ‘Supporting Characters,’ by Mrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the personality of Miriam. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton […]

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Supporting Characters: Tzipporah

The following podcast is part of our series ‘Supporting Characters,’ by Mrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the personality of Tzipporah. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center […]

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Supporting Characters: The People Shaul Meets When He Walks

The following podcast is part of our series ‘Supporting Characters,’ by Mrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the personality of ‘The People Shaul Meets When He Walks.’ Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in […]

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Supporting Characters: Yael

The following podcast is part of our series ‘Supporting Characters,’ by Mrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the personality of Yael. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton […]

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A Visit to Rashi’s Workshop

Dr Lisa Fredman will be giving a special min-series at WebYeshiva.org beginning January 26 called ‘A Visit to Rashi’s Workshop.’ Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki (1040 – 1105), otherwise known as Rashi, was the great medieval French rabbi who wrote what is considered to be the most popular and comprehensive commentary on the Torah and Talmud. In delving into why […]

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