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Tag Archives: Parshat Ki Tetzeh

A Look at Teshuva Through Parshat Ki Tetzeh

Posted on August 18, 2013 by Naomi Bilmes

From my blog: In preparation for Elul, returning to Israel, and because Torah is awesome, I presented this d’var Torah at my synagogue tonight during seudat shlishit. I thought some of you might enjoy reading it. Shabbat Ki Tetzeh Seudat Shlishit D’var Torah By Naomi Bilmes Shabbat Shalom. This week’s parsha, Ki Tetzeh, is full Continue Reading »

[Pardes from Jerusalem Podcast] Ki Tetze: The Beautiful Captured Woman

Posted on August 14, 2013 by The Director of Digital Media

Neima Novetsky discusses parsha Ki Tetze. Ki Tetze

[Pardes From Jerusalem Podcast] Ki Tetze 5772: The Obligatory War

Posted on August 30, 2012 by The Director of Digital Media

This week, Rav Danny Landes discusses the obligatory war in Parashat Ki Tetze. Click here to listen. Look for R. Landes in a city near you on his upcoming North American Tour. Details here. Shabbat Shalom!

כי תצא

Posted on September 8, 2011 by Barer

This week’s parsha contains a panoply of laws, customs, and rituals, in no readily ascertainable order.  Given the mixed nature of the parsha, a theme is harder to come by than in most weeks.  I want to focus on a repeated phrase appearing in connection to a number of the negative commandments that I think Continue Reading »

כי תצא, ki tetse

Posted on September 6, 2011 by Avi Strausberg

    parshat ki tetse brims with examples where the men make decisions that crucially impact the women, while their opinions are completely absent from the equation.  in fact, their voices have been so successfully silenced, that often unless you were looking for them, you might not even notice they were missing in the first Continue Reading »