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Talmud

the ancient law of the Jews, originally oral but later written down. It is now codified and is influential in dispute resolution among Jews. See DIN TORAH; BETH DIN.
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As stated above, the impression given in some studies of the bowls is that their language has a relationship to Talmudic Aramaic even though this is sometimes expressed ambiguously.
Canpanton's work is impressive in its systemic discussion of a certain method of studying Talmud, beginning with the student's first encounter with any specific Talmudic text (he instructs the student to "read the language with heartfelt joy two or three times out loud" [Darkhei Hatalmud p.
Like other Jewish fanatics, Feiglin is totally against any prospective peaceful arrangements between Israel and Palestinians involving "territorial compromise." He advocates the establishment of a Talmudic theocracy covering British mandatory Palestine, extending from the River Jordan to the Mediterranean whereby non-Jews, e.g.
The Talmudic passage Levinas takes up in "Cities of Refuge," Makkot 10a, arises in the first instance from Deuteronomy 4:41-3, which describes how Moses founded three cities to provide sanctuary to the manslaughterer, the one who "kills his neighbour unintentionally." The Talmud provides more detail, and a discussion of the purpose and significance of the cities.
The Palestinian News Agency reported that most of the gangs who had been blocked yesterday from accessing the holy Mosque returned today, pointing out that the settlers performed suspicious tours around the Mosque's courtyards in the form of a Talmudic ritual, meanwhile, extremist Glick presented the mythical Talmudic narrative regarding the sanctity of the place to settlers.
The year 5780 (2020) will have the majority of the world's Jews living in Israel, the last Talmudic prerequisite for Mashiach and renewed prophecy.
discussions draw inspiration from Levinas who, as a philosopher and talmudic commentator, continues premodern traditions in a postmodern key.
In the second section Jacobs expounds on the Talmudic method through seven Sugyas, or lessons.
Talmudic discussion looks at violence and much else with an unflinching scrutiny.
Cedarbridge Development Corporation, a New Jersey Urban Renewal Corporation located in Lakewood, is owned by Beth Medrash Govoha of America, Inc., licensed institution of higher education and the premier center of Talmudic studies in the United States.
Ramallah, Nov.19 (Petra) - Some 300 extremist settlers early Sunday stormed Halhul town near the West Bank city of Hebron to perform their Talmudic rites under the protection of Israeli forces.
The extremist settlers broke into the Muslim holy site through Bab al-Magharba Gate and went on provocative tours in the vicinity of the mosque to perform Talmudic rituals as Israeli police provided protection for them, According AaAaAe