Fulfill Your Biblical Obligation ✡ “He Loves Him Who Pursues Righteousness” – Israel365

The way of the wicked is an abomination to Hashem,
But He loves him who pursues righteousness.

תּוֹעֲבַת יְהוָה דֶּרֶךְ רָשָׁע וּמְרַדֵּף צְדָקָה יֶאֱהָב

משלי טו:ט
to-a-VAT a-do-NAI de-REKH ra-sha u’-mee-ra-DAF tze-da-kah YO-hav

Today’s Israel Inspiration

The word ‘tzedakah’ is often translated as righteousness. Another, and perhaps more significant, translation of this word is ‘justice’. According to the Torah, the essence of charity is a combination of righteousness and justice. It is not difficult to give money to people and organizations to which we feel close. There is no greater joy than investing in something you deeply care about. According Hashem, we are commanded to give to the poor not just out of righteousness, but out of justice! In the eyes of Hashem, it is our responsibility and obligation to ensure that the poor receive their dues whether or not we feel personally connected to them. In gearing up for #GivingTuesday on November 28th, Israel365 is beginning its fundraising efforts early! Start giving to the Land, and the People of Israel now. Why wait for #GivingTuesday, when you can give today?

An Inspiring Message of Strength and Survival

Rabbi Tuly Weisz sat down with Sarah Kempler, an IDF soldier and survivor of a terror attack in Jerusalem in January 2017.

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Today’s Israel Photo

Workers at an Israeli soup kitchen prepare to feed needy patrons.

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Rabbi Tuly Weisz
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