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It’s the Law!

Yisrael Rutman

Some people think law is a boring subject. Studying law is like memorizing license plates, they say. But some of the laws in the United States and around the world can be quite interesting, and sometimes funny too.

 

Junior Tales: By Royal Command

Ray Rivlin

Pinchas Goldblatt was probably the smartest boy in Beit HaTorah Elementary School, but he was certainly not the nicest. His blue eyes, curly blond hair, and sweet smile made him look like an angel. Sometimes he even behaved like one, but more often he spoke rudely to other boys and played unpleasant practical jokes on them.

 

History Highlights

Rabbi Meir Goldberg

This week, we move travel to the ancient city of Aleppo, Syria, and explore 3,000 years of Jewish history.



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