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  1. Security for the Land of Israel - The Lubavitcher Rebbe

    Security for the Land of Israel - The Lubavitcher Rebbe


    We are living in times when the words of the Torah concerning the solitude of the Jewish people " lo, it is a people that shall dwell alone" (Numbers 23:9) ring so true. There are many coalitions throughout the world, from without and within, that are attempting to undermine Israel's security by imposing impossible and ruinous demands that Israel relinquish its G-d-given rights to their own Land. The Rebbe dedicated hundreds of talks, pouring out his heart, pleading and demanding that Israel does not accede to these unreasonable and dangerous demands. Giving up land, for an illusion of peace, is not only a betrayal of G-d who gave us the land but it will pose the single greatest threat to the security of Israel. Millions of lives are at risk; and even one life is enough to warrant our strongest sense of protest against relinquishing any part of Israel. The concern for the security of Israel and the rejection of any compromise in this regard, the Rebbe based on a clear and unequivocal law (Hil. Shabbos sec. 329) that states that a Jewish enclave surrounded by armed enemies must never allow them to occupy any part of Jewish land even if they promise not to attack. The Jewish community is obliged to even wage war to prevent that from happening even if it is the holy day of Shabbos. We owe a debt of gratitude to Rabbi Binyomin Schlanger for collecting and skillfully translating into the English language the Rebbe's cry for sanity in the Holy Land, making the Rebbe's historic and timeless words available to the English-speaking public. Rabbi Schlanger translates the Rebbe's words spoken originally in Yiddish into readable and accessible English. Rabbi Greenberg, Buffalo, NY: "It is incumbent on all who are concerned for the security of Israel and the lives of all its inhabitants, and for all for whom the Rebbe's pleas that stemmed from the depths of his holy heart and soul, strike a responsive chord in their hearts, - to disseminate this work to the widest audience.

    A Very Important & Timely Book Beautifully Presented With A Selection Of striking Color Photographs.

    Makes A Great Gift! Learn More

  2. A People, A Country, A Heritage, Torah Inspiration from the Land of Israel

    A People, A Country, A Heritage, Torah Inspiration from the Land of Israel


    In this unique work, Rabbi Joshua Gerstein delves into the text of the Torah (and, specifically, the books of Bereshit and Shemot) with one goal in mind: to demonstrate that the Torah is a living and breathing guide with extraordinary relevance and insight for contemporary Jewish life. The imperative of Ahavat Yisrael, the centrality of the Land of Israel, the beauty of Jewish living, and the importance of Halacha and Torah study are among the main themes outlined in this work. Using a wide array of sources from Rishonim, Achronim, and contemporary Rabbinic scholarship, he weaves together an elaborate tapestry which is sure to leave readers with a newfound appreciation and understanding for the timeless text of the Torah.


    "Ahavat Yisrael and love of the Land of Israel glow throughout the entire book, and I have no doubt that it will be warmly and lovingly accepted by those who are thirsty for the word of Hashem."

    - Rabbi David Lau, Chief Rabbi of the State of Israel

    "… this is a broad collection of first-class scholarship, presented in short, clearly written essays, radiating with a profound love of Torah, the Jewish people, and the Land of Israel."

    - Rabbi Chanan Morrison, author of Gold from the Land of Israel

    Author Bio :

    Rabbi Joshua Gerstein, originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania made Aliyah to Israel in 2007. He received his Semicha from Rabbi Shlomo Kassin of the Midrash Sephardi of Jerusalem, as well as from Rabbi Aharon Ziegler of Kollel Agudat Achaim. Rabbi Gerstein holds a B.A. in Psychology from Touro College and a M.A. in Jewish Education from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Since moving to Israel, he has served as the assistant Rabbi under Rav Nachman Kahana of Beit Knesset Chazon Yechezkel- the Young Israel of the Old City, and has taught Gemara and Jewish Thought in Jerusalem post-high school Yeshivot and gap year programs for North American youth. In addition, he served as a non-commissioned officer in the I.D.F. Rabbinate, where he was responsible for religious services and Jewish identity programing. Rabbi Gerstein lives in Jerusalem with his wife Devora and son Eli. Learn More

  3. Keeping the Spark Alive, Making Your Year-in-Israel Experience Last

    Keeping the Spark Alive, Making Your Year-in-Israel Experience Last


    Being in Eretz Yisroel is one of the most wonderful times in life. Adjusting back to 'reality' is one of the hardest. How can a person stay spiritually charged when they are at work, or in school? How does one stay close and loving to family and friends after a life-changing experience? What can we learn from others who have been down this path before?

    In this original and powerful volume, R' Yankie Schwartz shares information, wisdom, and time-tested advice. This one book can help turn your year in Israel into a lifetime of happiness and growth.

    About the Author:

    Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Yankie Schwartz learned in the Chofetz Chaim Yeshiva system and is a talmid of Rabbi Shaya Cohen. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Brooklyn College and a Juris Doctor from Cardozo School of Law. He is admitted to practice law in the State of New York; however, he elected to pursue other professions and is currently employed as a risk management consultant.

    Yankie resides with his wife and children in Cedarhurst, he is the author of two previous books on Jewish thought: Ponderables and Contemplations.


    "Young men and women returning from a year or two learning in Eretz Yisroel often have great difficulty adjusting back into life in our mundane … world. Reb Yankie takes returning seminary students … through the often gut-wrenching process of maintaining their newly found levels of ruchnius, while not losing important family relationships…. he provides valuable advice on dealing with work, internet, tznius, and other sensitive subjects .. I highly recommend this original work."

    — Rav Yaakov Feitman, Kehillas Bais Yehudah Tzvi of Cedarhust

    "… a 'must-read' for all seminary girls who want to strengthen their ruchniyos…"

    — Rav Yosef Viener, Kehillas Sha'ar HaShamayim

    "… a big step towards … continued spiritual growth."

    — Mrs. Dina Schoonmaker, Michlala

    "[with] this book … Eretz Yisrael will never leave you."

    — Mrs. Rachel Rose, Bnot Torah (Scharfman's) Learn More

  4. Seminary Savvy

    Seminary Savvy


    Real-life stories and examples. Candid quotes from girls. A slew of entertaining cartoons. This long-awaited guidebook covering critical, highly relevant topics is a must-have for every first-time seminary girl--and her parents.

    Your friends will be spending Shabbos at a guest house in Tzfat. Should you join them?

    You are alone in a cab at 10 pm, and the driver is overly friendly. What should you do?

    Your roommate tells you she’s barely eating, but makes you promise not to tell anyone. Should you keep your promise?

    You’ve packed your all-new wardrobe, favorite shampoo, and 220V blow-dryer. But are you really ready for seminary? Are you prepared for the many new situations and dilemmas you may encounter?

    In this long-awaited guidebook by highly acclaimed social worker Debbie Fox, seminary girls acquire a solid understanding of crucial, highly relevant topics—including staying safe on the go, relating to males appropriately, and establishing healthy boundaries with friends, teachers, newlywed siblings, and chesed families. Culled from the firsthand experiences of girls, madrichot, and veteran educators, this compelling read speaks straight to the first-time seminary girl, empowering her with an arsenal of tools that will prove invaluable—both this year and beyond.

    Packed with real-life stories and examples, candid quotes from seminary girls, and a slew of entertaining cartoons, Seminary Savvy is a must-have book for every girl about to embark on a year in Eretz Yisrael.

    “This guide will be extremely beneficial, helping girls gain the most from their time in Eretz Yisrael.”

    —HaRav Sholom Kamenetsky, Rosh Yeshiva, Yeshiva of Philadelphia

    “Seminary Savvy should be made mandatory reading for every young woman attending seminary—and her parents.”

    —Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D.

    “I recommend this book without reservation …a real contribution to chinuch habanos.”

    —Mrs. Zlata Press, Principal, Bnos Leah Prospect Park High School

    "Seminary Savvy fills a gaping hole in safety planning resources for adolescents."

    --Dr. David Pelcovitz,Straus Chair in Psychology and Education, Azrieli Graduate School, Yeshiva University Learn More

  5. Amazing Facts & Feats Atlas #1 Europe #1

    Amazing Facts & Feats Atlas #1 Europe #1


    Amazing Facts and Feats Atlas - Europe Volume 1 Learn More
  6. Tamar Of Venice H/C  (Young Lamplighters #1)

    Tamar Of Venice H/C (Young Lamplighters #1)


    Tamar of Venice

    Hi! My name is Tamar. I live in Venice, Italy. We used to live in Israel but we moved here when I was two months old to teach the Jews in Venice more about Judaism. Venice is an unusual city built on water! I go to school by boat every day and there are only two students in my class. One of them is – me!

    Tamar of Venice is the first book in the Young Lamplighters series, books about children from families who have moved all over the world in order to inspire other Jews. These books will allow young readers to peek into the lives of boys and girls from all around the globe. They will meet children who, together with their parents, are trying to help Jews learn more about their heritage.

    Via these first-person accounts, readers will visit the most fascinating places. They will be drawn into these children’s lives and they will learn all about the cities in which they live.

    Join Tamar as she takes you on an exciting adventure of her daily life in an unusual city of canals and bridges and learn about the role she happily fulfills as a young, busy emissary.

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  7. Moshe Of Japan H/C (Young Lamplighters #2)

    Moshe Of Japan H/C (Young Lamplighters #2)


    Moshe of Japan

    Hi! My name is Moshe and I’m eight years old. Sounds pretty regular, doesn’t it? But I live in a very interesting place. I was born in the capital city of Japan – Tokyo! I don’t go to regular school. Instead I go to school on the computer with kids from all over the world. The classmate that lives closest to me lives in China, a five-hour plane ride away!

    Join Moshe as he takes you on an exciting journey through his daily life in Tokyo.

    Moshe from Japan is the second book in the Young Lamplighters series. These books will allow young readers to peek into the lives of boys and girls from all around the globe. They will meet children who, together with their parents, are trying to help Jews learn more about their heritage.

    Via these first-person accounts, readers will visit the most fascinating places. They will be drawn into these children’s lives and they will learn all about the cities in which they live.

    Fascinating facts and interesting descriptions alongside authentic professional photographs are included throughout the books. These stories will broaden horizons while demonstrating the art of giving and caring for others.

    Come join Moshe as he travels the clean streets of Japan on his trusted bicycle. Watch the role he happily fulfills as a busy young outreach worker.

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  8. Eyes Upon The Land

    Eyes Upon The Land


    If you love Israel, if you live in Israel or know someone who does, you`ll want this Hebrew edition of Rabbi Eliyahu Touger`s Eyes Upon The Land. The concise essays, based on talks and writings by the Lubavitcher Rebbe from the Six Day War until Gulf War I, uncover the spiritual and historical roots of Arab terror attacks and Israel`s imperative to maintain her borders.

    "The immediate relevance of these teachings are uncanny, seeming to have been delivered and written just yesterday, " wrote one reviewer.

    While the world pundits condemn Israel, this slim volume will bolster your passionate defense of our homeland with the Rebbe`s unfailing wisdom. Learn More

  9. Excavating the Bible

    Excavating the Bible


    New Archaeological Evidence for the Historical Reliability of Scripture Learn More
  10. The Shomer Shabbos Israel Travel Guide

    The Shomer Shabbos Israel Travel Guide


    For a Complete Vacation in Israel Learn More

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