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Shabbat In The Heights
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the overwhelming majority of tallits have historically been white, often with stripes. There are a number of reasons for this.
Caleb (in hebrew, “Kalev”) was one of the most prominent and influential Jews to leave Egypt.
We often mix compliments with criticisms and wonder why the listener is offended.
Moses warned that their campaign would be unsuccessful, but they were determined to enter the land.
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