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The Talmud – A Brief Historical Overview

Leib Tropper is the founder of Kol Yaakov Yeshiva and Torah Center and a key figure in the Jewish community of New York. A strong advocate for lifelong self-betterment through learning, Rabbi Leib Tropper continues to read the Talmud on … Continue reading

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Rabbi Leib Tropper & Philosophy

The Talmudic scholar ,Rabbi Leib Tropper has recently written a Philosophical essay regarding a Most complex issue. Rabbi Leib Tropper wrote this introductory Article regarding Solipsism. Rabbi Leib Tropper Remarked about this topic when asked ‘Solipsm is Rarely gemane to … Continue reading

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Yeshivas Torah Ore: An Inspiration for Young Torah Students By Leib Tropper

Founded in 1960, the Yeshivas Torah Ore soon become a worldwide leading institution in Torah studies. The school was moved to the Haredi neighborhood of Kiryat Mattersdorf in Jerusalem five years after its inception and rebuilt with a new building … Continue reading

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Berlin Turns 775

Many tourists who visit Berlin find their perceptions of the city’s history dominated by the legacy of the Cold War. Not only does the famous Berlin Wall hold a still sizeable presence, its remains snake through the city; the vast … Continue reading

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Three Paris Museums, by Leib Tropper

Many travelers think of the Eiffel Tower or the Arc de Triomphe when planning their visit to Paris. However, the City of Light provides unparalleled museum opportunities as well. Here are three museums travelers should put on the “must-see” list … Continue reading

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Rabbi Leib Tropper Discusses the Torah

The Torah is Judaism’s principle text and can refer to the entirety of Jewish law or specifically to the five books which comprise of the beginning of the Hebrew Bible. Beyond the stories and traditions contained therein, the Torah teaches … Continue reading

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