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This Week's Torah Portion

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This Week's Torah Portion

R'eih
רְאֵה
See [This Day I Set Before You Blessing and Curse]

See, this day I set before you blessing and curse. - Deuteronomy 11:26

Torah

11:26–16:17

Haftarah

Isaiah 54:11-55:5

When

/ 25 Av 5780

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