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This Week's Torah Portion

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This Week's Torah Portion

Haazinu
הַאֲזִינוּ
Listen

Give ear, O heavens, let me speak; Let the earth hear the words I utter! - Deuteronomy 32:1

Torah

Deuteronomy 32:1–52

Haftarah

II Samuel 22:1-51

When

/ 13 Tishri 5783

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Our tradition teaches that once someone has converted to Judaism, they are as Jewish as a Jew by birth and we are not to speak of it again with them, or with anyone else. It should be as if they have always been Jewish. To not speak of it is to fully honor the person who chose Judaism by not making any distinctions between them and the born-Jewish members of our communities.
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