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This Week's Torah Portion

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This Week's Torah Portion

Eikev
עֵקֶב
[And if You] Obey [These Rules]

And if you do obey these rules and observe them carefully, the Eternal your God will maintain faithfully for you the covenant made on oath with your fathers. - Deuteronomy 7:12

Torah

Deuteronomy 7:12–11:25

Haftarah

Isaiah 49:14-51:3

When

/ 23 Av 5782

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