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Which mitzvot are tied to the Land of Israel?
Is taking challah considered a mitzva tied to the Land of Israel? Is there a list of such mitzvot? Can you give me several examples?
Turning leafy vegetables into a paste
In my backyard I grow parsely, corriander, mint, and celery and I wanted to ask if there is any way for me to make them edible from a halachic perspective? If not, is it possible to turn them into a paste by grinding them, and then the principle that a...
Torah VeHa’aretz Institute was founded more than 30 years ago in Kfar Darom, Gush Katif to forge a bond between Torah and the Land of Israel’s holy soil. The institute’s Zionist vision is to create a just society based on Torah law in the Land of Israel, with an emphasis on the relationship among Torah and the Land of Israel, agriculture, and technology. Torah VeHa’aretz Institute is currently situated in Shavei Darom, near Netivot, settling the Negev and making it bloom, while deriving its inspiration from the deep faith of the Jewish People.Read more…
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