The excuse they give for not serving in the army is that it would cause them to leave the holy occupation of studying Torah. If that's the case, why are they "Raging" and not in the Beit Medrash? (Date:10/22/2017 13:59) Read full article >>

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Raging: A griefer is a player in a multiplayer video game who deliberately irritates and harasses other players within the game, using aspects of the game in unintended ways. A griefer derives pleasure primarily or exclusively from the act of annoying other users, and as such is a particular nuisance in onl
Torah: Torah is a central concept in the Jewish tradition. It has a range of meanings: it can most specifically mean the first five books of the Tanakh, it can mean this plus the rabbinic commentaries on it, it can mean the continued narrative from Genesis to the end of the Tanakh, it can even mean the to