Bar Ilan University for the Responsa Project.
Yes, The Responsa project received the Israel Prize in the field of Torah literature on April 24, 2007, Israel's independence day.
We believe that Moses received the Torah from the top of Mt. Sinai.
Jewish tradition holds that the children of Israel received the Torah (×ª×•×¨×”), or "Hebrew Law" at Mount Sinai, approximately 3300 years ago.
According to the Torah, the Promised Land is what is now called Israel.See also:Does Israel belong to the Jews?What is the origin of Israel?
The last word in the Torah is "Israel"
Some stuff that Israel make are the torah and the yad.
they wrote the Torah
Torah acted as a moral guideline and as a constitution of sorts for the nation of Israel. That is not the case today as Israel lives under a secular government.
No one "founded" the Torah. Jewish tradition states that HaShem (The Creator) gave the Nation of Israel the Torah through Moshe (Moses).
Israelis where in the land of Israel since the Bible, or as the Torah, 3000 years ago.
We can certainly speculate, but for a straight, dependable answer, you'd have to ask the author.
The Torah is the Law and the record of the promises that God made to the children of Israel. It is a history and a lawbook.
They wrote the Torah and were fat
Moses didn't give the Torah. He received the Torah from HaShem during the Israelite exodus from Egypt.
Torah is one of the holy book of Islam which was sent to moses , but later it was changed by the children of Israel for their convenience
There is no mention at all in the Torah of what specific day of the week Israel left Egypt.
9532012. Israel uses a seven-digit code.
There is a large amount of literature in Hebrew. The most famous is the Bible, that is written in biblical Hebrew. The Bible includes the Torah (pentateuch), the first five books, and also the books of the Writings and of the Prophets. There are also many other religious books, such as the mishna, written later. There is a flourishing body of literature being written in Modern Hebrew today in Israel.
To keep the Torah (Deuteronomy 11:18-21).To keep the Torah (Deuteronomy 11:18-21).
The main text was the Torah.
The Torah is compared to milk, as is the fertility of Israel.
According to Jewish tradition, the Torah came from Moses who received it from God on Mt. Sinai
With God helping him, Moses led the children of Israel out of slavery in Egypt. It was also Moses that received the Torah and the ten commandments. And it was Moses that led the Jews through the wilderness on the journey toward the promised land, Israel
Jews celebrate Shavuot because the Torah commands it (Leviticus ch.23). It was the day when Moses received the gift of the Torah/ten commandment on mount Sinai and they also celebrated it because of its harvest. This holiday has nothing to do with the Christian holiday of Pentecost.Answer:In Judaism, Pentecost is known as Shavuot. It commemorates when God Gave the Torah to Moses & the Children of Israel.