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What Is A Noahide?

Noahides are a community of non-Jews who follow the righteous Laws of Noah according to the teachings of the Jewish Bible.

A shared mission unites Noahides from different cultures worldwide; to live morally, create peace, and mend the world.

Letters of support from Renowned Rabbis

The attached letters are letters support for Noahides and for the Noahide World Center (Brit Olam) for their efforts in disseminating the Noahide Faith around the world. (English translations will be availablable soon)

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Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef, “Rishon Letzion”, Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel

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Rabbi Eliyahu Ben Dahan

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Mordechai Eliyahu

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Rabbi David Lau, Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi of Israel

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Dov Lior

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Rabbi Yaccov Peretz

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Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu

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Rabbi Arya Steren

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Rabbi Avigdor Nabtzel
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As we navigate the complexities of life, how can Emuna serve as a beacon of hope, resilience, and unwavering trust in the divine orchestration of our lives?

Emuna, the Jewish concept of faith and divine providence, offers a profound perspective on the world and our place within it. It guides us to perceive Creation as a unified whole, where seemingly disparate events and entities are interwoven expressions of a singular divine plan. Through Emuna, we recognize the overarching unity that transcends time and space, revealing the divine light that illuminates all aspects of existence.

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by Rabbi Ouri Cherki

Admiration & Jealousy: The Duality of Balaam's Prophecy

In Parshat Balak, Balaam, a renowned prophet among nations, embodies the complex mix of admiration and jealousy towards Israel. Though intending to curse Israel, he ultimately blesses them, illustrating Divine inspiration and prophecy's influence. This paradoxical attitude reflects broader themes of anti-Semitism and the favored child's psychoanalytic response. The Torah emphasizes hope, as prophecy in the synagogue signifies potential Divine influence on all humanity, supported by the Midrash Tanna D'bei Eliyahu's assertion of the Holy Spirit's universal accessibility.

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Redefining Leadership: What Korah's Rebellion Teaches Us Today

Korah’s rebellion against Moshe and Aharon, joined by Datan, Aviram, and 250 incense offerers, highlights the complex dynamics of Biblical disputes and legitimate leadership. Korah’s high status contrasts with the petty scheming of Datan and Aviram, illustrating how leadership is contested. Their challenge arose after the breaking of the Tablets, arguing that Moshe and Aharon had disqualified themselves. This story teaches us not to hastily reject leadership over perceived mistakes, as such actions can fulfill the Divine Will. The rebellion teaches us lessons regarding leadership and Divine choice

Preliminary Noahide Self-Declaration

I agree to uphold the Seven universal Noahide Laws, which were given by God to Noah as a binding set of laws for all of humankind and were revealed by Moshe.
Details & observance of these laws have been preserved, clarified, and expounded upon by the sages of Israel from generation to generation.

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