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Author Archives: Noahide World Center

In response to the spiritual and value-driven demand for the word of God to be disseminated by the nation of Israel to all of mankind, we have established “Brit Olam – the Noahide World Center” in Jerusalem. We are in constant contact with many people all over the world who have a strong desire to learn the words of God.

Basic Concepts by Rabbi Chaim Richman

  • Spirituality Vs. Holiness
  • What does Noahide mean? Rabbi Chaim Richman
  • What is a Rabbi and Why Do Son of Noah Need One
  • The Concept of Messiah, Rabbi Chaim Richman
  • Kashrut for non jewish person, Rabbi Chaim Richman
  • What Is Kabbalah? Rabbi Chaim Richman
  • The Universal Sabbath for Non Jewish
  • 7 Commandments, Rabbi Chaim Richman
  • Introduction to Sin and Repentance - 7 Noahide Laws
  • The Meaning of the Chosen People and What is a Goy
  • Introduction to Prayer
  • Introduction to the Oral Tradition
  • The Sinai Revelation
Intrinsic Holiness of the Land of Israel

The Chief Rabbinate recognizes a Ger Toshav, english subtitiles

Rav Oury Cherki comments on the recognition of a "Ger Toshav" by the Chief Rabbinate:

For the very first time in 2,500 years, a man was pronounced a "Ger Toshav" - a resident alien - by the Chief Rabbinate of Israel. A Ger Toshav is a non-Jew who lives among the people of Israel in its Land, accepts the Torah, loves Israel, and observes the seven mitzvot of Bnei Noach. For reasons connected to the Shemitta year, the Chief Rabbinate has taken an innovative step of accepting a Ben Noach who lives in Israel as a Ger Toshav. This can be seen as a symbolic act showing that the nation of Israel has a truly universal mission, to be officially and openly involved with humanity as a whole and not to be restricted to its own narrow interests.

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Join us for an Online Conference on Humanity Day – November 16, 2017

Brit Olam is happy to announce the online conference marking Humanity Day, the 27th of Cheshvan.

Lectures and discussion in English will be lead by:

 Rabbi Chaim Goldberg

To learn more about "Humanity Day," when Noach received the Seven Mitzvot, press here.

Date: Thursday, November 16, 11 p.m., Israel time by Zoom (

You could check compatibility of your computer by test meeting or install zoom application for  mobile: 

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We will open the videoconference November 16, 11:00 p.m., Israel time (3:00 p.m., Central Standard Time, USA)

Link to participate

We will also broadcast this meeting on our Facebook Page

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