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Isabel Bard (translation)

Isabel Bard (translation)

Isabel Bard (she/hers) lives in London. Within the walls of a yeshiva, she has studied at the Drisha High School Programme, Yeshivat Hadar, and the Conservative Yeshiva; without them, she has a punctuality-challenged twitter parsha practice and a half-dozen amazing phone chevrutot. She enjoys midrash, wearing tsitsit, and vegan babka.

מדרש לחנוכה | Midrash l’Ḥanukkah, an interwoven miscellany of Ḥanukkah stories

Contributed on: 10 Dec 2020 by Aliza Arzt | Isabel Bard (translation) | Unknown Author(s) |

The following is the Midrash l’Ḥanukkah, one of a collection of three midrashim and two megillot containing the details of the story of Ḥanukkah in the Jewish rabbinic tradition. Those already familiar with these other works will quickly recognize portions or summaries of them here albeit with precious additional information added not found anywhere else. . . .


תְּפִלָּה לַמִּתְחַסְּנִים | A Prayer for the one to be Vaccinated, by Rabbi Esteban Gottfried (2020)

Contributed on: 27 Dec 2020 by Isabel Bard (translation) | Esteban Gottfried |

A kavvanah before a vaccination offered by Rabbi Esteban Gottfried of Ḳ.Ḳ. Beit Tefilah Yisraeli in Tel Aviv. . . .



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