Monday, June 12, 2006

How the Torah was really passed down.

How the Torah was really passed down from Generation to Generation.

Forget the Mishna, Mesora and Continuous Revelation -- it's right here:

hattip: JR

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Sarah Likes Green said...

if only it was JUST Torah that was passed on in this fashion!

exsemgirl said...


One sec so are you sayin all you have to do when you have differing opinions is to scroll up an see what the original opinion was??

Anonymous said...

On a completely unrelated topic. Somewhere a few posts back you mentioned rafting in the North. We will be in Israel this summer and are desperatly looking for a place for rafting and general fun stuff up north. Can you post some info or a link to places up north?

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

sim: Ah yes...the rafting. That was sooooo much fun! I must post about it since it was so good.

The site you want to check out is:

The site is all in ivrit; let me know if you need translation.

It's not cheap, but it was amazing fun! You'll read about it here on my blog this week :)

Jack Steiner said...


Anonymous said...


Yellow Boy

FrumGirl said...

Jameel, that is great! I love these little witty postings!

Anonymous said...

I've heard that some apikorseshe researchers have concluded that this e-mail was a forgery, pieced together by the rabbis from unrelated messages during galus Bavel. They claim that the original e-mail was actually from "E" to "J", then from "J" to "P", and "P" to "Q"...

Steg (dos iz nit der šteg) said...


I have to agree with Mr. Miller, though. ;-)

PsychoToddler said...

Now if you pass it on to 10 friends, Bill Gates will send you a million dollars.

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