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Awarded Israel Prize for the year of 2007, The Online Responsa project includes thousands of sources, from biblical, all the way to modern Hebraic texts, representing a period of over three thousand years of knowledge and source material.
The Talmud Text Online Database encompasses virtually all primary textual witnesses of the Babylonian Talmud, including hundreds of complete manuscripts and first printed editions and well over one thousand fragments from the Cairo and European archives- many as both text and digital images.
The Holocaust Responsa is a one of a kind collection of moral and halakhic questions and answers that were written during and after the Holocaust, perpetuating the momentous challenges and ethical-religious dilemmas faced by Jews in the shadow of looming destruction.
“Is it permissible to imprison in the camps to revive their lives with the flesh of those who died”? Or “is it permissible to flee from a concentration camp, knowing that the remaining prisoners will suffer reprisals?”
These are mere examples of the wrenching issues that plagued those caught in the throes of the Holocaust and included in the project.
The Bibliography of the Hebrew Book encompasses bibliographic records covering approximately 90% of all the books published in the Hebrew languages, in over a period of 500 years – from 1470 to 1960. The Bibliography of the Hebrew Book contains more than 141,000 records, including over 15,000 biographies of the authors.
Cotar is a comprehensive and unique repository of articles that provide answers to Halachic actual questions. The database contains more than 2400 topics with direct links to the relevant articles.
JFLIX – a video platform in partnership with Movie Discovery, is a website dedicated to award winning films on various topics dealing with Judaism and Israel. From Jewish history through biographies of leaders, along with films about Israeli society and culture. These films discuss questions such as Jewish identity and coping courageously with moral dilemmas. As we all are aware, and as research shows, video plays a constantly growing pedagogic role, either by enriching and triggering discussions, or directly as part of a syllabus.
Or HaSulam Online is dedicated to disseminating genuine Kabbalah to all interested parties, regardless of their background. The Or HaSulam study platform presents a unique pathway into the depths of Kabalistic knowledge. With unparalleled access to authentic Kabbalistic texts with hyperlink features as well as the glossary and dictionary of Kabbalistic definitions, allows the student to reach a fuller understanding of seemingly abstract ideas. It includes the published and unpublished writings of The Ari- Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, The Zohar, Baal HaSulam (Rabbi Ashlag), and most of his student writings.