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eJewishPhilanthropy today highlights a new approach to Daf Yomi, the practice of study a “daf” (folio page) of Talmud each day….through drawing! Read and See their post!
The article by Edmon J. Rodman of JNS.org highlights the work of Jacqueline Nicholls.
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