Torah Reading: Parshat Behar
Behar – “on Mount Sinai”
Vayikra - Leviticus –25:1-26:2
This Torah portion sets out the rules for Sabbatical years, jubilee years, and owning property in the Land of Israel.
As God is the Earth’s ultimate owner, our role is to look after the land on His behalf.
See what Israeli Songs and Dances originate from this week's Torah Portion
TORAH READING DATES
ABOUT THE TORAH READINGS:The Torah - the Five Books of Moses - is read publicly in synagogues every Sabbath on an annual cycle.
The cycle begins each year with Bereishit (Genesis), which is read on the Sabbath following the Simchat Torah festival.
Each of these weekly readings is known as a Parsha, or portion.
The Torah is also read in shorter segments of the Parsha on Mondays and Thursdays, and in selected sections on festivals.
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