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Writing a Torah scroll is a religious act. First and foremost, a (acceptable according to Jewish law) Torah scroll must be hand-written. This is done by a (scribe), a specially trained individual who is devout and knowledgeable in the laws governing the proper writing and assembling of a scroll. Sofer is from the Hebrew root “to count.” According to the Talmud (Kiddushin 30a), these scholars would count each letter of the Torah. More specifically, the modern scribe is called a sofer stam, an acronym for sefer torah (Torah scroll) tefillin (phylacteries) and mezuzah. All these ritual objects must be written according to strict standards regarding size, lettering style, and layout.

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Posted by Good News from Israel - Take A Pen on 02/12/18
Far too much of the news published about Israel in the world deal with sad items like conflicts and terror. Thiese are an important but very small part of life in Israel; personal safety is better in Israel there than in some of the richest cities on earth.

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