20 Shvat 5782 / Saturday, January 22, 2022 | Torah Reading: Va'era
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Chut Shel Chessed

And you shall write them on the doorposts of
your house and upon your gates

What is a Mezuzah  
What is a Mezuzah A “Mezuzah” is a small parchment scroll, made from the skin of a clean animal, affixed to the right doorpost of the entrance to inhabitable rooms of Jewish homes.
What's Written in the Mezuzah  
What's Written in the Mezuzah Though "mezuzah" refers to the actual parchment itself, "mezuzah" is often used to also describe the decorative case that is used to store the scroll.
Laws of the Mezuzah  
Laws of the Mezuzah Laws of the Mezuzah - Overview - The Rabbis tell us that there are 613 commandments in the Torah. The commandment of putting up a Mezuzah is one of these 613.
Stories about the Mezuzah  
Stories about the Mezuzah Four stories about the Mezuzah.

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