Torah & Texts

Weekly Parsha: Ha’azinu

By Anthony Rogers-Wright

On the last day of Moses’s (Or Moshe’s) life, he gathers the Israelites before they go into the Promised Land, clears his throat and lets it rip.

Parshat Haazinu is his final song, and it’s interpreted for you this week by the fiercely funky musician Anthony Rogers-Wright. Haazinu means “Give Ear!” and we hope you will.

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