Rabbi Yosef Alt grew up in Buffalo, New York, and is a Kadimah alumnus.
He attended Ner Israel Yeshiva in Baltimore, spent two years studying at the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem, and taught at the Atlanta Scholars Kollel for 4 years
He currently serves as the Rabbi at Golf Manor Synagogue in Cincinnati.
Parshas Behar begins with the mitzvah of shemittah, the sabbatical year, when the land of Israel is allowed to rest
We have lost many special people to the coronavirus, tzadikim and tzidaniyos, righteous men and women. As we turn
As we approach this week’s double Parsha of Tazria-Metzora, it is impossible to escape the analogy to what we
The seventh day of Pesach commemorates the splitting of the sea. That glorious final moment when helplessness at the
This week’s Parsha begins with the mitzvah of machatzis hashekel in which a half of a silver shekel was
This past week we have been anxiously following the news as the coronavirus continues to spread. It is now
When I transferred to Ner Israel in tenth grade I faced a number of challenges. Much to my surprise
In the beginning of this week’s parsha the Torah describes the Jewish people as ascending from Egypt “chamushim”, there
This week’s Parsha begins with the eighth plague, the plague of locusts. After Moshe and Aharon finish delivering their threating