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This Week's Torah Thought
from Rabbi Zylberman

This Shabbat falls on the 9th of Av, Tisha b’Av, a day of mourning for the destruction of the holy Temples in Jerusalem and an array of other tragedies that have befallen our people over the millennia. (As the joy of Shabbat takes precedence, this year the mourning associated with the day is postponed till Sunday). According to tradition, the fall of the Temple in 70 CE was the result of baseless hatred (sinat chinam). We have seen baseless hatred arise time and again throughout history against our people and other peoples. It is evil because it causes untold pain to those who are its targets. But it is also deeply corrosive to those who give it harbor. Baseless hatred in whatever form - be it antisemitism, racism, Islamophobia, the targeting of immigrants or members of the LGBTQ community - rots away at the society that allows it to raise its ugly head.

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