Summary of The Haftorah:
Haftorah Ki Seitzei Isaiah 54:1-10
The Haftorah for this week's Parsha, Ki Sietzei, was taken from chapter 54
in Yishayuhu. It describes Israel as afflicted barren, and inconsolable in the
aftermath of the Temple's destruction. The Navi assured the People that
Hashem's kindness and love for them is ever present, protecting and sustaining
them at all times.
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Haftorah Summary by
Rabbi Aron Tendler
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