Deuteronomy 21:10 till 25:19; Haftarah: Isaiah 54:1 till 10
This Shabbat is spelled in english in three different ways: Ki Teze, Kiteze and Ki Teizei.

Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem:
“Remember what Amalek did to you along the way as you came out of Egypt.” (Deuteronomy 25:19) G-d wants us to be on fire in the way we serve Him, but Amalek, the enemy of G-d, wants to “cool” us off, enticing us to trade in our passion for walking in G-d’s way, with complacency with doing the bare minimum – a situation which truly spells disaster. – “I pray that we should never be to cool, we should always be on fire for the service of G-d”:

Shabbat Shalom

Eric Martienssen

Since my secession from the Church in 2009, my Jewish Orthodox friends in Israel and I have been following the Fake News of Rome in articles and political Shabbat commentaries on GSI (God's Sabbath Int.). The former Pontiff destroyed the dwelling place of God, the temple in Jerusalem – fact! Was the New Testament and the Church just a world dominance inspired business idea of Rome? What is politics today? Enjoy your trip on GSI.