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Daf LaKorei

Shabbos Vayeitzei




9 Kislev - 15 Kislev   5780

December 7th, 2019 - December 13th, 2019  




Do not allow yourself to be misled by an evil person.


     How would you describe Lavan's behavior towards Yaakov from reading this verse? It would appear to be an extremely warm and loving greeting by an uncle who was sincerely happy to see his nephew. However, let us take a look at Rashi and see how the Sages viewed Lavan's greeting.

     "And he ran to greet him": Lavan assumed that Yaakov would be loaded with gifts since when Eliezer, their family's servant, came he brought along ten loaded camels. "And he hugged him": When Lavan didn't see anything, he said to himself that perhaps Yaakov had concealed gold under his garments and therefore he hugged him. "And he kissed him": Lavan said that perhaps Yaakov had diamonds hidden in his mouth and that is why he kissed him. Therefore Yaakov had to explain that he was fleeing for his life and was penniless.

     We know how important it is to judge people favorably. However, if someone is an evil person we are obligated to judge him unfavorably. Some people might find this rather harsh, but that is the reality with evil people assume the worst.

We need to master the ability of seeing the good in the bad and the bad in the good. Then we need the wisdom to know when to use each ability. Judging an evil person on the side of merit is not a virtue but a fault. Failure to be on guard to protect yourself from a deceitful person can cause you and others much damage and heartache. There are some people who naively refuse to believe that there are people who do all that they can to cheat them or worse even kill them. The way of Torah is to use wisdom to know when to assume the person has negative motivations and when to judge people favorably. Unfortunately, too many people fail to judge others favorably when they really should. However, the opposite extreme of believing everyone is great is considered the attribute of the fool.

     Today the world still chooses to look away from evil. They think that if we will be more compassionate there will be no evil in the world. They judge everyone favorable, that is an attribute of a fool and a fool pays a big price.

Have a wonderful Shabbos from the Perelson Mishpacha










   Mazal Tov:



  Mr. & Mrs. David & Esty Hofman on the birth of a baby girl, Rebecca Rifkah!  Mazal Tov

     to the proud grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Moshe & Helen Hofman and Mr. & Mrs. Eli & Tobi          Shafar!   Mazal Tov to the proud sisters, Lia, Kayla, Julia, Emma, and Olivia!



Refuah Sheleima:

 Chaya Fruma bat Perel Miriam Malka, Leib ben Toiba Magdolena Szigeti, Michael Weisblatt, Meir Kadosh,   Zita Yakubovich, Samuel Richmond, Bella Nortman,   Sharolta Gollender, Melissa Nosomowitz, Eugene Galpert, Judith  Jackier, Lisa Weiselberg, Ann Bieber, Louis Gross, Lawrence & Carol Kaufman,   Louis Kirsch, Florence Birnbaum, Binyamin Joyce, Marlene Nussbaum, Sol Glickstein, Zelig & Miriam Kindler, Breindy Teitelbaum, Avraham Daniel ben Devorah Tova,  PP Charles R. Harary,Rose Bronheim, Brenda Iosefson,  Tzilia Adamsky, Alex ben Leah, Helene Galletta,  Gitel bat Sarah, Esther bat Janja, Ann Chesler, Nissim ben Tamar, Irina bat Bayla,Erica bat Tila Elka, Tzipora bat Rajzi, Malka Shoshana bat Batya Nechama, Rochale Batya bat Chana Masha, Ronie ben Tzipora, Rivfka Deborah bat Gitel, Adam Meister, Yenti bas Chaya, Pesach ben Bayla, Sima Rochel bat Yehudit,    Benjamina Bat Necha, Efrat bas Shoshana, Shmuel Meltser ben Raizel, Chana Frida bat Yehudit, Sala Sultanik, Anne Chesler, Shaya Eisen, Rachel Dvorah bat Tova, Miryam bat Shoshana.





  Kiddush Sponsor:


     Mr. & Mrs. Boris & Esther Drukker in memory of Boris’ beloved mother, Yelena Drukker A”H. Mr. & Mrs.                  William & Jannet Schneider in memory of Jannet’s beloved mother, Yelena Drukker A”H.  Mr. & Mrs. Boris

      & Esther Drukker in memory of Esther’s beloved mother, Irene Halpert A”H.  Mr & Mrs. Robert & Bella

      Halpert in memory of Robert’s beloved mother, Irene Halpert A”H.




Seudah Shlishit Sponsor

Mr. Donald Zellman in memory of Donald’s beloved  mother, Ida Zellman A”H, Mr. & Mr. Eugene & Lilia Mauskop in memory of Eugene’s beloved father, Mordechai Mauskop A”H.  Mr. & Mrs. Alexander & Mariam Moshkovich in memory of Alexander’s beloved father, Chaim Moshkovich A”H,  Mr. & Mrs. Ervin & Valerie Roth in memory of Ervin’s beloved aunt, Toby Strobel A”H, Dr. & Mr. Olitsa & Herman Roth in memory of Herman’s beloved aunt, Toby Strobel A”H.


Nedivei Yom:

Mrs. Renee Goldenkranz in memory of Renee’s beloved father, Charles Sternberg A”H, Mrs. Jaynee Wall in memory of Jaynee’s beloved father, Max Egolkin A”H, Mrs. Leila Stein Lewis in memory of Leila’s beloved mother, Sadie Gabrilowitz A”H, Mr. David Rosen in memory of David’s beloved father, Stuart Rosen A”H,  Mr. Mendel Goldenberg in memory of Mendel’s beloved mother, Bertha Goldenberg A”H , Mrs. Alla Goldstein in memory of Alla’s beloved father, Samuel Kreyn A”H, Mrs. Anna Kogan in memory of Anna’s beloved friend, Samuel Milashevsky  A”H.




A Very Special Thank You To Nusin Shtern For Bringing His Men With The Scaffolding To Fix The Ceiling In Our Main Sanctuary!

A Very Special Thank You To Nathan Fuerte from On Time Carpet Inc. For The Beautiful Job Of Cleaning The Carpet In The Main Sanctuary!




Mikvah Event Sunday December 8th, 2019

“Come and witness the pouring of the borot at the site of our beautiful Mill Basin Mikvah. Dedicators from 11:30 am to 1 pm. Scroll of Honor members from 1 pm to 2:30 pm. Open to the general public from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Take a tour of the premises and enjoy an assortment of refreshments and drinks.”


Shabbat Chanukah Luncheon

Saturday, December 28th, 30 Kislev Shabbat Miketz

For Reservations please call the Shul office


       Fee: $30.00 Adults $25.00 Children

Children 3 and Under Free


Thank You!!

We Thank Everyone Who Redeemed Their High Holiday Pledges.  It Is A Great Merit To Help Ensure The Future Of Our Jewish Center!  May G-d Grant You A Happy, Successful Year, And Grant You And Your Family Special Protection!



Dear Members,

There are still members that have not redeemed their High Holiday Pledges and /or 2020 Member Dues. Kindly please contact the office Monday and honor your obligations. 

Thank You In Advance From The Board OF FPJC















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Flatbush Park Hebrew School Program

Announcing the beginning of a new Hebrew School Program teaching:

Jewish Traditions, Jewish Holidays, Mitzvot and Jewish Values, Jewish Songs, Hebrew Alphabet and Reading

Sundays From 9:30 AM - 100:00 AM

Ages 7 and up: Classes begin on 01/06/19

Ages 3-4 and 5-6: Classes begin on 01/20/19



If anyone is seeking a babysitter for Evening and Weekends please contact Paula Vays 347-500-9444        










  • Every morning, 8am, after Shachrit - Halacha Yomit w/R. Perelson
  • Every evening between Mincha & Mariv -  w/R. Perelson
  • Thursday evenings 8:30-9:30pm - Talmud Class w/R. Perelson
  • Monday through Friday, 9-10am - Shiur w/R. Perelson, including full breakfast of bagels & lox, cereal, coffee.
  • Monday night 8-9:15pm - Partners in Torah for Men & Women
  • Tuesday 10-11:15am - Womens Shiur w/R. Judith Zwick
  • Shabbos schedule includes "On The  Main Drasha @ 10:45, Men & Women's Talmud study @ 3;45 and a D'var Torah at Seudah Shlishit

Bikur Cholim: Looking for volunteers to  visit people who are homebound, and drive those who would like to come to morning and evening Minyan.

Please contact Helen Birnbaum @ 718.253.2690.
Your Chesed will benefit you for eternity. 
If you know of anyone in need of Bikur Cholim help, please notify the FPJC office at 718-444-6868.

Anyone who would like to HOST a Torah event in memory of a Parent, please contact Rabbi Yisroel Perelson at 718.444.6868 or Email -

 THE  LEVAYAH  PROGRAM, sponsored by the Orthodox Union (OU), is designed to be of major financial assistance to Jewish families in the event of family loss and the funeral arrangements with our local chapels. All individual family members of the OU are entitled to significant cost savings at those difficult times. You must, however, be an OU member, cost $54 per year. Now is the time to make that call, before the need, Rachmana Litzlan, arises. Call 212.563.4000. May all your calls be for Simchos.

Tue, December 10 2019 12 Kislev 5780