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The weekly (double) Torah portion of “Behar-Bechukotai” (Leviticus 25:1-27:34) includes the ban on lending money with interest.

This law has intrigued Jew and Gentile alike. Why is there a ban on charging interest? Does it affect only Jews or also Gentiles?

Is showing appreciation for receiving a loan called interest? Can we say “thank you?” Is there an acceptable loophole that allows for lending with interest?

Rabbi Enkin delves deeply into this mysterious Torah law, and a few other interesting, lesser-known business laws as well.

This is a truly INTERESTing webinar you won’t want to miss!