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I am looking for an easy-to-read, English sheet with insights from the weekly parasha, which can also include chassidus like Ohev Yisroel, Meor VeShemesh etc...

Are there, besides Parsha Sheets.com, other resources (sheets, documents, pfd's etc...) with parasha-insights? I am particularly looking for easy-to-read, English insights given by contemporary Rebbeim, Roshei Yeshiva) on the weekly parasha, and that provide (plenty) sources. A big bonus would be a sheet that also includes some chassidus.

Maybe some insights from Belz, Ger, Bobov etc..

Let's collect all of them :)

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You can try the Toras Avigdor website which has a weekly parsha booklet from the teachings of Rabbi Avigdor Miller zt"l as well as also having an archive of past editions.

I am also a big fan of the Torah Tavlin parsha sheet which always provides a good compendium of divrei torah from contemporary Rebbeim etc.


EDIT

If you are into chassidus a must-read is Rav Elimelech Biderman shlita's Torah Wellsprings series. You can access the archive in numerous places - one such place here.

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  • Great find Dov! I did find Toras Avigdor. Great stuff on there!
    – Shmuel
    Mar 2, 2023 at 14:09
  • +1 for the edit :) Thank you!
    – Shmuel
    Jun 4, 2023 at 20:17
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Rabbi Oizer Alport sends out a new parsha sheet weekly(Parsha Potpourri). He has been doing it for years and he qoutes a plethora of sources . He also includes fascinating and unique questions and answers as well . Highly recommended read. I will attach site ,but you can sign up using the email on the bottom of the page.

https://www.shemayisrael.com/parsha/alport/

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  • Thank you. I once came across this series in Bein Gavra L'Gavra, but could not find where it was originally located. It looks like a great divrei Torah.
    – Shmuel
    Mar 3, 2023 at 8:15
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This can be added to the list :)

I found Rabbi Krieger's Parsha Sheets (bio), on the website of Yeshivas Bircas Torah. It has parasha-sheets, dating back all the way to 2004.

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