INN prefaces an article about the parsha of the week with the following words:
This year the eighth day of Passover, kept only in the Diaspora, fell on the Sabbath, so while Jews in Israel read Parshat Acharei Mot, the Sabbath Torah portion, Jews in the Diaspora were still celebrating Passover and read the Passover holiday reading. The result is that Jews outside Israel are reading Acharei Mot this week, but Jews in Israel are up to the next portion, Parashat Kedoshim. The Jewish people will be literally "on the same page" again once a double parsha reading in the Diaspora balanced by the reading of one parasha in Israel on the same Sabbath lets the Diaspora communities catch up.
Judaism: Parshat Acharei Mot: Israel and morality
Climb a little higher
Survivor and ex-Chief Rabbi Lau gives a powerful talk during the March of the Living ceremony.