This set of stamps was issued 25/7/2006.
The three Hebrew letters in the centre of the hand just above the flower on the 2.5 NIS is Hebrew for "Shaddai" one of the names of God see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Shaddai
The 7.4 NIS contains a paragraph of text, so presumably this is the section from the Talmud referred to in the article.
The 1.5 NIS stamp has no Hebrew text as far as I can see.
You might also be interested in the 40c "The word of God" stamp issued by the Republic Of South Africa in 1987. This was withdrawn shortly after being delivered to post offices but before release at the request of the South African Jewish Community. A few of smaller post offices initially sold some of these stamps to the public, they have thus become a true South African modern rarity - listed in the Stanley Gibbons 2011 catalogue as £450 mint £550 used.