Laws of Shmini Atzeret
Is it Permitted to Eat in the Sukkah on Shmini Atzeret? A daily Torah thought by Rabbi Ronen Chaziza.
Simchat Torah - Joy is a Power
Where else will you find crowds of people happy and dancing until they are exhausted, only because of the fact that they have a “Book”? We rejoice because we are what we are in the merit of this Book.
The Jewish Year - Part 7 - Simchat Torah Customs
What is the purpose of the last day of Sukkot, called Shmini Atzeret? What is the objective of the Yizkor prayer? What is the uniqueness of the prayer for rain? In this episode of 'The Jewish Year', Rabbi Lauffer elaborates on the laws and customs regarding Simchat Torah
The Joy of Simchat Torah
Simchat Torah is the last day of the Festival of Sukkot. Why do we read from a Torah scroll on the night of Simchat Torah? What is the true joy of Simchat Torah? Rabbi Lauffer elaborates on the laws and customs of the Festival
In this short clip, Rabbi Zamir Cohen elucidates some of the main ideas behind the holiday of Simchat Torah