10th of Tevet
10th of Tevet - Rebuilding the Third Temple
The Tenth of Tevet is a fast day mourning the destruction of the first Temple. Why do we mourn the first Temple if it was rebuilt? Rabbi Breitowitz illustrates how we can help speed up the rebuilding of the Third Temple
The Uniqueness of the 10th of Tevet
If any of the fast days falls on Shabbat, we postpone the fast to Sunday. All except the 10th of Tevet. Why is this fast different from all the other fasts? Rabbi Walkin gives us tremendous insight into the day on which the destruction began and reveals the great potential of the month of Tevet
The Tenth of Tevet: A Day of Hope
Do we have any idea how great this day is?
G-d Has Compassion on Us Even in Exile
9 facts about the Tenth of Tevet
Tenth of Tevet Questions
If I forgot and ate can I continue fasting afterwards, and other questions.
10th of Tevet - The Siege
There are four fast-days that pertain to the destruction of the first and second temples. On the 10th of Tevet Nevuchadnetzar laid siege to Jerusalem which marked the beginning of the destruction of the Temple
Tenth of Tevet: The Beginning of the Siege
The Tenth of Tevet was ordained as a fast, because on that day Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylonia, came with his troops to besiege Jerusalem, and this siege was the beginning of the tragedy that ended with the destruction of the First Temple and the exile of Divine Presence (Shechina)
The Fast of the Tenth of Tevet and the Four Fasts
What is the fast of the Tenth of Tevet? Who is obligated to fast on this day? And is it like all the other fasts?