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Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Tisha B’Av
What is the connection between Tisha B'Av and the Holocaust? Why will this day turn from mourning to joy? All you wanted to know about Tisha B'Av
Tisha B’Av - 10 Facts About the Book of Lamentations
The Book of Lamentations, which is written in scroll form, is read in the synagogue on Tisha B'Av. It describes the calamities experienced by the Jews at the time of the First Temple’s destruction
Tisha B’Av - Laws of the 9 Days and Week of Tisha B’Av
Laws of The Nine Days and the week of Tisha B'Av according to Sephardi and Ashkenazi Jews
Hi, I wanted to know more about how the three weeks holiday began. That is when did this tradition start, who started it, and are the rules rgarding it mandated by the Torah or were they mandated by the rabbis? Regards, Joseph Thanks
What to Eat During the Nine Days? Dr. Rina Granot Suggests a Complete Menue
What are we eating today? If you encounter this question again and again (or you yourself are asking it) and if you are fed up with a 9-Days Menu based on bagles and pizza, you are invited to hear nutritionist Dr. Rina Granot’s ideas
Podcast Ep. 46 - You Can Bring Mashiach
What would happen if we realized what we're capable of?
Just Be Yourself: Avraham Fried & Zemiros Choir - Acapella
The Holy Kotzker Rebbe's tongue twister. “Just Be Yourself”. During the 3 weeks it is more important than ever to remember to be the best “you” and love your fellow friend like they were you. Enjoy
The Three Weeks - Change the World
In Jewish history the period of the Three Weeks has been a time of tragedy and destruction. What can we do to create an everlasting change? What will determine the future of the Jewish People? In a fascinating lecture Rabbi Orlofsky explains how we can impact the future of the Jewish Nation & humanity
Podcast Ep. 45 - The Soul of Acapella (feat. Ari Goldwag)
Ari Goldwag joins Rabbi Orlofsky to sing, reminisce, and discuss how to find song when life isn't going our way.
Travelling before Pesach
Question: We live in Belgium and we are planning to come to Eretz Yisroel of Purim to visit family, stay for three weeks and then return to Belgium for Pesach. Do we need to do a Bedikat Chametz before we leave? If so, od we need to say a Bracha?
Doing laundry Motze Simchat Torach
Can I do laundry tonight Motze Simchat Torah or I need to wait until tomorrow Chatzot ?