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Friday November 19th

Haazinu: The Duties of a Leader

Haazinu: The Duties of a Leader

Haazinu - Rabbi Lord Jonathan SACKS

When words take wing, they modulate into song. That is what they do here in Haazinu as Moses, with the angel of death already in sight, prepares to take leave of this...

Choosing One’s Lulav for Sukkot

Choosing One’s Lulav for Sukkot

On Sukkot, we have the mitzvah of taking 4 species, including a Lulav (a date tree branch),an Etrog (lemon), 3 Hadassim (myrtle branches) and 2 aravot (willow...

Thursday November 18th

HOW TO CHOOSE ONE’S LULAV

HOW TO CHOOSE ONE’S LULAV

Every day of the holiday of Sukkot (except on Shabbat), we have the Mitzvah to take “the Four Species”: a Lulav (a date palm branch), an Etrog (a lemon),...

5 Facts About Parshat Haazinu that You (Maybe) Didn’t Know

5 Facts About Parshat Haazinu that You (Maybe) Didn’t Know

Haazinu - Eytan Yéhouda DZIKOWSKI

Discover and learn every week, "5 Facts" written on the weekly Parshah that you can share at your Shabbos table.

A Busy Shabbat

A Busy Shabbat

6-minute story told by Rav Shmuel GALANDAUER.

Haazinu: Never Give Up On Any Jew

Haazinu: Never Give Up On Any Jew

Haazinu - Rabbi Yehonasan GEFEN

Towards the end of Parshat Haazinu, Moshe exhorts the people: “…Apply your hearts to all the words that I testify against you today, with which you are to...

Haazinu and Jewish History

Haazinu and Jewish History

23-minute video class given by Rav Avi GROSSMAN.

Tuesday November 16th

Our Rabbanim, the Most Reliable Source of Truth

Our Rabbanim, the Most Reliable Source of Truth

Receiving the Torah is a vast program in which work is required on oneself, especially on a large number of character traits such as fear, modesty or anger.

Building a Sukkah

Building a Sukkah

In memory of the huts built by our ancestors in the desert as well as the Clouds of Glorythat guided them and protected them for 40 years,  we build every year a...

Monday November 15th

Yom Kippur: Ete Shaarei Ratson

Yom Kippur: Ete Shaarei Ratson

At a time period where the doors of goodwill open, we wish you a year full of happiness, joy and bliss!

Halacha: The Custom of Kapparot

Halacha: The Custom of Kapparot

The custom of doing Kapparot is rooted in holy sources, and goes back to the time of the Geonim, about a thousand years ago. Nowadays, it is a widespread custom in many...

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