Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Teacher Title תקציר Course
Rav Binyamin Tabory Tearing Garments Upon Seeing the Cities of Judea Just as one must tear his clothes when a close relative dies, the Halakha requires one to rip his garments when encountering three locations. Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav Avi Baumol Tisha B'Av: A Day of Mourning, A Day of Teshuva Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav Binyamin Tabory Tisha Be-Av on Shabbat Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav David Brofsky Laws of the Nine Days Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav David Brofsky Bein Ha-metzarim: Laws of the Three Weeks Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav David Brofsky The Laws of Tisha Be-Av and the Dual Nature of the Day Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav David Brofsky The Laws of Tisha Be-Av : Erev Tisha Be-Av; the Five Afflictions Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav Mordechai Friedman The Three Weeks and the Nine Days Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav Moshe Pinchuk Tisha be-Av as a "Mo'ed" Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav Moshe Taragin Torah Reading at Mincha on Fast Days Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav Moshe Taragin Torah Study on Tisha B'Av Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav Moshe Taragin The Aveilut of Tisha B'Av Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav Moshe Taragin Blowing Trumpets on A Fast Day: Prayer and Unity Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav Moshe Taragin The Issur for an Avel to Attend a Simcha Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav Shabtai Rappaport The Ninth of Av and Rebuilding the Temple Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav Yosef Zvi Rimon Tish'a Be'av That Falls out on Sunday Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav Yosef Zvi Rimon Some Laws of the Nine Days Halakhot of the Three Weeks
Rav David Brofsky The Laws of Tisha Be-Av The beraita (Ta’anit 30a) teaches that “all the restrictions that apply to the mourner apply on Tisha Be-Av; eating, drinking, bathing, anointing, the wearing of shoes and marital relations, are forbidden thereon.” Holiday Packages
Rav Tzvi Chaim Kaye The Prohibition of Studying Torah on Tisha Be-Av The gemara in Ta’anit (30a) cites a baraita that details the prohibitions of Tisha Be-Av. The baraita compares these prohibitions to those that a mourner observes following the loss of a close relative.
Rav Yair Kahn When Tisha Be-Av Falls on Shabbat This year, the ninth of Av falls on Shabbat. Since it is prohibited to fast on Shabbat, the fast is pushed off until Sunday, the tenth of Av. However, there are many things prohibited on Tisha Be-Av aside from fasting, and it is usually permissible to refrain from these things on Shabbat. Do these laws apply on Shabbat, despite the fact that the fast is delayed?