Purim
Teacher Title תקציר Course
Rav Elyakim Krumbein The Mitzva of Megilla - To Read, Not to Write Halakhot of Purim
Harav Yehuda Amital Reading the Megilla Before Sundown Purim Halakhot of Purim
Rav Binyamin Tabory The Reading of the Megilla during the Day and at Night Halakhot of Purim
Harav Baruch Gigi "And By Night I Have No Rest" Reading the Megilla at Night Halakhot of Purim
Rav Binyamin Tabory Halakhic Issues Raised by the Leap Year Halakhot of Purim
Rav David Brofsky The Laws of Remembering Amalek Halakhot of Purim
Rav David Brofsky Ta'anit Esther Halakhot of Purim
Rav David Brofsky Shushan Purim, Why? Who? Where? Halakhot of Purim
Rav David Brofsky Women's Obligation in Megilla Reading Women's Obligation in Megilla Reading Halakhot of Purim
Rav Doniel Schreiber Purim as Divrei Kabbala Halakhot of Purim
Rav Mordechai Friedman A Selection of the More Practical Laws of Purim Halakhot of Purim
Rav Moshe Taragin The Unique Status of Ta'anit Esther Halakhot of Purim
Rav Moshe Taragin How Many Purims: The Question of Early Megilla Reading Halakhot of Purim
Rav Moshe Taragin The Mitzva of Mishloach Manot Halakhot of Purim
Rav Moshe Taragin Adar I and Purim Katan Halakhot of Purim
Rav Moshe Taragin The Two Readings of the Megilla Halakhot of Purim
Rav Moshe Taragin The Relationship between the Two Days of Purim One of the more intriguing aspects of the mitzva of reading the Megilla is the variety of times during which this mitzva is performed. Halakhot of Purim
Rav Shlomo Brin Sending Shemitta Fruits as Mishloach Manot Halakhot of Purim
Rav Yair Kahn Adar Alef and the Holiday of Purim Halakhot of Purim
Rav Yosef Zvi Rimon Purim Pranks Halakhot of Purim
Rav Yosef Zvi Rimon A Concise Guide to the Laws of Purim Meshulash Halakhot of Purim
Rav David Brofsky When, Where and How to Read the Megilla The Gemara (Megilla 5a) discusses whether the Megilla, when read during its proper time, may be read privately, without a quorum... Holiday Packages
Rav Mordechai Sabato "He Makes Nations Great and Destroys Them" – The Turning Point of the Megilla Upon examination of the book of Esther, we find that only after we have finished reading the entire book can we retroactively appreciate the significance of all the events it relates. Only after we have seen the picture in its entirety, from the third year of King Achashverosh to the twelfth year of his reign, do the many details join together to form a whole mosaic. Only then do we understand the contribution of each and every detail to the final miracle. Holiday Packages
Rav David Brofsky The Berakhot Recited Before and After Megilla Reading The Megilla reading is preceded by three berakhot: the birkat ha-mitzva (“al mikra megilla”), the birkat ha-nissim (“she-asa nissim”), and the birkat ha-zman (“she-hechiyanu”). Holiday Packages
Rav Itamar Eldar Purim – The Holiday of Exile Most of the holidays are mentioned for the first time in the Torah: the holiday of Pesach, the holiday of Matzot, the counting of the Omer, Shavuot, Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Sukkot and Shmini Atzeret. This is not true with respect to Chanuka and Purim. Holiday Packages

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