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Shabbat Primer - 39 Melachot #30-31 by Penina Lenga
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Oora\'s founder, Rabbi Chaim Mintz, giving his weekly lecture from The Torah Spot in Staten Island on Tuesday, June 12th, 2012. This weeks topic was \\
Shalom Sesame
From The JLI - Cooking - Shabbos
Aish Partners Conference 2010
Friday night candle lighting time... a time to reflect, meditate and pray for your hearts desire...
Video demonstrating how to make Havdallah after Shabbat ends.
saying Shema prayer before Shabbath
Short video by Rabbi Shraga Simmons, relating a beautiful story about a young child who understood the true value of a mitzvah (commandment). Produced by JewishPathways.com, the more advanced learning site of Aish.com, offering self-paced, online courses in Jewish thought and observance. Visit us at http://www.JewishPathways.com
Short video by Sara Rigler, explaining the significance of the Torah obligation to separate Challah from one's dough.Produced by JewishPathways.com, the more advanced learning site of Aish.com, offering self-paced, online courses in Jewish thought and observance.Visit us at http://www.JewishPathways.com
Kosher Cooking video specializing in creating spectacular Shabbos dishes, meals and more.
Video demonstrating how to light the Shabbat (Sabbath) candles.
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