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Rabbi Baruch Lichtenstein - This Shiur is part of Kollel Ohr Yosef in Thornhill Ontario - for more on the Kollel go to http://thornhillkollel,com/
The Temple Institute and Universal Torah - Rabbi Chaim Richman
The Art of Rebuke - Life_is_a_Blessing_Spirituality_in_the_Parsha
Insights From Kabbalah and Chassidut - From: Be There Israel - Ohr Chadash - TheTrugmans,com
Moshe rabbeinu rebukes his generation for their failures, but at the same time states, "you are today as the stars of the heavens." (Deut. 1:10) While our transgressions are of the moment, our good deeds and achievements are lights that will shine like the stars, enlightening others for generations ...
This week is Shabbos Chazon, b"H, the week before Tisha B'Av, and Rabbi Pinchas Winston shows how this week's parshah holds the key to all that has gone wrong in history, and what has to be rectified to make it all work out right.
The weekly Torah portion with Rabbi David Marcus
"The Nation's Destiny After the Sin of the Scouts" -- Rabbi Shlomo Riskin's Insights into Parshat Devarim
A brief introduction into the world of the Haftarahs by: Reuben Ebrahimoff
The word Eicha - A short inspirational idea relating to the weekly Parsha.
Weekly words of wisdom from the North Eastern Jewish Centre, presented by Rabbi Yaakov Glasman.
Shabbat Chazon - RECORDED 2007 - No frills episode revised. Enjoy.Much thanks to R. Levi Cunin and R. Zalman Marcus for their help on this clip
A thought for the week with Rabbi Yochanan Friedman.
RECORDED 2008 - The holy Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berdichev teaches that on the Sabbath before the 9th of Av, (the day of fasting which commemorates the Holy Temple which was destroyed in the year 70 AD by the Romans), the Sabbath known as Shabbat Chazon, the Sabbath of Vision, each and every Jew gain...
Weekly insight into the Torah portion from the North Eastern Jewish Centre presented by Rabbi Yaakov Glasman.
The 9 Days recorded in 2008 - In order to identify an issue or problem we must first LISTEN.Enjoy the Waffles.levitv wishlist:camcorder: $899final cut express: $299microphones: $200
Moroccan Daily HalakhotLa Halakha Marocaine Quotidiennehttp://darkeabotenou.blogspot.comSung by: nz
Weekly YouParsha show read by Rabbi Herschel Finman (rhfinman@gmail.com) YouParsha is produced and edited by Brad Richter at the Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts in Southfield, Michigan (248) 358-9000. YouParsha is made possible in part by a grant from the Paul & Leslie Magy Foundation. Torah, ...
Bilaam, the certified hater of the children of Israel sings their praises, but this week, as we read the first chapters of the book of Deuteronomy, Moshe rabbenu - Moses our master - who loves his people more than life itself, deals them harsh rebuke. How can this be?Devarim (Deuteronomy 1:1-3:22)Pa...
In this week's Torah portion, we begin the book of Deuteronomy. Every year week read this portion during the 9 Days, before the fast of Tisha B'Av.
 
 
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