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One of the most challenging issues families face is the tension between familial love and deeply held conflicting religious commitments, Rabbi Breitowitz guides us on a path to harmony in a potentially explosive environment, timely thoughts before the Seder night. [More] [Less]
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In this remarkable Class from the Challenge series at Ohr Torah, Rabbi Breitowitz shares insights into what defines a Rav as teacher, judge, adviser and even source of rebuke, it is explained in beginners terms but can influence the most experienced member of the community.
In this remarkable Class from the Challenge series at Ohr Torah, Rabbi Breitowitz shares insights into what defines a Rav as teacher, judge, adviser and even source of rebuke. It is explained in beginner\\\'s terms but can effect the most experienced members of the community.
In this remarkable Class from the Challenge series at Ohr Torah, Rabbi Breitowitz shares insights into what defines a Rav as teacher, judge, adviser and even source of rebuke. It is explained in beginner\\\\\\\'s terms but can effect the most experienced members of the community.
In this remarkable Class from the Challenge series at Ohr Torah, Rabbi Breitowitz shares insights into what defines a Rav as teacher, judge, adviser and even a source of rebuke. It is explained in beginner\\\\\\\'s terms but can effect the most experienced members of the community.
In this remarkable Class from the Challenge series at Ohr Torah, Rabbi Breitowitz shares insights into what defines a Rav as teacher, judge, adviser and even a source of rebuke. It is explained in beginner\\\'s terms but can effect even the most experienced members of the community.
One of the most challenging issues families face is the tension between familial love and deeply held conflicting religious commitments, Rabbi Breitowitz guides us on a path to harmony in a potentially explosive environment, timely thoughts before the Seder night.
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R Breitowitz takes us on a fascinating journey examing the whys and where-fores of the significance Jewish appearance. Rabbi Eliezer Breitowitz is the Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshiva Darchei Torah in Toronto
R Breitowitz takes us on a fascinating journey examing the whys and where-fores of the significance Jewish appearance. Rabbi Eliezer Breitowitz is the Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshiva Darchei Torah in Toronto
One of the most challenging issues families face is the tension between familial love and deeply held conflicting religious commitments, Rabbi Breitowitz guides us on a path to harmony in a potentially explosive environment, timely thoughts before the Seder night.
One of the most challenging issues families face is the tension between familial love and deeply held conflicting religious commitments, Rabbi Breitowitz guides us on a path to harmony in a potentially explosive environment, timely thoughts before the Seder night.
One of the most challenging issues families face is the tension between familial love and deeply held conflicting religious commitments, Rabbi Breitowitz guides us on a path to harmony in a potentially explosive environment, timely thoughts before the Seder night.
One of the most challenging issues families face is the tension between familial love and deeply held conflicting religious commitments, Rabbi Breitowitz guides us on a path to harmony in a potentially explosive environment, timely thoughts before the Seder night.
Part 2 - Opening night of Ohr Torah - Key Note R. Breitowitz reveals the hidden benefits of Torah study. Sponsored by Andrew Novack in the Merit of his Father Chaim Ben Avigdor. For more info please visit www.ohrtorah.ca part 2
 
 
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