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Rabbi Aaron Selevan, is a member of Nishmas Circle of Scholars www,nishma,org
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach On Chodesh Shevat
This event is Part of the SISTERHOOD Program of The BAYT - It was recorded at The BAYT - The Beth Avraham Yoseph of Toronto Congregation
Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (JLIC) - Toronto A Project of the Orthodox Union in partnership with Hillel of Greater Toronto
Rabbi Aaron Selevan, is a member of Nishma\\\\\\\'s Circle of Scholars www,nishma,org
Torah Reading and Celebration Rosh Chodesh
Rabbi Aaron Selevan, is a member of Nishma's Circle of Scholars www,nishma,org
Rabbi Pinson shares insight about the month of Nissan.
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Tammuz - Rabbi Citron
Rabbi Pinson shares insight on the month of Tammuz.
on the roof in the Old City with Betzalel Edwards and the crew-- what a gorgeous morning-- chodesh tov!!!
Reuben Ebrahimoff a/k/a The Haftorahman explains what the Haftarah for Shabbat Rosh Chodesh is all about.
It\'s Rosh Chodesh Nissan (2207) the start of the most important month of the year.
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