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Rabbi Aaron Selevan, is a member of Nishma-s Circle of Scholars www,nishma,org
Web Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Brov
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(WHY DO WE USE A POINTER WHEN READING FROM THE TORAH?
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U Laws Of Tzit-tzit and Tefillin - How To - With Sub-titles
June is wedding season! Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald tells us that he has been busy meeting with many soon to be brides and grooms.
Recorded at The BAYT - The Beth Avraham Yosef Congregation of Torornto
Rabbi Chaim Brovender of WebYeshiva.org brings the opinion of Rabbi Moshe Feinstein to explain how we go about deciding what is the ikar and tafel foods.
Rabbi Brovender of WebYeshiva.org discusses which bracha we make on granola. Granola is a mixture of different types of grains and usually consists of quick cooking oats, making the question of which bracha less than straightforward.
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Rabbi Brovender of WebYeshiva.org discusses the five primary grains: wheat, barley, rye, spelt and oats. When used in breads, we make the bracha hamotzi.
Rabbi Chaim Broveder of WebYeshiva.org continues his discussion on the halachot of Kriat HaTorah. He explains the differences of opinion as to whether or not we stand during Kriat HaTorah.
Rabbi Chaim Brovender of WebYeshiva. org discusses kavod sefer Torah. Whatever we do with the sefer Toral must be done in an honorable fashion.
Rabbi Chaim Brovender of WebYeshiva.org discusses the order of aliyot on Shabbat during Kriat HaTorah.
Rabbi Chaim Brovender continues his discussion on the halachot of Kriat HaTorah. He discusses the concept of selling Aliyot.
This Shiur is part of Kollel Ohr Yosef in Thornhill Ontario Sponsored in part by www.canadianfundingcorporation.com, for more on the Kollel go to http://thornhillkollel,com/
Many fascinating issues for the married woman, the Baalei Teshuva, parents and children, converts, visitors to a new Shul and much more - This Shiur is part of Kollel Ohr Yosef in Thornhill Ontario Sponsored in part by www.canadianfundingcorporation.com, for more on the Kollel go to http://thornhillkollel,com/
Many questions have been asked about giving tzedakah. Rabbi Wyne answers the most common questions that we have regarding giving charity.
Rabbi Chaim Brovender continues his discussion of the reading of the haftara on shabbat. The haftara is a reading from the prophets (neviim), which reflects or reminds us of the weekly Torah reading. Rabbi Brovender discusses why this practice was instituted.
Erev Chanukah 5771 - Kolel Williamsburg Brooklyn
Rabbi Chaim Brovender, of WebYeshiva.org, discusses the four fixed places in the Shemona Esrai (Amida) in which we bow. Rabbi Brovender explains exactly how we are supposed to bow.
Rabbi Chaim Brovender, of WebYeshiva.org, continues his discussion of the Shemona Esrai (Amida). He mentions the three steps we take before starting this prayer - as though we are approaching G-d. Most people take three steps back, and then three steps forward. Rabbi Brovender also discusses the beginning of the Shemona Esrai prayer.
Rabbi Chaim Brovender, of WebYeshiva.org, discusses a special Halacha in connection with saying the Shemona Esrai (Amida) - the direction one should face when saying this prayer. In Israel, one faces Jerusalem, and in Jerusalem, one faces the temple mount. Outside of Israel, one faces the direction of Israel. This is done to give one the feeling of praying in the holy temple.
Web Yeshiva - What to do on an airplane
Rabbi Chaim Brovender, of WebYeshiva.org, answers a student's question as to what the proper response is to the priestly blessing (Birkat Cohanim) in the Shemona Esrei if there are no Cohanim present in Shul. If there are no Cohanim present, the custom (minhag) in most cases is that the Chazan says the priestly blessing. However, one should follow the custom (minhag) of the Shul they attend.
Rabbi Chaim Brovender, of WebYeshiva.org, continues his discussion of adding Mashiv Haruach and V'Tein Tal Umatar Livracha to our Tefilot. What do people do if they live in countries that have seasons that are the exact opposite of Eretz Yisrael?
Rabbi Chaim Brovender of WebYeshiva.org discusses what to do if one forgets to say
Rabbi Chaim Brovender, of WebYeshiva.org, discusses the timing of adding Mashiv Haruach and V'Tein Tal Umatar Livracha. Mashiv Haruach is added on Shmini Atzeret. In Eretz Yisrael, we add V'Tein Tal Umatar Livracha on the 7th of Cheshvan, and in Chutz Laaretz, on the 4th or 5th of December.
Rabbi Chaim Brovender, of WebYeshiva.org, continues his discussion of adding V'Tein Bracha to our Tefila. What happens if one travels from Eretz Yisrael to Chutz La'aretz in the time period between when we begin adding V'Tein Bracha in Eretz Yisrael (7th of Cheshvan) and when it is added in Chutz La'aretz (December 4th or 5th)?
WHY DO WE SAY HALLEL - PRAISES TO GOD - This class is part of the program of Yeshiva University's, Torah MiTzion, Zichron DOV, Toronto, Beit Midrash - www,TorontoTorah,com.
Rabbi Brovender of WebYeshiva.org discusses which bracha we make on rice cakes, and why.
Rabbi Chaim Brovender, of WebYeshiva.org, discusses the importance of bread, and the different brachot that can be made on wheat products. Rabbi Brovender also discusses what bracha should be made on rice and rice products.
Rabbi Chaim Brovender, of WebYeshiva.org, discusses what exactly constitutes bread according to Chazal's requirements. We only make the bracha of hamotzi on the grains Chazal designated, primarily wheat.
Torah, Tefiillin, Mezuza What Is Required How Are They Made - Insights Into A Skill Dating Back to Moses Himself!
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Explanation of The Leshem yichud Prior to laying on Tefillin
Rabbi Chaim Brovender of WebYeshiva.org revisits the topic of primary (ikar) and secondary (tafel) foods. He discusses the example of the
 
 
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