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Bemoaning G-d's Anger By: Rabbi Avishai David
In this Torah shiur (class) explaining the Kinnot (mourning poems) recited on Tisha B'Av, Rabbi Avishai David explicates the themes and structure of the kinna "Eicha Atzta B'Apecha".  In this class, we examine the reaction of the Jewish people to the destruction of the exile.  Although the kinna is a mournful one, it also expresses the hope that we will merit redemption through the bris avos (the covenant made between Hashem and our forefathers).  This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats.





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Class: Kinnot: Poems for Jerusalem

Added: July 25, 2009

Class Number: 3 of 6

Time: 54:13

Topics: Exile / Fast Days / Month of Av / Mourning / Tisha B'av

 

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