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In this Torah class (shiur) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson reviews the halachot relating to building with tools.Binyan B'KeilimDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-28 53:33

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson completes his overview of the prohibition of planting (zoreia) on Shabbat, and introduces the next melacha, the prohibition of harvesting (kotzer). End of Zoreia, Beginning of KotzerDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-24 54:07

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In this Torah lecture (shiur) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the practical areas where the melacha of zoreia comes up on Shabbos. Practical Applications of ZoreiaDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-24 52:23

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson differentiates between the primary prohibition (av melacha) of zoreia and its toldot (subsidiaries). The Melacha of Zoreia and its ToldotDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-24 47:28

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Melechet Zoreia, planting, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the melacha, prohibited action, with a halachic definition of planting. According to some, zoreia is defined by merely placing seeds in the ground, while others posit that the seeds must take root for zoreia to take place. Introduction to Melechet ZoreiaDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-24 55:56

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shion Isaacson teaches the practical applications of the melacha of Tofer, sewing and attaching, and introduces the related melacha of korei'a, tearing. Tofer and Korei'aDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-24 46:02

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the halachic basis for the melacha, prohibited activity of tofer, sewing. Tofer: Sewing and AttachingDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-24 55:36

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson completes his survey of the prohibition of trapping any living thing of Shabbat, and its practical applications. Trapping: Practical GuidelinesDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-24 53:46

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In this Torah class (shiur) on the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson presents both the theoretical principles and the practical applications of the prohibition of trapping on Shabbat. The Conceptual Underpinnings of Melechet TzadDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-24 55:10

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In this Torah shiur on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson begins teaching Hilchot Tzad, trapping or hunting, and its contemporary applications. Melechet TzadDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-24 54:46

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the eight issues relating to brushing teeth on Shabbos. Brushing Teeth on ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 50:29

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the Av Melacha (primary prohibited activity) of Memachek (smoothing), and its toldah (sub-category) of Memarei'ach (spreading or scraping). The class included a discussion of using ointments on Shabbos. Overview of MemachekDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 44:25

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Issacson discusses the prohibition of hanging up wet clothing to dry on Shabbat, as part of the prohibition of marit ayin (giving the impression that one has transgressed a Torah law), as hanging up wet clothes can give the impression that one has recently laundered them.Hanging Up Wet Clothing on ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 54:40

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson reviews the prohibition of sechita, wringing out a wet garment or fabric, as this act is an integral part of the laundering process. Sechita: The Prohibition of Wringing out ClothingDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 47:57

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses whether one can clean a garment without using a liquid medium. Laws of Libun, Part 2: Dry CleaningDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 48:00

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson begins explaining the Shabbos prohibition of cleaning and laundering clothes and fabrics. Introduction to Libun: Laundering on ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 47:33

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson analyzes the prohibition of erasing on Shabbat, focusing on the issue of cutting cakes with writing. Mochek: Erasing on ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 54:12

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues his discussion of the prohibition of writing on Shabbat, focusing on the halachic definition of writing in languages other than Hebrew. Kotev: Writing in Other LanguagesDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 51:41

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the Melacha of Kotev (writing), Rabbi Shimon Isaacson reviews the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, including the halachot of making puzzles on Shabbat, writing on cakes, and using a magnet board. Practical Applications of KotevDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 48:50

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the Melacha (Shabbat prohibition) of Kotev, Rabbi SHimon Isaacson explains the need for the writing to be lasting, (kayama) in order for it to be considered a complete Torah transgression. In addition, Rabbi Isaacson examines the issue of writing in other languages. Melechet Kotev: Temporary WritingDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 56:39

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson begins teaching the melacha (Shabbat prohibition) of Kotev, writing or engraving. The Melacha of Kotev: EngravingDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 57:00

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the melachot (Shabbat prohibitions) of Kotev, writing, and mochek, erasing. Introduction to Melachot of Kotev and MochekDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 59:36

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hlchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson looks at the principles and applications of the prohibition of Kosher, tying knots on Shabbat.Melechet Kosher Principles and ApplicationsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 51:43

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the Melacha of Kosher, the prohibition of tying a permanent knot on Shabbat.Introduction to Melechet KosherDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 50:00

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the concept of Marbeh B'Shiurim, the question of whether one may expand on a Shabbat prohibition in a situation where it is permitted. Expanding on a Shabbat ProhibitionDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 49:30

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson explores the various laws of Maaseh Shabbos, which discuss whether one can benefit from an act of chillul Shabbat. Benefitting from Chillul ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 58:45

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses whether of not it is permissible to benefit or use something which was created by someone performing a Shabbat prohibition. Benefitting from 'Maaseh Shabbos'DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 41:11

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson presents the issue of Hatmanah, insulating a food in order to retain its warmth, on Shabbat. HatmanahDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 53:34

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson instructs us on practical ways to warm up food on Shabbat. How to Re-heat Food on ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 53:26

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson analyzes the difference between Melachot D'Rabbanan (Rabbinic Shabbat Prohibitions) and Gzerot D'Rabbanan (Rabbinic Ordinances), and how it impacts Shehiya and Chazara. The class also discusses the use of crockpots on Shabbat.Melachot D'Rabbanan vs. Gzerot D'RabbananDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 51:58

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson concludes the laws of shehiya, leaving food on a fire on Shabbat, and introduces the laws of chazara, returning food onto a fire on Shabbat. Introduction to the Laws of ChazaraDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 52:35

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the definition of shehiya (leaving food on a flame on Shabbos), and elaborates on the various types of shehiya. Rabbi Isaacson begins a discussion of how to apply these principles to using a blech, hotplate, and oven on Shabbos. ShehiyaDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 53:06

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses how to prepare tea properly on Shabbat, and the prohibition on Hagasa (stirring) very hot food. Tea on ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 53:31

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson explains why one may not cook in a kli sheni (secondary container), and reviews the Halachot of 'iruy' (pouring hot liquids). Cooking in a Kli SheiniDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 50:22

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues his explanation of the differences between kli rishon and kli sheini. Primary and Secondary VesselsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 45:48

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson explains the fundamental differences between kli rishon and kli sheini. Kli Rishon and Kli SheiniDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 43:47

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the kli rishon (first degree of heated container), kli sheni (second degree of heated container), and kli shlishi (third degree of heated container), and explains the Halachot that refer to each, as regards to cooking or heating food on Shabbat.Bishul: Three Levels of Transferred HeatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 49:26

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In this Torah shiur on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson explains the Halachic ruling of Ain Bishul Achar Afiya/Tzliyah. There is no additional cooking after an item has been baked or roasted, and how it applies to relevant questionable situations. Ain Bishul Achar AfiyaDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 47:34

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the details for the Halacha that there cannot be cooking of a previously cooked item, and how the Halacha views baking after cooking. Ein Bishul Achar BishulDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 50:27

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the laws of cooking on Shabbat, focusing on the laws relating to liquid foods. Bishul of LiquidsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 55:39

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacon discusses the definition of Bishul (cooking) the status of partially cooking food on Shabbat. Introduction to Laws of BishulDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 51:16

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot SHabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson sums up the Melacha of Dosh and its contemporary applications, such as squeezing fruit and making ice. Practical Examples of DoshDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 57:14

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson teaches the Melacha of Dosh (literally Threshing), the prohibition of extracting a desired item from an undesired one . In this class, Rabbi Isaacson discusses juicing fruit on Shabbat, and whether one can squeeze a fruit on Shabbat if the liquid is not used. Melechet Dosh, Part 2DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 57:29

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson begins the Melacha of Dosh, Threshing. This melacha can be understood through a discussion of milking a cow on Shabbat. Beginning the Melacha of DoshDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-21 57:56

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In his final class of Hilchot Shabbat II, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the practical applications of the laws of Psik Reisha D'La Nicha Lei. Examples such as cutting letters on a cake, turning refrigerator lights on and off by opening and closing a refrigerator doors, and eating grapefruit are discussed in this shiur. Practical Applications of Psik Reisha D'la Nicha LeiDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 1:02:13

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In this class on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson teaches the important Halachic concept of Psik Reisha D' La Nicha Lei, an inevitable performance of a melacha that is not intended by the person doing the action. The class discusses the Machlokes between Tosfot and the Aruch about whether or not such actions are permissible on Shabbat. Overview of Psik Reisha D'la Nicha LeiDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 51:22

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues his series on Hilchot Shabbat, discussing the Laws pertaining to the unintentional vioaltion of Shabbos. Violating Shabbos without Intent Part IIDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 56:08

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Continuing his discussion of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson concludes his explanation of the laws of Tochain, grinding, and begins an exploration of the laws of Dosh, threshing. He then discusses the laws pertaining to unintentional violation of Shabbos, and its applications. Violating Shabbos Without Intent Part IDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 56:57

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues his explanation of the laws of Tochein, grinding of food, on Shabbat. Hilchot Tochain, Part 2DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 54:12

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson finishes his discussion of the laws of Borer on Shabbat, and begins to introduce the melacha of Tochein, grinding. Conclusion of Borer, Beginning of TochainDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 53:28

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Rabbi Isaacson continues to delve into different aspects of the melacha of Borer, defines what a Halacha calls a 'kli' and what Halacha calls a 'yad', and discusses common Borer questions. Common Borer QuestionsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 55:45

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In this Hilchot Shabbat class, Rabbi Isaacson discusses the heter of separating food while one is eating, such as separating watermelon pits or fish bones.Borer While EatingDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 52:57

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In this class on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues his discussion of the laws of Borer on Shabbat, this week discussing the use of water filters on Shabbot, squeezing liquid out of cans, and peeling vegetables. Use of FiltersDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 53:57

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In this class on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson analyzes the qualifications of a mixture, and examines the halacha when one has two different species of food items. Borer, Part 3DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 54:10

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In this class on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson defines the basic parameters of sorting, and defines what constitutes a mixture. Borer, Part 2DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 53:29

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the melachot of winnowing and selecting.Borer, Part 1DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 53:02

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In his class on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson explains what "Al M'nat" melachot are. Melachot With A PurposeDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 55:15

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson examines the practical aspects of the melacha of Gozez, including combing hair on Shabbat.Practical Halachot of GozezDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 54:54

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson explains the laws of a woman who forgot to cut her nails before going to the mikvah on Friday night.Mikvah on ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 52:38

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues the explanation of "melacha sh'eino tzricha legufah", and how it applies to the melacha of "Gozez" and the prohibition of cutting fingernails on Shabbat. GozezDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 53:53

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues with an analysis of whether a Toldah is an expansion of the Av or a new creation.The Nature of Toldot, Part 2DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 56:28

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson focuses on the nature of Toldot Melacha.The Nature of Toldot MelachaDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 54:03

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues the introduction to Avos and Toldot, and introduces the critical concept of 'melechet machshevet.' Introduction to Toldot MelachaDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 52:37

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson explores whether the Avot Melachot are learned out only from the building of the Mishkan, or also from Avodat HaKorbanot. Introduction to Avot MelachotDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2018-01-15 59:08

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses the Isuue Of Copyright in HalachaCopyrightDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2017-08-20 44:27

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen the topic Of Copyrighting And Midat SdomCopyright And Midat SdomDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2017-08-14 43:45

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Dayan Shlomo Cohen continues to discuss the meaning of Shmittah.The Monetary AspectDescriptionJewish law, ShmittahDayan Shlomo Cohen2014-10-30 36:23

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Dayan Shlomo Cohen continues to discuss the meaning of Shmittah.An Introduction To The Basic Halachot Of ShmittahDescriptionJewish law, ShmittahDayan Shlomo Cohen2014-10-28 37:13

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Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses the meaning of Shmittah.The ReasonDescriptionJewish law, ShmittahDayan Shlomo Cohen2014-10-26 21:25

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In this Torah class (shiur) on business ethics, Dayan Shlomo Cohen talks about what to do when counterfeit money is used in a transaction.Faulty Sales- Counterfeit MoneyDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-12-30 46:20

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses selling to a neighbor Selling to A NeighborDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-12-20 37:52

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In this Torah class (shiur) on the halachot of business, Dayan Shlomo Cohen begins a discussion of mekach ta'ut, a sale which is not binding because the buyer or seller was unaware of certain facts.Faulty Sales - Mekach Ta'utDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-12-19 43:55

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen continues to discuss selling to a neighborSelling to A Neighbor 2DescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-05-05 44:10

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In this Torah class (shiur) on the laws of business, Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses the area of acceptable profit margins.Profit MarginsDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-05-04 34:24

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses corporations in Jewish law Corporation in Jewish LawDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-05-03 45:43

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In this Torah shiur (Class) on proper business practice, Dayan Shlomo Cohen continues his discussion of ona'a - overcharging or undercharging for goods or services.Overcharging - Ona'a, part 2DescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-05-02 45:35

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses Interest and Heter IskaInterest and Heter IskaDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-04-26 47:20

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Overcharging - Ona'aJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-04-25 42:42

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses the laws of Ribbis RibbisDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-02-01 45:19

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Taking the Law Into Your Own HandsJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-30 42:07

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses when it is ok to go to secular courts.Secular CourtsDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-29 37:22

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo cohen begins the topic focusing on the laws of Inheritance InheritanceDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-28 43:21

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen discuses the topic of the FirstbornThe FirstbornDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-27 39:13

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses Drawing up a WillDrawing Up A WillDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-26 40:22

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In This class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses the halacha of respecting the deceased wishes Respecting The Wishes Of The DeceasedDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-25 32:33

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the halachot of business dealings, Dayan Shlomo Cohen reviews the status of property not yet in existence, trade names and copyrights in Jewish Law. CopyrightsDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-24 44:58

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen starts a new topic on theft Theft Part 1DescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-21 49:07

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In this Torah class (shiur) on the halachot of proper business practice, Dayan Shlomo Cohen talks about how to deal with ambiguities within a given transaction.Ambiguous TransactionsDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary Halacha, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-20 35:42

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In this Torah shiur (class) on proper conduct in business, Dayan Shlomo Cohen describes the halachic status of transactions which took place under pressure.Forced TransactionsDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-19 42:10

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the halachot of proper business dealings, Dayan Shlomo Cohen reviews the validity of business transactions conducted by people who are not considered fully competent intellectually, such as minors and drunks.Acquisitions by Minors and DrunksDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-18 44:58

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses the types of Theft. Types Of TheftDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-17 53:00

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In this Torah class (shiur) on proper business conduct, Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses the validity of transactions done on Shabbat or ones which involve interest.Prohibited TransactionsDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2012-01-16 42:50

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In this Torah class (shiur) on business halacha, Dayan Shlomo Cohen explains the halachot of purchases, and the status of a purchase made in order to preempt another transaction. A Pre-Emptive PurchaseDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2011-11-16 41:03

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the proper financial conduct, Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses the halachic concept of Asmachta and the Torah view on gambling.GamblingDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2011-11-03 52:18

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In this Torah class (shiur) on proper business practices, Rabbi Shlomo Cohen teaches the laws relating to conditional acquisitions of goods or property. Dayan Cohen shows how these laws are relevant to every person through many real-life examples and stories. Conditional AcquisitionsDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2011-08-15 52:44

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the halachot of business, Dayan Shlomo Cohen talks about the laws governing buying goods on behalf of someone else and goods on approval. Rabbi Cohen brings the halachot to life with practical, true-to-life examples and fascinating applications of these laws.Buying on Behalf of OthersDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2011-08-14 48:45

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In this Torah class (shiur) on the laws of Choshen Mishpat, Dayan Shlomo Cohen explains the laws relating to acquiring tangible property, through the use of stories and examples. The Acquisition of Tangible PropertyDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2011-07-21 50:27

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the halacha of business dealings, Dayan Shlomo Cohen begins the topic of kinyanim, acquisitions, beginning with the acquisition of real estate. Sale of Real EstateDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2011-05-16 56:27

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Jewish monetary law, Dayan Shlomo Cohen explains the laws specific to cash payments. A practical, entertaining, and informative guide to this area of business practice, based on the book Pure Money. Cash PaymentsDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2011-05-08 52:50

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In this shiur (Torah class) on business halacha, Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses the laws of verbal agreements. This fascinating topic is also extensively discussed in Chapter 4 of Pure Money by Rabbi Cohen.Verbal AgreementsDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2011-05-01 56:04

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Sefer Ahavat Chessed, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg talks about revenge and bearing a grudge when it comes to lending money, and the guidelines for prioritizing who receives a loan. Priorities in LendingDescriptionJewish lawRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-03-27 48:43

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Dayan Shlomo Cohen, author of the highly acclaimed series on Jewish Monetary Law, Pure Money, begins a fascinating journey through the foundations and practical applications of ethical financial behavior. Living with IntegrityDescriptionJewish law, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2011-03-23 56:58

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In this final Torah class on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg reviews the laws of permitted venting, even if it includes derogatory or negative speech, and concludes with a description of the life-altering impact of keeping the laws of Shemirat Halashon. Shemirat Halashon, A Way of LifeDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-08-23 50:12

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In This Torah class on the laws of permitted speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg clarifies the difference between permitted negative speech in order to protect someone from immediate danger as opposed to a general warning.Lashon Hara as a WarningDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-08-16 47:12

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech as codified by the Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg emphasizes the importance of tochacha, respectful rebuke, before one is permitted to report another's wrongdoing. Rebuke Before ReportDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-08-11 49:36

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In this Torah class (shiur) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg lists and explains the necessary conditions for relating lashon hara.The Seven Conditions of Lashon Hara L'ToeletDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-08-03 57:57

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches klal 9, which talks about avoiding the company of lashon hara speakers.Avoiding Lashon Hara SpeakersDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-07-28 47:54

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In this Torah class (shiur) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg relates the laws of indirect lashon hara, as described by the Chofetz Chaim. Rabbi Ginsburg raises various scenarios that are susceptible to the 'dust of lashon hara', and discusses how to avoid this pitfall. Avak Lashon HaraDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-07-12 54:20

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg reviews klal 8, and discusses the laws of lashon hara between spouses, how to train one's family to avoid lashon hara, and the importance of giving mussar softly.Lashon Hara in the FamilyDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-07-06 46:51

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches klal chet in Sefer Chofetz Chaim, which discusses lashon hara spoken about Rabbonim, and in contrast lashon hara about baalei machloket (people involved in disputes).Lashon Hara at the Shabbos TableDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-06-29 51:06

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In this Torah shiur (class) on shemirat halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches the end of klal zayin and the beginning of klal chet in Sefer Chafetz Chaim. The class speaks about the laws of lashon hara as they relate to family members. Lashon Hara about Family MembersDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-06-02 46:40

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches Sefer Chofetz Chaim klal 7, paragraphs 3-6, which contain proof that one may not repeat rumors or other lashon hara, even if two or more people say it. He also discusses whether one may talk negatively or believe negative reports about reshaim. Believing Lashon Hara: Rumors and NewspapersDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-05-22 48:32

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of Shemiras Halashon (proper speech), Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches the end of klal 6 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, which speaks about doing teshuva for accepting lashon hara. Rabbi Ginsburg continues with klal 7, discussing unique cases where one may not accept lashon hara.Teshuva for Accepting Lashon HaraDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-04-18 42:17

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of Shemiras Halashon (proper speech), Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches klal 6 paragraphs 7-10 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, which go into the details of whether it is permitted to believe negative speech. One may be cautious concerning certain negative reports, although one may not fully believe them.Permitted SuspicionDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-04-08 43:56

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Shemirat Halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches the laws pertaining to lashon hara when one feels the need to speak lashon hara in order to calm oneself down from an upsetting encounter, etc.VentingDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-02-15 49:41

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg reviews what one should do if they unintentionally hear lashon hara, and how to avoid hearing lashon hara. Hearing Lashon HaraDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-02-08 45:44

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In this Torah shiur on the laws and perspectives pertaining to one's speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg begins klal 6 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, which talks about the prohibition to believe or hear any derogatory speech about others. Believing Lashon HaraDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-01-31 41:25

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws and mindsets relating to proper speech, Rabbi Ginsburg finishes the first half of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, completing a discussion of klal 5. Rabbi Ginsburg sums up the course with chizuk, encouragement, regarding developing a positive attitude towards other people, and trying to view others in a positive light. Ayin Tova: Being a Positive PersonDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-01-26 46:59

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson continues with detailing the halachot concerning the beginning of Shemoneh Esrai.Beginning the AmidahDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2010-01-19 44:47

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches the beginning of Klal 5 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim. The Chofetz Chaim discusses talking about someone's character traits and weaknesses, such as wisdom, strength, and wealth. Specifically, Rabbi Ginsburg focuses on the trap of criticizing Rabbonim as not intelligent or diplomatic enough, and talks about how we must be careful to only speak positively about our leaders. Bein Adam L'ChaveroDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-30 51:32

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches Sefer Chofetz Chaim klal daled paragraph 12. In this shiur, Rabbi Ginsburg talks of the lengths one must go to to do teshuva for the sin of lashon hara.Repenting for Lashon HaraDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-29 46:40

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg discusses when one is allowed to warn children and students to stay away from the influence of someone with bad midot (character traits), in order to protect them from negative influences. Lashon Hara L'Toelet, Part 2: Protecting Students and ChildrenDescriptionJewish lawRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-28 51:54

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg begins a discussion of when one may speak lashon hara in order to warn others not to imitate bad behavior. If one sees another doing an aveira (transgressing a Torah law) on purpose multiple times, he may point it out to others in order to prevent them from copying this behavior. However, this may be done only if those hearing the lashon hara will not fully accept it, but rather view it as a cautionary warning. People who did not receive a Jewish education and therefore are unaware of Torah law may not be spoken about. Lashon Hara L'Toeles: Staying Away From Bad InfluencesDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-27 47:11

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches Sefer Chofetz Chaim klal daled, paragraphs 4-6. The Chofetz Chaim emphasizes that one is not allowed to tell others if he saw someone commit a transgression once, because the person may have done teshuva. Rather, he should approach the person and rebuke him himself. Rabbi Ginsburg discusses the proper way to give tochacha (rebuke), as constructive criticism, gently and respectfully. Correcting Others' WrongdoingsDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-26 49:13

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches Sefer Chofetz Chaim klal 4 paragraphs 1-3, which discuss speaking lashon hara about someone who transgresses Mitzvot bein Adam l'Makom, in matters between Man and G-d. Rabbi Ginsburg emphasizes the importance of noticing and focusing on positive behaviors when interacting with others. Being a Positive PersonDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-25 49:48

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg explains the punishment of tzara'at (Biblical leprosy), and its connection to the sin of lashon hara.Tzara'at and Lashon HaraDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-24 51:10

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In this shiur (Torah class) on proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg analyzes Purim plays, and whether mocking someone good-naturedly is permissible according to the laws of shemiras halashon.Purim ShpielsDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-23 51:12

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg begins klal 3 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, which defines the distinction between mitzvot lishma and mitzvot done for other reasons. Mitzvot LishmaDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-22 49:53

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Shemirat Halashin (the laws of proper speech), Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues his explanation of klal bet of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, and applies it to common situations such as discussing a class, criticizing Rabbonim, and other scenarios.Discussing a DrashaDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-21 53:32

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech as taught in Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches the second half of klal bet, which discusses lashon hara between colleagues, such as teachers talking about students at teachers meetings, etc. Lashon Hara Between ColleaguesDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-20 47:06

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Shemiras Halashon ( the laws of proper speech), Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches klal 2 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, specifically focusing on the Rambam's position regarding lashon hara (derogatory speech) spoken in public. Lashon Hara Said in the Presence of Three PeopleDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-19 51:18

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In this torah shiur (class) on Shemirat Halashon (the laws of proper speech), Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg finishes explaining klal 1 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, with a discussion of the various forms of lashon hara - spoken, written, etc., and an explanation of their details. The Forms of Lashon HaraDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-18 50:17

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg completes his discussion of klal aleph. This class covers issues of lashon hara in the workplace, hinting at lashon hara, how to give someone tochacha (rebuke) for lashon hara, and when to ask a shaila (halachic question) regarding the laws of lashon hara.Lashon Hara in the WorkplaceDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-17 49:16

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg begins teaching the body of the sefer, beginning with klal aleph. This class defines lashon hara and rechilus, and discusses which is worse. Rabbi Ginsburg also discusses a situation where a Rebbi or parent requests that someone tell them lashon hara, and how to respectfully avoid speaking improperly even under such circumstances. Words that BuildDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-16 51:25

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson discusses the prayers and preparation done before the Shemoneh Esrei, otherwise known as the Amida. The class, based on the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, includes the individual as well as the shaliach tzibur's preparations. Preparing for the AmidaDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2009-06-11 37:12

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim and the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg completes the introduction of the Chofetz Chaim to his work, and summarizes the main points to take out from this important chapter. Positivity: The Key to Proper SpeechDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-05-25 51:25

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of shmirat halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues a description of the mitzvot affected by lashon hara. This class focuses on mitzvot 12 and 13 in the introduction to Sefer Chafetz Chaim, which relate to Torah Study and its relationship with lashon hara. Lashon Hara's Affect on Torah StudyDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-05-20 48:35

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Chofetz Chaim and Shmirat Halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg speaks about the mitzvah to remember what happend to Miriam when she spoke lashon hara about her brother Moshe Rabbenu. He goes on to discuss the mitzvah to honor kohanim and to fear Hashem, both of which can be transgressed when one speaks lashon hara. The class includes a beautiful story about Rav Shach zatzal and Rav Yaakov Kaminetzky zatzal.Remembering MiriamDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-05-13 48:12

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim and Shmirat Halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg explains how respect for a shul (synagogue) and a talmid chacham (learned person) can help a person to avoid speaking lashon hara.Respecting HolinessDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-05-07 48:24

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes discusses the idea of not eating meat together with fish. Based on a vague Gemara, Rabbi Taubes delves into this topic , with practical as well as underlying understandings.Meat and FishDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-04-28 37:12

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg begins a discussion of the positive mitzvot that are related to Shmirat Halashon (guarding one's speech). The class discusses speaking lashon hara as a violation of the mitzva of V'ahavta L'rei'acha Kamocha, loving your fellow Jew. It also mentions that judging others favorably helps one to avoid speaking and believing lashon hara.Loving Your Fellow JewDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-04-26 49:46

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim and Shmiras Halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues his explanation of the list of transgressions included in the sin of lashon hara. This class discusses the severity of publicly embarrassing someone, hurting a widow or orphan, and the dangers of falsely flattery. The Dangers of FlatteryDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-04-21 48:04

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes discusses the underlying halachik reasons for the prohibition of damaging someone's property.Property DamagesDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-04-21 49:47

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes analyzes the halachic essence of kiddush on Shabbat, both during the night and day.Shabbat KiddushDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-04-20 53:22

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim and SHmirat Halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg talks about the imortance of making the right friends in order to maintain proper speaking habits. When one has friends who are a good influence on him, the struggle against speaking lashon hara is greatly diminished. Make Good FriendsDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-04-19 47:51

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson learns the details of reciting the Shema prayer. Reciting the Shema PrayerDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2009-04-13 45:59

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In honor of the upcoming holiday of Shavuot, in this shiur (Torah class) Rabbi Michael Taubes explores the commandment of learning Torah. Rabbi Taubes explains the source of the mitzvah and discusses the practical applications.The Mitzvah of Talmud TorahDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-04-07 45:09

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes discusses the concept of adding time to the beginning and end of Shabbat. He also discusses this idea in terms of Yom Tov and explains the differences.Adding to ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-04-01 46:18

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim and Shmirat Halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches more of the Torah prohibitions listed in the introduction to Sefer Chofetz Chaim. One who speaks lashon hara is guilty of creating a chillul Hashem (desecration of G-d's Name). The sin of lashon hara is is intricately connected with the sins of taking revenge and bearing a grudge, as well as the sin of hating a fellow Jew. The Chillul Hashem of Lashon HaraDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-03-26 49:39

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim and the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches three of the many transgressions one commits when speaking lashon hara. Specifically, he focuses on the danger of causing others to sin, known as 'lifnei iver', and the pleasure derived from speaking lashon hara.Causing SinDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-03-23 31:14

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes explains the halachik nature of writing on Shabbat.Writing on ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-03-20 49:08

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson learns the halachot regarding reciting and interrupting the Shema prayer.The Halachot of ShemaDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2009-03-12 38:50

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes discusses the practice of beginning to learn the halachot of Pesach thirty days before the holiday. Rabbi Taubes discusses whether it is an halachik obligation or a recommended measure, and goes through the various sources involving this concept.Thirty Days before PesachDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-03-12 45:10

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson learns the halachot of when one is allowed to respond to the chazzan, while davening.Responding During DaveningDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2009-03-04 39:26

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim on Shmirat Halashon (the laws of proper speech), Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg introduces the Chofetz Chaim's list of aveirot (transgressions) which are incurred when one is involved in lashon hara.Lashon Hara: 'Mother' of AveirotDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-02-24 45:25

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson teaches the halachot pertaining to the role of a chazzan, one who leads a congregation in prayer. taken from the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, these halachot explain the purpose of having a chazzan.The Role of a ChazzanDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2009-02-17 37:44

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues teaching the introduction to the Sefer. In this class, Rabbi Ginsburg describes the potential to sin thousands of times in these areas, because of ignorance of the laws regarding proper speech. Ignorance Causes Improper SpeechDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-02-16 49:03

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson continues learning the topic of a minyan, from the Sefer Kitzur Shulchan Aruch. The class discusses the halachot of who exactly can be counted for a minyan, and which prayers need a minyan to be recited.Davening with a MinyanDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2009-02-12 37:56

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes presents the halachik obligation of listening to the Torah reading on Shabbat.The Halachic Obligation of Krias HaTorahDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-02-12 49:45

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes discusses the fast of the firstborns on Erev Pesach. Rabbi Taubes analyzes the halachik and hashkafic underpinnings, deepening the understanding of the fast's nature.The Fast of the FirstbornsDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-02-11 38:58

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes discusses the various names of G-d and when it is appropriate to recite each one.The Names of G-dDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-02-10 49:43

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson discusses the requirements for a minyan while reciting kaddish and kedusha.Minyan for Kaddish and KedushaDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2009-02-10 39:12

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Sefer Chafetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg explains the Chafetz Chaim's proof that lashin hara was the root cause of the destruction of both the first and the second Beit Hamikdash. Lashon Hara: The Root of DestructionDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-02-10 51:12

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson reviews the halachot from the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch regarding which tefillot (prayers) can be skipped when one comes to shul late and needs to catch up with the congregation.Catching Up with the TziburDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2009-02-08 46:30

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chafetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg reveals Rav Yisrael Salanter's axiom for preventing sin, and relates it to the study of Sefer Chafetz Chaim. Axiom for Avoiding AveirotDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-02-02 51:16

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson discusses the short prayer of Mizmor L'Todah. Mizmor L'Todah is a prayer of thanks to G-d, which is recited daily. Rabbi Jacobson discusses the various times one is obligated to formally thank G-d for personal salvation.Mizmor L'TodahDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2009-02-01 47:27

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes discusses the fascinating halachik concept of reciting baruch shem kavod malchuso l'olam vaed. This phrase is generally recited after on says Shema as well as after one accidentally begins reciting an unnecessary bracha (blessing). This class focuses on the latter instance, providing an in depth understanding as well as the halachot concerning the phrase.Baruch Shem Kavod MalchutoDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-01-29 49:43

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabi Beinish Ginsburg continues his introduction to the study of the Laws of Lashon Hara. Framing things positively will affect a person's life experiences, and literally change his life. Your Words Create YouDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-01-25 48:38

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes discusses the topic of using a non-Jewish name. This fascinating shiur provides a halchik understanding of common practice.Jewish NamesDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-01-25 48:05

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes explores the fascinating halachik concept of areivut, responsibility towards others, in regards to mitzvot.Responsibility Towards OthersDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-01-22 57:11

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson continues learning the halachot (laws) from the Sefer Kitzur Shulchan Aruch. In this class he discusses the halachot of davening pesukei d'zimra.Pesukei D'ZimraDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2009-01-22 43:37

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg introduces the topic of proper speech, and its importance for building oneself as a true eved Hashem (servant of Hashem). The Power of WordsDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-01-19 48:52

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson goes through the halachot (laws)in the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch concerning the proper use of a shul (synagogue).Proper Use of a SynagogueDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2009-01-14 36:13

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In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Michael Taubes discusses the halachot (laws)of how far one must go in order not to embarrass another person.Embarrasing OthersDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2009-01-12 45:15

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In this shuir (Torah class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson learns the halachot (laws) concerning proper behavior in a shul (synagogue).Respect for a SynagogueDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2009-01-07 43:15

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In this shiur (class), Rabbi Michael Taubes explains the various halachot of the three meals we eat on Shabbat. This class provides the background as well as current halachik scenarios concerning the Shabbat meals.The Three Meals of ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2008-12-03 52:39

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In this shiur (class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson presents the halachot (laws) regarding actions before and during the daily prayers. Based on the Kitzur Shulcha Aruch, this class provides a clear framework for our approach to praying before G-d.Proper PrayerDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-11-27 58:50

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In this shiur (class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson discusses the prohibition of eating before davening. This class includes the pertinent Halachot concerning Shabbat and women.Eating Before DaveningDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-11-20 39:26

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In this shiur (class), Rabbi Michael Taubes discusses the various halachot of an Onan, one whose close relative has passed away and is still not buried. Rabbi Taubes provides a clear and comprehensive overview of the halachot, complete with modern day cases.The Halachot of an OnanDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2008-11-20 46:09

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In this shiur (class), Rabbi Michael Taubes discusses the often misunderstood mitzvah of Tochacha- rebuke. Rabbi Taubes defines the mitzvah and then explains various Gemaras which explain the parameters of the mitzvah.The Mitzvah of TochachaDescriptionJewish law, Contemporary HalachaRabbi Michael Taubes2008-11-14 46:15

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In this shiur (class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson continues with the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch's halachot of saying Birchot HaShachar, the blssings meant specifically for the morning.Blessings of the MorningDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-11-07 41:12

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In this shiur (class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson learns the Halachot (laws) pertaining to Birchat HaTorah (blessings of the Torah). while mainly learning from the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, Rabbi Jacobson provides additional sources and explanations of this area.Birchat HaTorahDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-09-21 45:42

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In this shiur (class), Rabbi Ari Jacobson discusses the halachot (Jewish laws) of answering Amen upon hearing a bracha (blessing). Based on the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, this class provides a comprehensive yet basic understanding of the laws regarding brachot and answering Amen.Reciting AmenDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-09-04 46:41

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Rabbi Jacobson discusses the halacha of completing one hundred brachot a day. Additionally, he explains the halacha of safek brachot l'hakel, what one should do when in doubt of making a bracha.One Hundred BrachotDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-09-03 43:40

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Rabbi Jacobson continues discussing proper treatment of Hashem's Names, both spoken and written. Particular emphasis is placed on brachot l'vatala and pages with Hashem's name on it. Interesting facts include the writing of Hashem's name in a foreign language, using Hashem's name in a letter or other correspondence, correct means of disposing of papers with a form of Hashem's name on them, how to handle published Sifrei Kodesh (holy books), and the difference between a bracha l'vatala (a brocha in vain) and a bracha she'eina tzricha (an unnecessary bracha).The Treatment of G-d's NamesDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-08-13 58:09

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Rabbi Jacobson discusses the prohibition of using G-d's name in vain in various different venues.Respecting G-dDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-08-12 43:48

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Rabbi Jacobson goes through the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch regarding the preparation and environment for davening.Preparing Oneself for G-dDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-08-03 50:37

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Rabbi Jacobson discusses the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch's statement of the necessity of a man wearing a head covering at all times. Reviewing the issue from the times of the Gemara until the present day, Rabbi Jacobson provides a complete overview of the "yarmulka".Covering One's HeadDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-07-29 30:29

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Regarding dressing in the morning, the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch states the prohibition of dressing in the ways of the Gentiles. Rabbi Jacobson expands on this concept with numerous examples to provide a complete picture of the prohibition of "bechukoseihem lo teilechu". Included in this class is a discussion on Thanksgiving dinners and the special laws applying to left-handed people.In the Ways of GentilesDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-07-11 45:03

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Rabbi Jacobson discusses netilat yedaim, washing hands upon awakening in the morning. Washing Hands upon AwakeningDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-06-03 45:09

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Practical JudaismJewish law, Basic laws and customsRabbi Ari Jacobson2008-06-02 45:15

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In this class (shiur) answers questions that he is asked in Dayanut.Ask The Dayan 5DescriptionJewish law, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2007-05-06 42:29

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen answers questions in Dayanut that he was asked.Ask The Dayan 4DescriptionJewish law, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2007-04-29 43:30

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen answers questions on Jewish Monetary Law.Ask the Dayan 3DescriptionJewish law, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2007-04-23 32:26

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In this class (shiur) Dayan Shlomo Cohen continues to answer questions on monetary halacha. Available online in streaming and for download in mp3 and mp4 (Ipod video) formats. Send in your question on financial responsibility to dayan.cohen@gmail.com or contact@naaleh.com.Ask The Dayan 2DescriptionJewish law, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2007-03-18 46:00

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This class (shiur) begins a new series, where Dayan Shlomo Cohen will answer various pertinent questions regarding monetary law. Ask the Dayan 1: Cancelled AgreementsDescriptionJewish law, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2007-03-11 43:02

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson launches his practical Hilchot Shabbat course with a special live presentation at Beis Tefilla Yona Avraham shul of Ramat Beit Shemesh. In the class, Rav Isaacson and Dr. Edo Lavi discuss the applications of the melacha of Boneh, building on Shabbat. Illegal Construction: The Laws of BonehDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-11 58:48

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson, assisted by Dr. Edo Lavi and accompanied by a live audience, continues his exploration of the laws of Muktza. Applications of the Laws of Muktza, Part 2DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-10 35:40

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the prohibition of tearing on Shabbat. Korei'a - RippingDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-10 54:29

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson begins the laws of Muktza. This class introduces the background to the prohibition, and uses real objects to demonstrate its application. Practical Applications of the Laws of MuktzaDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-09 24:59

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson provides an overview of the halachot of putting up a temporary dwelling, an ohel arai. A Temporary DwellingDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-09 54:29

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In this interactive Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat Rabbi Simon Isaacson and Dr. Edo Lavi demonstrate the principles and practical applications of the Melacha of Borer, separating. The class uses real objects and examples from typical home life in illustrating the halachot (laws). Borer, Part 6DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-08 42:56

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the melacha of Boneh, building, both conceptually and practically. Boneh: Prohibited ConstructionDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-08 50:08

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In this interactive Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Simon Isaacson and Dr. Edo Lavi demonstrate the principles and practical applications of the Melacha of Borer, separating. The class uses real objects and examples from typical home life in illustrating the halachot (laws). Borer, Part 5DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-07 18:46

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In this Torah class (shiur) on the halachos of Shabbos, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson explains the laws pertaining to making loud noises on Shabbat, such as alarm clocks, clapping and dancing on Shabbos, etc.Hashma'at Kol: Noise on ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-07 42:48

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In this Torah shiur (class) on practical aspects of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues to explore the laws of muktza, using real objects and hands on situations to illustrate its applications. Practical Muktza, Part 3DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-06 22:29

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson explains some of the practical examples of finishing items, such as clothing, dishes, and hair.Applications of Makeh B'PatishDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-06 46:50

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In this interactive Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Simon Isaacson and Dr. Edo Lavi demonstrate the principles and practical applications of the Melacha of Borer, separating. The class uses real objects and examples from typical home life, such as peeling fruits and vegetables, in illustrating the halachot (laws).Borer, Part 4DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-05 18:43

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In this Torah class (shiur) on the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the last of the 39 melachot (forbidden acts) of Shabbat, Makeh b'patish. Rabbi Isaacson defines the melacha and explains how it is different from other melachot. Introduction to Makeh B'PatishDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-05 54:11

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In this interactive Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Simon Isaacson and Dr. Edo Lavi demonstrate the principles and practical applications of the Melacha of Borer, separating. The class uses real objects and examples from typical home life in illustrating the halachot (laws). Borer, Part 3DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-04 20:16

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson begins a new topic, the Melacha of Makeh B'Patish, completing something unfinished on Shabbat. Makeh B'Patish: Completing a Creative ActDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-04 48:21

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson explains the halachot of eating before Havdala, the fire, the besamim, and the Melave Malka. Final Halachot of HavdalaDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-02 55:49

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In this interactive Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Simon Isaacson and Dr. Edo Lavi demonstrate the principles and practical applications of the Melacha of Borer, separating. The class uses real objects and examples from typical home life, such as assorted cookies, flatware, and socks, in illustrating the halachot (laws). Borer, Part 2DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-02 20:38

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In this shiur, (Torah class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson completes his discussion of the halachos concerning a non-Jew's performance of malacha (forbidden activity) on Shabbat on behalf of a Jew. Practical Applications of Amira l'akumDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-02 51:18

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the nature of the three day obligation of Havdala, and the laws of Havdala as applied to an 'onen'. Obligation for SeparationDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-01 53:59

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In this interactive Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Simon Isaacson and Dr. Edo Lavi demonstrate the principles and practical applications of the Melacha of Borer, separating. The class uses real objects and examples from typical home life, such as stacks of books and bowls of fruit, in illustrating the halachot (laws).Borer, Part 1DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-01 20:02

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson explains the laws governing asking a non-Jew to perfom melacha (a task forbidden on Shabbat) on behalf of a Jew, in the case of illness which is not life- threatening.A Non-Jew's Shabbat Labor in the Case of IllnessDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-09-01 48:17

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo Cohen discussing Bribe and Extortion in HalachaBribe And ExtortionDescriptionJewish law, Halacha Q&A, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2006-09-01 40:26

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson examines the latest time to make Havdala and the implications for an 'onen'.Times for HavdalaDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-31 59:57

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses more practical examples of the Melachot (prohibited activities) of Dosh (threshing), and Sechita (extracting). This class utilizes actual items such as sponges and baby wipes. Dosh/Sechita Demonstrations, Part 3DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-31 20:21

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses Amira l'akum, requesting that a non-Jew perform an act which is prohibited to Jews on Shabbat, in the case when the activity is necessary for the performance of a Mitzva.Non-Jewish Labor for a MitzvaDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-31 52:42

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo Cohen continues discussing the subject of Wealth in the TorahWealth 4DescriptionJewish law, Halacha Q&A, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-31 16:40

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo cohen continues discussing the concept of wealth in the TorahWealth Part 2DescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customs, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-30 44:56

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson analyzes whether Havdalah is a Torah mitzva of a Rabbinic mitzva, and the nature of a woman's obligation in Havdalah. HavdalahDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-30 55:45

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson relates more examples of the Melacha (prohibited activity) of Dosh (threshing), and the toldah of sechita (extracting). This class utilizes actual items, and discusses permitted and prohibited methods of using them. Dosh/Sechita Demonstrations, Part 2DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-30 24:54

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses hinting to a non-Jew to perform a melacha on behalf of a Jew. This class also focuses on Amira l'akum in the case of a mitzva. Hinting to a GentileDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-30 52:48

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In this Torah cladd Dayan Shlomo Cohen starts discussing the way we interpret wealth in the Torah WealthDescriptionJewish law, Halacha Q&A, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-29 38:32

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson explains how Seudah Shlishit differs from the other two meals with regards to the content of the meal, and to someone who forgot the Shabbat insert in benching.Seudah ShlishitDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-29 55:56

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the Melacha (prohibited activity) of Dosh (threshing) and the toldah of Sechita (extracting), and demonstrates practical ramifications of this prohibition. This class, set in a kitchen, utilizes actual items that one may want to use on Shabbat. This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats. Dosh/Sechita DemonstrationsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-29 17:37

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues his discussion of the laws of Gentile work on behalf of a Jew on Shabbat. Amira L'Akum, Part 3DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-29 47:28

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo Cohen continues discussing the topic of wealth in the TorahWealth Part 3DescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customs, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-28 37:53

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In his teaching of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson analyzes the two sources for the obligation to have three meals on Shabbat. Obligation for Three MealsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-28 54:40

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses more practical examples of the Melachot (prohibited activities) of Kotev (writing), and Mochek (erasing). This class utilizes actual items such as puzzle pieces and food with writing on it. Kotev and Mochek Demonstrations, Part 3DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-28 26:15

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In this Torah shiur on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson reviews the laws pertaining to work done by a non-Jew on behalf of a Jew on Shabbat, and the prohibition for a Jew to benefit from this work. Benefitting From a Non-Jew's Work on ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-28 47:41

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo Cohen continues to discuss the topic of Suicide in HalachaSuicide Part 2DescriptionJewish lawDayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-27 26:25

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson concludes the discussion of the mitzva of Lechem Mishna, and moves on to the mitzva of having three meals on Shabbat.Seudat ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-27 54:05

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson relates more examples of the Melachot (prohibited activities) of Kotev (writing), and Mochek (erasing). This class utilizes actual items, and discusses permitted and prohibited methods of doing so. Kotev and Mochek Demonstrations, Part 2DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-27 16:35

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Isaacson introduces the complex laws of amira l'akum, asking a non-Jew to perform a melacha, an activity forbidden to Jews, on behalf of a Jew on Shabbat. A Non-Jew's Help on Shabbat: Amira L'akumDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-27 38:49

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the obligation to cover the Challah during the recitation of Kiddush, whether Lechem Mishna is a Torah or Rabbinic obligation, and whether Lechem Mishna involves taking two loaves or cutting two loaves. Intro to Lechem MishnaDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-26 53:36

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the Melachot (prohibited activities) of Kotev (writing) and Mochek (erasing), and demonstrates practical ramifications of this prohibition. This class utilizes actual items that one may want to use on Shabbat. Kotev and Mochek DemonstrationsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-26 16:08

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson completes the topic of Muktza items, with a survey of the methods one may use to move a Muktza item, under specific conditions. This class primarily focuses on various ways one can utilize 'tiltul min hatzad', indirectly moving an object. Muktza, Part 10: Moving Muktza ItemsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-26 45:58

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In this Torah class Dayan shlomo Cohen discusses the aspects of Suicide in HalachaSuicide Part 1DescriptionJewish law, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-26 43:29

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo Chen continues discussing the subject of ShechitahShechitah Part 3DescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customs, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-25 34:37

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In this shiur on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the laws of Kiddush B'Makom Seudah, and whether one can fulfill the obligation of Kiddush with whiskey. Community KiddushDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-25 55:59

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses more practical examples of the Melacha (prohibited activity) of Korei'a (tearing), the flip-side of the Melacha of Tofer (sewing). This class utilizes actual items that one may want to tear on Shabbat for a constructive purpose, and discusses permitted and prohibited methods of doing so.Sewing Science: Tofer/Korei'a Demonstrations part 3DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-25 17:43

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson presents an overview of the halachot regarding items that are usually discarded, such as garbage, bones, egg shells, etc. Muktza, Part 9: Unwanted ItemsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-25 51:54

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the various halachot that pertain to a cup upon which a bracha is made: the procedure for drinking the wine, and how much must be consumed. The Laws of KiddushDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-24 54:03

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson relates more examples of the Melacha (prohibited activity) of Tofer (sewing). This class utilizes actual items that one may want to attach to each other on Shabbat, and discusses permitted and prohibited methods of doing so.Sewing Situations: Tofer Demonstrations, Part 2DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-24 17:18

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues his overview of the laws of Muktza. Rabbi Isaacson introduces the concept of 'basis l'davar ha'assur,' a base on which one puts an object that it muktza machmat gufo. Muktza, Part 8: BasisDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-24 48:09

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses the Halachic Issue of a Stumbling - Block in the TorahStumbling BlockDescriptionJewish law, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-24 42:30

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo Chen continues discussing the subject of ShechitahShechitah Part 2DescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customs, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-23 47:49

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues his analysis of the mitzvah of Kiddush and moves into an explanation of the various customs associated with it. Halacha Lema'aseh and Minhagim of KiddushDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-23 53:26

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the Melacha (prohibited activity) of Tofer (sewing), and demonstrates practical ramifications of this prohibition. This class utilizes actual items that one may want to attach to each other on Shabbat, and discusses permitted and prohibited methods of doing so. The Prohibition of Tofer/ Sewing: Tofer DemonstrationsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-23 18:18

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues his overview of the laws of Muktza, objects which may not be moved on Shabbat. This session focuses on items classified as Muktza Machmas Gufo, an object whose innate function makes it muktza on Shabbat. Muktza, Part 7: Muktza Machmat Gufo, Part IIDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-23 49:18

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo Cohen starts discusses the history and background of ShechitahShechitah Part 1DescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customs, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-22 38:11

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson provides a discussion of the components of Kiddush that are D'oraita and the components that are D'rabanan.Introduction to the Mitzvah of KiddushDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-22 55:13

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues to demonstrate permitted and prohibited methods of tying on Shabbat. Upon completing this topic, Rabbi Isaacson begins a discussion and demonstration of the Melacha of Matir, untying. Koshair and Matir DemonstrationsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-22 14:13

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues his overview of the laws of Muktza, objects which may not be moved on Shabbat. This session focuses on items classified as Muktza Machmas Gufo, an object whose innate function makes it muktza on Shabbat. Muktza, Part 6: Muktza Machmat GufoDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-22 46:07

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo Cohen continues discussesing the cases of Aguna in HalachaAguna's Part 2DescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customs, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-19 40:46

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In this Hilchot Shabbat class, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the requirement to add time to Shabbat on Friday evening. Tosefet ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-19 53:02

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues to demonstrate permitted and prohibited methods of tying on Shabbat. This class utilizes actual items that one may want to tie on Shabbat (such as a man's tie, lace-up shoes, etc.), and shows exactly how one may tire them on Shabbat.More Koshair DemonstrationsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-19 16:42

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the laws pertaining to moving expensive or valuable objects on Shabbat, Muktza machmas chisaron kis. Laws of Muktza, Part 5DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-19 46:52

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo Cohen starts the discussion of Agonut in HalachaAgonut Part 1DescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customs, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-18 47:44

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues with his class in Hilchot Shabbat. This week he discusses the laws of hadlakat nerot.Hadlakat Nerot and Tosefet ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-18 1:01:25

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In this Torah shiur (class) on practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson demonstrates various situations relating to the prohibition of Koshair (Tying). This class utilized actual items that one may want to tie on Shabbat (such as a garbage bag, woman's headscarf, etc.), and shows exactly how one may tie them on Shabbat. Demonstrations of the Melacha of KoshairDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-18 16:19

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues to define the laws of Muktza, as they relate to a kli shemlachto l'heter (an object whose primary use in permitted on Shabbat) and muktza machmat chisaron kis (an object which is especially valuable). Muktza, Part 4DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-18 49:08

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In this shiur, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses the various halacha lemaaseh aspects of Shabbat candle lighting, including whether one can fulfill one's obligation with electric lights. In addition, Rabbi Isaacson analyzes the various opinions regarding whether candle lighting triggers the onset of Shabbat. Candle Lighting as Kabbalat ShabbatDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-17 57:14

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson describes the laws relating to an object whose primary use is prohibited on Shabbat (kli shemelachto l'issur), and an object whose primary function is permitted on Shabbat (kli shemelachto l'heter). Muktza, Part 3DescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-17 50:02

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In this short Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues to review the laws of tying knots on Shabbat. Fit to Be Tied: More Applications of the Melacha of KoshairDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-17 20:48

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses the Jewish Ethical questions regarding RansomRansomDescriptionJewish law, Halacha Q&A, Business HalachaDayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-17 41:45

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In this shiur, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues with the general laws of Honoring Shabbat, and then begins a discussion of the laws of Candle LightingKavod Shabbat and Candle LightingDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-14 59:26

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson continues his introduction to the laws of Muktza, focusing on the various categories of Muktza objects and beginning an in-depth discussion of the kli shem'lachto l'issur, an object whose primary use is prohibited on Shabbat.Categories of Muktza ObjectsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-14 51:17

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In this short Torah shiur (class) on the practical applications of Hilchot Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson discusses permitted and prohibited methods of tying knots of Shabbat. All Tied Up: Applications of the Melacha of KoshairDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-14 18:26

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In this Torah class Dayan Shlomo Cohen discusses Deceit in HalachaDeceitDescriptionJewish law, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-14 42:32

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Dayan Shlomo Cohen starts a new series of classes where he answers Ethical Questions.LyingDescriptionJewish law, Basic laws and customs, Halacha Q&ADayan Shlomo Cohen2006-08-13 45:38

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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson begins his Hilchot Shabbat class by introducing the mitzvah of Kavod Shabbat- honoring the Sabbath. Distinction between Shabbat and Yom TovDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-13 47:59

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In this Torah class on the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the Rabbinic prohibition of Muktza. Rabbi Isaacson explains why Chazal, our Sages, instituted this gezeira (Rabbinic decree), and what its parameters are. Introduction to Hilchot MuktzaDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-13 41:39

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In this short Torah shiur (class) on practical applications of the laws of Shabbat, Rabbi Shimon Isaacson introduces the Melacha (prohibited action) of Koshair, tying permanent knots on Shabbat. The Prohibition of Tying KnotsDescriptionJewish law, Hilchot ShabbatRabbi Shimon Isaacson2006-08-13 16:11

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Jewish law

In this series of classes on Jewish law, listeners can choose from a comprehensive selection of classes spanning a wide range of topics in halacha. Courses include Jewish Law and Ethics which discusses business ethics and Jewish monetary law including employer-employee relations, borrowed and rented property, business partnerships and client relationships, copyright issues, and overcharging..Classes on the laws of human interaction include Chofetz Chayim: Laws of Proper Speech and Ahavat Chesed which encourage self-awareness and self-improvement in the areas of mitzvot bein adam l’chavero (human relations). Students can also explore numerous classes on the laws of Shabbat ranging from beginners to advanced levels. Topics include the laws of honoring Shabbat and the laws of prohibited activity on Shabbat, cooking and reheating food on Shabbat, benefiting from a prohibited activity on Shabbat, and the melachot of dosh (grinding), memachek (erasing), shechita (wringing), libun (washing), and kotev (writing).
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