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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman

Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman studied in a number of Yeshivos in America and Israel and received Semicha from Yeshivas Ohr HaChaim. He has taught Gemara at the high school and post high school levels for the past 15 years, and has been a Maggid Shiur at Yeshivat Torat Shraga in Yerushalayim since 2005. His lively, clear presentation of Talmudic concepts, demonstrate the depth of the topics discussed.

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Chanuka, Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman delves into the deeper meaning behind the mitzvah to light the menorah.The Preciousness of ChanukaDescriptionChanukaRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2017-12-05 48:10

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Rabbi Moshe N Reichman continues learning daf 16A, and the discussion of osek b'mitzva patur min hamitzva (one who is occupied with fulfilling a mitzva is exempt from other mitzvot).Exemptions from Kriat ShmaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2011-01-13 44:34

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman explores the contrast between the requirement of kavana (proper intent) in Tefila and kavana in Kriat Shma, and its ramifications in terms of fulfilling one's obligations.Proper Intentions in Prayer and Kriat ShmaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2011-01-01 45:20

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Pronunciation of the ShmaGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-06-23 43:45

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman analyzes the positions of the Rambam and the Ran concerning a child who has reached the age of chinuch, and is obligated to perform mitzvot.Chinuch in MitzvotDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-06-22 48:31

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman analyzes the Tosafist's discussion regarding whether a katan, a minor, may read the megilla on behalf of an adult.Megilla Reading of a MinorDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-06-19 41:28

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the machlokes between Rabbi Yosi and Rabbi Yehuda regarding whether one may recite Shma silently.Reading Shma Silently, Part 2DescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-06-18 42:22

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the machlokes between Rabbi Yosi and Rabbi Yehuda regarding whether one may recite Shma silently.Reading Shma without Hearing the WordsDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-06-17 46:48

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the requirement to wash one's hands before saying Shemoneh Esrei.Daf 15A: Washing One's Hands Before DaveningDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-06-16 50:52

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman analyzed the machloket between Rashi and the Rambam about one who presents false testimony about himself, 'May'id Eidut Sheker B'Atzmo'.Brachot 14B: False Testimony About OneselfDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-06-03 53:28

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman teaches the discussion of whether one may put on tefillin in a part of the davening that may not be interrupted, such as between Shma and the Amida.Putting on Tefillin Between Kriat Shma and Shemoneh EsraiDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-05-27 49:04

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the definition of a mitzvat asei shehazman grama, a time-bound positive commandment.Mitzvat Asei Shehazman GramaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-05-13 39:03

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman teaches the Gemara's debate over reciting the third parsha of kriyat Shma, known as Parshat Tzitzit, after nightfall.Reciting Parshat Tzitzit at NightDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-05-12 45:15

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman begins Daf 14B, with a discussion of the bracha of go'al Yisrael, which precedes the Shemoneh Esrai.Daf 14B: The Bracha of Ga'al YisraelDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-04-30 43:46

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman explains the Gemara's discussion of the parameters of the prohibition to eat on a fast day.Tasting Food on a Fast DayDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-04-29 56:07

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman examines the Tosfot which discusses whether or not a bracha is recited for Hallel on Rosh Chodesh.Birchat Hallel on Rosh ChodeshDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-03-10 42:23

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman continues the gemara's discussion of whether or not it is permitted to interrupt the recitation of Hallel to greet someone.Greeting During HallelDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-03-09 49:41

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman reviews the Talmud's discussion of the obligation to recite Hallel on Rosh Chodesh.Hallel on Rosh ChodeshDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-02-24 51:14

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses whether one can interrupt his recitation of Hallel for various circumstances.Interrupting HallelDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-02-11 40:44

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman introduces the mitzva of Hallel as described by the Gemara.The Mitzva of Reciting HallelDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-02-10 53:15

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman presents an overview of the opinions of the Tosafos and the Rishonim regarding answering kedusha and Kaddish while one is reciting kriat shma.Answering Kaddish in the Middle of Kriat ShmaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-01-25 59:44

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman explains the Gemara's argumant over whether one can interrupt his Torah study in order to recite Kriat Shma.Interrupting Talmud Torah to Recite Kriat ShmaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-01-15 57:24

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman reviews the Gemara's discussion of a case where one falls asleep in the middle of reciting the Shma prayer.Daf 13B: Falling Asleep in the Middle of Krias ShmaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2010-01-14 46:52

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman explains the discussion in the Gemara that one should elongate and emphasize the last word of Kriat Shma, 'Echad'.Ma'arichin B'EchadDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-12-30 53:05

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the different views of at what point during Kriat Shema one must have kanava.Kavana During Kriat ShemaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-12-21 57:34

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the possibility of fulfilling the mitzva of Kriat Shma by reciting the Shma prayer in languages other than Hebrew.Kriat Shma in Other LanguagesDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-12-04 43:30

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman presents an overview of the Rambam's opinion abut whether a person must have intention to fulfill a mitzva in order to be yotzeh that mitzva.The Rambam's Shita on Mitzvot Tzrichot KavanaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-12-03 47:28

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman explicates the Talmud's discussion of 'Hakoreh BaTorah Im Kiven Libo', one who reads from the Torah and has intent to be yotzei the mitzva of Kriat Shma.The Power of IntentDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-11-17 47:28

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the parameters which allow one to interrupt the recitation of Kriat Shma.Interrupting the ShemaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-11-16 56:26

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman begins learning daf 13A, with a discussion of the halacha which states that one who is reading from a Sefer Torah fulfills his obligation to recite Kriat Shma daily if he reads the Kriat Shma from the Torah.Reciting Kriat Shema from a Sefer TorahDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-11-02 56:54

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the daily obligation to remember Yetziat Mitzrayim vs. the unique mitzva of Sipur Yetziat Mitzrayim on the Seder night.Remembering Yetziat MitzrayimDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-07-01 51:06

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman reviews the Gemara's discussion of the obligation to pray for someone in distress.Daf 12B: Prayer in a Time of DisasterDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-06-29 50:09

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses daf 12b in Maseches Brachos, reviews the machlokes (disagreement) in the Gemara regarding the proper way to conclude the bracha 'ata kadosh' during Aseret Yemei Teshuva.Daf 12b: The Nature of the Bracha Hamelech HakadoshDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-06-15 50:13

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Continuing daf 12A, Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman continues his discussion dealing with uncertainties in making proper brachot, and the ruling of safeik brachot l'hakel (leniencies in regards to doubts in the halachot of brachot).Safek Brachot L'hakelDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-06-01 44:04

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman reviews the sugya (unit) on Daf 12A, which discusses a situation in which a person is holding a cup of wine, misidentifies it as beer, and begins to make the wrong bracha, but then switches to the correct bracha before he finishes (Pasach b'dishichra v'siyem bid'chama).Proper Intentions When Making a BrachaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-05-26 48:54

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses daf 12A, the halacha of one who began a bracha with the wrong intent and then corrects himself.Correcting a BrachaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-05-14 35:09

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman analyzes the Gemara's discussion as to why the practice of reading the Aseret Hadibrot during Kriat Shma was abolished.The Aseret Hadibrot and Kriat ShmaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-05-11 46:37

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman analyzes the machloket rishonim (dispute between early commentaries) regarding Birchot Kriat Shma, the blessings preceding Kriat Shma, can be recited after the recitation of Kriat Shma.Birchot Kriat Shema: Birkat HaMitzvah?DescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-03-23 50:08

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman analyzes the discussion in the Gemara and the commentaries, regarding the mitzvah of dwelling in a sukkah. In this class, Rabbi Reichman differentiates between the chiyuv hamitzvah (the obligation to perform the mitzvah), and the kiyum hamitzvah (the fulfillment of the mitzvah).The Mitzvah of Sitting in a SukkahDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-03-16 51:40

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman teaches the Rambam's definition of Birchat haTorah.A Constant Awareness of TorahDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-02-20 49:54

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman analyzes daf 11B, the Shitas Yerusahalmi that states that one must learn immediately after reciting Birchat Hatorah.The Requirement to Learn Following Birchat HatorahDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-02-09 49:01

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the views of the various commentaries as to the nature of Birchat HaTorah.Birchat Hatorah: Bracha of Praise or Birchat Hamitzvah?DescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-01-26 52:02

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the Machloket (dispute) over whether Birchat haTorah is recited on Chumash only or also on Torah SheBaal Peh (Talmud, Mishna, and Midrash).The Obligation of Birchat HaTorahDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-01-20 52:08

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman explains why Ahava Rabba is recited specifically during the day, and discusses the prohibition against learning Torah without a brocha.The Brocha of Ahava RabbaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-01-12 53:41

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the prohibition to add or shorten brachot.Extending BrachotDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2009-01-05 57:23

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman expounds on Tosefot's interpretation of Beit Hillel's opinion that one may not recite kriat shema while laying down.Laying Down for Kriat ShemaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-12-15 1:00:29

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses how the exemption of "Osek B'mitzvah patur min hamitzvah" applies to a mourner wearing tefillin.Mitzva Exemptions, Part 4: A Mourner Wearing TefillinDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-12-08 59:21

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses how the exemption of "osek b'mitzvah patur min hamitzvah" applies to giving tzedaka.Mitzva Exemptions Part 3: TzedakaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-12-01 52:58

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman analyzes the Machloket Rishonim (halachic dispute between the Early Commentaries) of "Osek B'Mitzva Patur min Hamitzvah", and the halachic ramifications thereof.Mitzva Exemptions, Part 2DescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-11-24 51:46

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the machlokes (Talmudic dispute) between Rashba and Rav Hai Gaon and between Tosefot and the Ra regarding the nature of the Talmudic dictum- "Oseik B'Mitzvah Patur Min Hamitzvah", one who is currently involved in a Mitzva is exempt from fulfilling a different mitzvah that he encounters simultaneously.Mitzva ExemptionsDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-11-18 56:01

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Rabbi Moshe Nechemia Reichman discusses the Gemara on Daf 11A, regarding a Chosson (bridegroom)'s exemption from reciting Kriyat Shema.A Chosson's Exemption From Kriyat ShemaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-11-10 55:34

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Rejoicing Upon the Downfall of the WickedGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-08-01 54:28

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the causes for the Churban, as discussed in the Gemara, and how we can correct ourselves to bring the Geulah.The Causes of Churban HabayitDescriptionThe Three Weeks, Tisha B'avRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-07-09 57:07

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Gog Umagog and the Story of AvshalomGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-07-01 56:10

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Davening For A RashaGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-06-26 52:48

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman explores the discussion of the Rishonim on Gemara Brachos Daf Tes, regarding reciting Kriat Shema at Netz HaChama, sunrise.Kriat Shema K'vatikinDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-06-25 54:15

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Kriat Shema K'vatikinGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-06-25 54:15

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman explores the Gemara about the fulfillment of the promise to Avraham Avinu that the Jews would leave Egypt with great wealth.Speak To The PeopleDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-06-19 52:28

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman analyzes the difference of opinion between R' Elazar Ben Azaria and R' Akiva, regarding the mitzvah of eating the Korban Pesach.The Time Frame to Eat Korban PesachDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-06-18 53:44

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the Maharal's explanation of the Gemara's requirement to honor a Talmid Chacham who forgot his Torah knowledge.Honoring A Talmid ChachamDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-06-03 51:24

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the Braisa of Rabbi Simon bar Yochai's halacha regarding Sof Zman Krias Shma, the latest time someone can recite the Shma prayer at night.The End of Zman Kriat Shema at NightDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-06-02 52:08

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the fundamental nature of the mitzvah to eat on Erev Yom Kippur, and the halachic ramifications.Eating on Erev Yom KippurDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-05-29 52:45

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman explores the halacha that one must recite the weekly Torah portion 'shnayim mikrah v'echad targum', and the difference of opinion among Rishonim regarding the language this must be fulfilled in.Shnayim Mikrah V'Echad TargumDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-05-28 59:43

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman examines the nature of the mitzvah of reading the Torah. Is the mitzvah to hear, or to actually read from the Torah?The Nature of Torah ReadingDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-05-21 49:48

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman analyzes the Rishonim's viewpoints regarding learning during Torah reading.Learning During Torah ReadingDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-05-20 58:15

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman explores the prohibition to leave shul or to learn while the Torah is being read.Reading the TorahDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-05-14 49:21

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman analyzes the Gemara's statement that Hashem desires the gates of halacha more than shuls and synagogues.The Beit Midrash of HalachaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-05-13 55:30

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the Rambam's explanation of the statement in the Gemara that Hashem's presence exists only in the four cubits of halacha.The Purpose of ManDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-04-02 55:08

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses what a chassid should pray for.A Timely PrayerDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-04-01 50:41

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman analyzes Rav Shimon Bar Yochai's teaching that 'shimusha shel Torah' is greater than the study of Torah itself.Shimusha Shel Torah, Part 2DescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-03-26 57:15

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the importance of Shimusha Shel Torah.Shimusha Shel TorahDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-03-20 56:09

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman examines Moshe Rabbeinu's three requests of Hashem.Moshe Rabbeinu's Three RequestsDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-03-19 50:21

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the idea of reversing Bilam's curse.Reversing Bilam's CurseDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-03-16 50:51

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the Gemara that Hashem prays, as it states, "I shall gladden them in the house of my prayer."Hashem's PrayerDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-03-11 51:44

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman explains the reward one gets for learning Torah.The Reward for Learning TorahDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-03-06 52:21

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the proper way to exit a shul.Exiting a ShulDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-03-05 51:50

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the importance of designating a place for prayer.Designating a Place for PrayerDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-03-02 55:42

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the nature of Hashem's Tefillin.Hashem's TefillinDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-03-01 49:25

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses whether it is preferable to daven in a shul or in a minyan, and then goes on to discuss the Tosfot regarding Tefillin Shel Rosh.Davening in ShulDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-02-26 54:42

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman examines the halacha that states that one must not have an object between himself and the wall while davening.Davening With a ShtenderDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-02-20 56:41

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman explores Aba Binyamin's statement that davening was the first act of the day before working or studying Torah.Learning Torah Before DaveningDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-02-12 1:00:08

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman explains the concept of Yesurim Shel Ahava and whether Tzaraat constitutes Yesurim Shel Ahava.Yesurim Shel AhavaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-02-08 52:31

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman analyzes the Gemara statement that studying Torah prevents an individual from experiencing suffering.The Power of Torah to Protect from SufferingDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-02-07 57:59

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman examines the mitzvah of learning Torah.Learning TorahDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-02-06 54:00

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman examines the four stages of battling the yetzer hara.Battling the Yetzer HaraDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-01-28 58:11

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the idea of reciting Ashrei three times a day.AshreiDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-01-23 57:53

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman explains the opinion of Rav Amram Gaon in the Tosfot, and discusses the difference between smichat geula l'tefillah of Shacharit, and of Maariv.Smichat Geula L'Tefillah, Part 3DescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-01-17 1:00:10

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman continues the discussion of Smichat Geula L'tefillah.Smichat Geula L'tefillah, Part 2DescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-01-13 56:45

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Smichat Geula L'TefillahGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-01-11 57:32

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman examines the question of whether one may eat before reciting Shema.Eating Before Reciting ShemaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-01-10 1:03:36

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses whether or not David Hamelech viewed himself as a Chassid, and whether a prophecy can be altered.Can a Good Prophecy be Altered?DescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-01-06 1:02:29

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman expounds on David Hamelech's righteousness.David Hamelech's RighteousnessDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-01-05 58:06

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the topic of Milchemet Reshut.Milchemet ReshutDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2008-01-04 1:01:04

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman explores the issue of discussing Torah in front of the dead. Discussing Torah in Front of DeadDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-12-30 57:45

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman continues on to the topic of honoring the dead.Honoring the DeadDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-12-20 1:02:39

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman gives an interpretation of "ye'hai sh'mei rabbah" and why Kaddish is recited in Aramaic rather than in the Hebrew of the Torah.Kaddish, Part 2DescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-12-18 57:45

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman focuses on the Halachot of Kaddish in this weeks Gemara class.Kaddish, Part 1DescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-12-16 57:23

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the Gemara and Rambam's interpretation of prayer in a ruin.Prayer in a RuinDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-12-12 1:01:3115

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman gives an analysis of the Talmud's representation of the three segments of night, as per the explanations of the Maharal, the Gra, and Ben Yehoyada.The Three Portions of Night Part IIDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-12-03 52:14

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman gives an analysis of the Talmud's representation of the three segments of night, as per the explanations of the Maharal, the Gra, and Ben Yehoyada. The Three Portions of NightDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-11-28 56:24

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the question of whether one can eat before reciting the Kri'at Shema of Arvit.Eating Before Shema of ArvitDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-11-27 1:02:35

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the halachos pertaining to the time for Kohanim to Eat Terumah.Time for Kohanim to Eat TerumahDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-11-22 56:47

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the beginning of the Gemara and the Tosfot's discussion of the nature of the bracha of Yiru Eineinu.Yiru EineinuDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-11-20 1:03:11

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses Rav Hai Gaon's approach to reading Shema early.Early Shema, Rav Hai GaonDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-11-15 1:02:12

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In this eighth installment of his Gemara Brachot class, Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses R. Yona and R. Amram.R. Yona and R. AmramDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-11-14 1:00:21

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman teaches about Rabbeinu Yona's discussion on the obligation to fulfill the Mitzva of mentioning Yetziat Mitzrayim before nightfall.The Time for Zechirat Yetziat MitzrayimDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-11-09 1:04:26

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Continuing with his class in Intermediate Gemara Masechet Brachot, Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman discusses the laws of early Shema.Early Shema, Part 2DescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-11-07 1:02:52

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Shema Before NightfallGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-11-06 49:25

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman continues his class in Gemara Brachot with a discussion on the halachot regarding the zmanim for both Mincha and Maariv.Zman Tefillah for Mincha and MaarivDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-10-31 1:05:04

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman continues with his discussion on the obligation to recite Birchot Kri'at Shema.Birchot Kri'at ShemaDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-10-30 55:18

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Rabbi N. Reichman explores a disagreement among the Rishonim about whether one can fulfill his obligation to recite Kriat Shema through a proxy. The key to understanding this machloket is to understand the Talmudic principle of "Shomei'a K'oneh", or "Hearing is considered making a statement".Can One Fulfill the Obligation of Reciting Kriat Shema through a Proxy?DescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-10-23 1:00:23

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Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman starts out his Introduction to Gemara Masechet Brachot with the topic of Me'aimatai.Introduction to Masechet Brachot - Me'aimataiDescriptionGemaraRabbi Moshe N. Reichman2007-09-02 1:14:59

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