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Kinna 18: Broken Relationship By: Rabbi Avishai David
In this Torah shiur (class) on the kinnot of Tisha B'Av, Rabbi Avishai David explains the background and meaning of the kinna by Elazar haKalir entitled 'V'ata amarta, heitiv eitiv imach', (and You said, "I will be do many kindnesses to you").  In this kinna, the special relationship of the Jewish People with Hashem as promised in the desert and as seen throughout Jewish history seems to be shattered, as troubles and tribulations are unleashed on the Jewish nation during the time of the Churban (destruction of the Beit Hamikdash/Temple).  This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats.

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Class: Kinnot: Poems for Jerusalem

Added: July 13, 2010

Class Number: 5 of 6

Time: 55:51

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


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