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A Too-Tall Sukkah By: Rabbi Hershel Reichman
In this Torah class (shiur) on Gemara Brachot Daf 2A, Rabbi Hershel Reichman explains the opinion of Rabba about a sukkah which is too high - over 20 amot high.  Rabba states that a sukkah whose roof is over 20 amot is pasul, unkosher, because it is not clear that one is sitting in a succah, and is therefore not a proper memorial to the Sukkot which the Jews sat in in the desert.  Rabbi Reichman presents the exposition of Rav Yosef B. Soloveitchik on this statement.





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Class: Advanced Gemara Sukkah

Added: July 04, 2012

Class Number: 3 of 5

Time: 48:12

Topics: Gemara

 

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