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Dear Yid! Welcome to our Daily Halacha audio podcast from shulchanaruchharav.com. You are joined by thousands of others in our various feeds and audiences to help enrich your knowledge of practical Halacha in all areas of Shulchan Aruch, for men, women, layman and scholar alike! The Halacha includes a highly researched practical topic in Jewish law, clearly summarized and footnoted, expressing the variant opinions in the Poskim. Please encourage others to join, and help spread daily Torah le ...
 
Rav Eliyahu Reingold, Rosh Kollel in the Yeshiva of Greater Washington, spent many years learning in the Telshe Yeshiva and Kollel where he was recognized as one of their foremost talmidim. He taught in the Telshe Mechina before coming to the Yeshiva of Greater Washington. He is a noted Baal Halacha and Baal Mussar, serving as a well-respected posek for the Yeshiva and community. Besides his responsibility in leading the Kollel, he delivers a high level shiur to advanced students, and provid ...
 
Crisp, clear, and bite-size daily Halacha episodes, from the Peninei Halacha. With guiding comments and reflections from Rabbi Ben Greenfield. New episodes Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.Music Attribution:"Adding the Sun" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
 
We all try to dedicate time for learning Torah. Many people attend Daf Yomi, have a chavrusa, etc. Yet, most people find it difficult to learn Halacha in a consistent and clear way. We either spend too much time on one subject or try to breeze through a summary of all the laws in a few minutes. Neither of these approaches work. The concept of 12 Minute Halacha Daily (Monday through Friday) is to spend one hour a week learning Halacha from the sources all the way through the contemporary posk ...
 
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The Shulchan Aruch in Siman 60 rules that all Misvot require the basic Kavana (intent) to perform the act for the sake of fulfilling Hashem’s Misva. In Hilchot Sisit (8:8), Maran emphasizes that one should have an additional Kavanah when putting on Sisit: He is doing so to remember all of Hashem’s Misvot. This is necessary because the Torah explici…
 
Are we allowed to make a special day for mourning? Is it allowed to be made in Nissan? Is "never again" a Jewish concept? Is it wrong to enumerate anti-semitic acts? and much more..... with Rabbi Marvin Hier – Dean and Founder of Simon Wiesenthal Center – 22:55 with Rabbi Yaakov Feitman –Rav, Khal Beis Yehudah Tzvi, Cedarhurst NY – 35:19 with Hanoc…
 
Maran rules in Siman 8 that if three or four people are putting on their Tallit, one person may recite the Beracha "L’Hitatef B’Sisit" on behalf of everyone, provided he has them in mind, and they listen with intent to fulfil their obligation. Moreover, the Mishna Berura (Rav Yisrael Meir Kagan of Radin, 1839-1933) comments that not only is this pe…
 
The Halachot of how to put on a Tallit are outlined in Shulchan Aruch, Siman 8. There, Maran, based on his opinion in the Bet Yosef, does not require wrapping the Tallit in a manner known as "Atifat Yishmaelim," the way Arabs wrap their headdress. The Geonim disagreed and required "Atifat Yishmaelim," which entails first putting the Tallit over the…
 
If somebody forgot to count one night of the Omer, and did not count the entire next day, then henceforth he counts each night without reciting Beracha. Since some Rishonim (Medieval Halachic authorities) maintained that all the days of Sefirat Ha’omer comprise a single Misva, such that one who misses even a single day can no longer fulfill the Mis…
 
The accepted Halacha is that if one forgot to count the Omer at night, but he remembered the following day, he counts that day without a Beracha, and then resumes counting that night with a Beracha. The question was posed whether this applies even if the person did not remember to count until Ben Ha’shemashot – the 13.5-minute period after sunset. …
 
It is well-known that if a person forgot to count one night of the Omer, he should count the following day, without a Beracha, and he then resumes counting that night with a Beracha. Thus, for example, if a person forgot to count on the twenty-second night of the Omer, then the following day he should count "Hayom Shenayim Ve’esrim Yom La’omer…" wi…
 
Just one Halacha on Sefirat Haomer. It is our custom, that Ladies do NOT count Sefirat Haomer. There’s a great Machloket between the Sephardim and the Ashkenazim if ladies make a Beracha on Mitzvat Ase She Hazeman Gerama. Any Mitzvah that’s bound by time, it’s the Minhag of the Ashkenazim based on the Rabenu Tam to make a Beracha. For example, if a…
 
The days of Hol Ha'mo'ed – the period between the first and last days of Pesach, and between the first day of Sukkot and Shemini Atzeret – are referred to in the Torah as "Mikra Kodesh" – holy occasions. We describe them with this term in the Musaf prayer on Hol Ha'mo'ed, as well. Although they are not the same as Yom Tov, they are nevertheless des…
 
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