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The Tenth of Teveth - Laws and Customs

  
 
Rabbi Elchanan Shalom Elgrod explains the laws and customs that deal with the fast day of the Tenth of Teveth.
 

 
By: Rabbi Elchanan Shalom Elgrod
Date of recording: 5/26/2011
Location: Shmuel Hanavi 13, Jerusalem, Israel
Duration: 00:30:32
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  The Tenth of Teveth - Laws and Customs  
 
By Rabbi Elchanan Shalom Elgrod
Update date: 1/4/2020, 19:51
 
Rabbi Elchanan Shalom Elgrod explains the laws and customs that deal with the fast day of the Tenth of Teveth.


 
  Teveth and Beyond - The Significance in Our Times  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/4/2020, 19:55
 
The Tenth of Teveth is a day of mourning, repentance and fasting, where we refrain from eating and drinking from daybreak to nightfall. What is its significance for posterity?


 
  A Crack in the Wall  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 1/4/2020, 19:56
 
On the Tenth of Tevet, Nebuchadnezzar began his siege of Jerusalem. Actually, there was little damage on that first day and no Jews were killed. So why is this day so tragic?



 
 
  
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