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Nitzavim 5775
Rabbi Jablinowitz

This week's parsha begins with the words Atem Nitzavim Hayom Kulchem Lifnei Hashem Elokeichem, You are all standing today before Hashem your Gd. Rashi explains (on pasuk 12) that the reason that Bnei Yisrael were standing before Hashem is because they were transitioning from the leadership Read more...

Ki Savo
Rabbi Jablinowitz

BS"D   Parshat Ki Savo   We read in this week's parsha the Tochacha, the rebuke given to Bnei Yisrael of the terrible catastrophes which will result from not keeping the mitzvos of the Torah. In the middle of this section the Torah states (Chapter 28, Pasuk 47), Tachas A Read more...

Parshat Devarim – Shabbos Chazon
Rabbi Jablinowitz

This Shabbos is the actual day of Tisha B’Av, while the fast and mourning is pushed off until the next day. The halacha is brought in Shulchan Aruch, Siman 552 Se’if 10, that when Tisha B’Av falls out on Shabbos one may eat meat and drink wine at Shalosh Seudos, and have a meal fit Read more...

Rabbi Jablinowitz

We read in the beginning of the parsha that Moshe Rabbeinu prays to Hashem asking him to allow him to enter Eretz Yisrael. The very first pasuk in the parsha explains the timing of this request with the ambiguous term “Bah’Eis Haheeh”, at that particular time. Rashi& Read more...