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Hebrew In Israel | Purim – T2U – Learn Torah

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The book of Esther presents a story that is celebrated every year in the holiday of Purim.  Yoel and Jono discuss Esther & Mordechai’s names, the historic accuracy of the book, walk us through the profound events with the Persians and how the holiday is celebrated.

Hebrew In Israel | Yom Hakippurim – Learn Torah

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What is this day called, what is our attitude to be, and who/what is Azazel?

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Hebrew In Israel | Shavuot: An Historical Perspective – Learn Torah

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Yoel continues the discussion of Shavuot (Feast of Weeks) by expounding on the debate over counting the Omer.  Learn about the factors in the language, history and social structure surrounding this debate.  

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Hebrew In Israel | Shavuot – Feast of Weeks – Learn Torah

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Yoel explains the p’shat (simple) meaning of the verses on Shavout (The Feast of Weeks) in this specially recorded private class.

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Hebrew In Israel | Purim – Learn Torah

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Why is Purim misunderstood?

Before reading this it is important for the reader to understand that sometimes one must be critical of things.  When I see what some people do with Purim, it shows how little they focus on the meaning of what happened.  None of what I say here is intended to offend anyone, but rather to give a better understanding of how Purim is misunderstood.

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