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Kitzur Hilchos Chanukah (Audio)

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1. The Time to Light Chanukah Candles

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

2. Megillas Taanis and Chanukah

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

3. A Brief History of Chanukah

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

4. If One Forgot Al Hanisim

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

5. Should Women Say Hallel? With/Without A Bracha?

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

6. Can an Avel Daven on Chanukah?

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

7. The Women's Part in Chanukah

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

8. The Differences Between Chanukah and Purim

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

9. Should Everyone Light a Menora?.mp4

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

10. How Many Candles To Light If You Missed A Night

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

11. Many Menoros, How Many Brachos?

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

12. Lighting Candles When Not At Home

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

13. Order of Chanukah Candle Lighting

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

14. Saying שעשה ניסים If You Didn't Light Candles

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

15. The Bracha of שעשה ניסים

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

16. Order of Chanukah candle lighting

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

17. Saying שעשה ניסים if you didn't light candles

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

18. Lighting Chanukah candles with electricity

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

19. What if Chanukah candles are extinguished early

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

20. What kind of oil you can use for Chanukah

by Rabbi Yaacov Haber | Hilchos Chanukah

By Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Rabbi Yaacov Haber has been a leading force in Jewish community and Jewish education for over forty years. He lived and taught in the United States, Australia and in Israel. He is presently the Rav of Kehillas Shivtei Yeshurun, a vibrant community in the center of Ramat Bet Shemesh, Israel, and serves as the Rabbinic guide to many of its wonderful organisations.

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