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  1. The Unbroken Chain, Understanding the Mesorah of the Jewish Oral Tradition

    The Unbroken Chain, Understanding the Mesorah of the Jewish Oral Tradition


    Our entire lives revolve around our commitment to Hashem's mitzvos. Yet, hardly a single mitzvah in the written Torah can be understood on its own. What defines the forbidden "work" on Shabbos, the "affliction" on Yom Kipur, or the day of "blowing an instrument" on Rosh Hashana? How shall we tie "words for a sign" upon our hand? So little is revealed in the Written Torah.

    At Matan Torah, each and every mitzvah was explained in all its details to Moshe Rabbeinu, in what we call the Oral Torah. This Oral Torah explanation is the only way to understand - and the only true meaning of - what is contained in the written Torah.

    The study of Torah sheb'al Peh is the neshama and the life essence of Klal Yisroel. We have dedicated ourselves to it and made tremendous sacrifices to maintain it. Yet in our time of weakened emunah, the confidence in the Oral Torah system has also diminished.

    Indeed, the system of the Oral Torah seems to be a mystery:

    • How could it have been passed down authentically for thousands of years?
    • Could the multitude of details have been retained through memorization alone, with no written texts to lighten the burden?
    • Seeing as the Oral Torah was given by G-d (in all its details) at Mount Sinai, how did disagreements come about?
    • Can Rabbinic laws actually be binding when they are human inventions?

    These obvious questions were surely not overlooked by all the wise Rabbis throughout history. Rabbi Akiva, Rashi and the Rambam most certainly thought of them! Indeed, the greatest minds of all generations adhered to the Oral Torah unswervingly, kept its rules and regulations to the letter, and never expressed any doubts. Why? Because they understood the system of the Oral Torah properly, and when that happens, all questions disappear.

    Written by a master-mechanech and expert in the field, The Unbroken Chain offers everyone, young or old, the opportunity to comprehend the system of the Oral Torah and answer its related questions with ease. Never before has such a work become available to the broader community. Considering its subject, depth, and comprehensive explanation, this unique work is sure to be classic.

    In this fascinating book, Rabbi Sapirman shows that the Oral Torah we have today is the original, authentic one that was given to Moshe Rabbeinu on Mount Sinai. This unique and necessary book explains many puzzling issues, and will undoubtedly bring considerable chizuk to the Emunah in Torah sheb'al Peh.

    About the Author:

    Rabbi Dovid Sapirman is a former talmid of the Philadelphia, Ponivez, and Lakewood Yeshivos. During his fifty years in the field of chinuch, he has been a, melamed, magid shiur, mashgiach ruchani, public speaker, and worked extensively in kiruv rechokim and kiruv k'rovim.

    With nearly five decades of experience focusing on reinforcing core emunah, he founded the Ani Ma'amin Foundation in 2009. It is dedicated to offering chizuk in Emunah to Bnei Torah of all ages and backgrounds. Since its creation, the foundation has held presentations for over 50,000 people around the world, created three popular series of CD's on inyanei emunah, and published the Emunah: A Refresher Course (Mosaica Press, 2015). Rabbi Sapirman lives in Toronto, Canada, with his family. Learn More

  2. The Laws of Aveilus, A comprehensive & practical guide to the laws & customs of mourning

    The Laws of Aveilus, A comprehensive & practical guide to the laws & customs of mourning


    The loss of a family member brings mourning, tears, sadness. It is at this sorrowful time that we find ourselves clinging more than ever to the Torah, and specifically to the laws and customs of mourning. And it is at this time that we need answers to our questions on the halachos of mourning - sometimes very urgently.

    Rabbi Simcha Bunim Cohen has mastered the art of explaining halachah in a way that can be immediately and clearly understood. For laymen, and especially for those who need a quick and definitive answer to their questions, this beautifully structured book takes the mourner from moments before the death of a loved one, through aninus, the funeral, the various stages of mourning, Kaddish, and up through the first yahrzeit. The concepts related to the halachah are clearly defined, and the halachah is presented concisely, so the reader immediately knows what to do. For those who want to study further, Hebrew footnotes show sources and discuss other opinions, and a detailed index makes it easy to find specific topics and questions.

    Does a person who'd been an onen have to make up the tefillos he missed, when the levayah is over? What is the special zimun said by mourners? May a person in the year of aveilus invite others for a Shabbos meal? Attend a grandson's bar mitzvah? Can a student send his teacher mishloach manos during the teacher's year of mourning? Case after case, question after question: Here are the answers, set out simply and with great clarity.

    We should not know of sorrow, but when mourning comes upon us we can turn to the Laws of Aveilus, and be comforted by our Torah. Learn More

  3. The Practical Laws of Meat & Milk

    The Practical Laws of Meat & Milk


    This Sefer was published alongside, and based on, our previous Sefer called “A Semicha Aid for learning the Laws of Basar Bechalav” and its new revised edition. While our previous Sefer and its new edition cater specifically to the needs of the Semicha learning student and his corresponding curriculum, this Sefer is catered to all individuals who desire to know the practical laws of Basar Bechalav for their daily life, outside of the Semicha learning. This Sefer contains summarized compilations of all the practical Basar Bechalav subjects discussed in its corresponding book, although omits the less common subjects, and subjects that are not relevant to the subject of Basar Bechalav [but happen to be part of the Semicha curriculum, due to it being included in chapters 87-97]. The organization of the two books are also very different. While this book organizes the topics in accordance to relevance and subject, the corresponding Sefer organizes the topics according to chapters 87-97 in the Shulchan Aruch, following the Semicha curriculum. Thus, this Sefer contains a much advantageous practical organization of the laws, which can serve the Semicha student much use later on, when desiring to simply look up a question, or learn the practical laws in the most organized way possible. This Sefer also contains a much-needed chapter discussing the Kosher kitchen, its utensils and appliances, vis–a-vis Basar Bechalav, which is a must read for all Jewish households in order to maintain a proper Kosher kitchen. This chapter is not part of the classical curriculum of study in Semicha ordination, and has hence not been included in the corresponding book, although its knowledge is a necessity of Jewish life. Thus, for the Semicha student to receive a complete grasp of all the laws of Basar Bechalav, both in theory and practice, we highly suggest the purchase of both volumes, even though for the most part it is a repeat of information that would already have been gained in the corresponding Semicha aid book. Those who desire to only purchase one Sefer, should choose the right one in accordance to their goals. If their goal is to have knowledge of Basar Bechalav as required in the Semicha curriculum, then the corresponding Semicha aid Sefer is to be purchased, and not the current one. Those who simply desire to learn the practical laws for their daily life, are to purchase this Sefer and not the corresponding Semicha Aid. Learn More
  4. Achas Sha'alti, Halachic Challenges from the wisdom of R' Yitzchak Zilberstein

    Achas Sha'alti, Halachic Challenges from the wisdom of R' Yitzchak Zilberstein


    Achas Sha'alti is a collection of fascinating halachic challenges and solutions - from the Torah wisdom shlita, son-in-law of HaGaon Rav Yosef Shalom Elyashiv zt"l - made especially for kids! For each parsha of the week, two captivating modern-day stories present questions to be solved and their answers, accompanied by illustrations from the acclaimed artist, Yoni Gerstein.

    Your children (and you!) will be enthralled.

    A runaway bestseller in Hebrew, now the entire family, young and old, can bring the excitement of Torah to your Shabbos tale. Learn More

  5. Learn Shabbos in Just 3 Minutes A Day

    Learn Shabbos in Just 3 Minutes A Day


    This highly praised and comprehensive book on the laws of Shabbos is designed for daily learning.

    With its unique, easy-to-understand format, thousands of day-to-day practical examples, and user-friendly index, this book will be an indispensable reference for anyone who wants to study and know the laws of Shabbos… In just 3 minutes a day!


    "The most practical laws of Shabbos are presented in an easy format and language, and this will certainly bring great benefit to those who wish to grow."

    Rav Moshe Sternbuch, Ra'avad of Jerusalem

    "It has been written with great clarity and in a way that will benefit many people."

    Rav Shraga Feivel Zimmerman, Rov of Gateshead

    "Learn Shabbos in Just Three Minutes a Day is an ideal way to master the intricate laws of Shabbos without that much effort."

    Rav Yitzchak Berkowits, Rosh Kollel

    "Rabbi Braude has provided a truly valuable source for one to learn the laws of Shabbos in a very effective and clear manner.

    Rav Zev Leff Learn More

  6. Bless & Be Blessed, A review of the laws pertaining to Birkas Kohanim following the order of the Shulchan Aruch
  7. May a levi walk in front of one davening the Shemoneh Esrei to wash the hands of the kohen?
  8. May one sit while listening to the Birkas Kohanim?
  9. May a kohen say the Birkas Kohanim while in middle of K'rias Shema?
  10. When may a kohen say Birkas Kohanim even though he didn't wash his hands?

    The Yerushalmi writes (Sotah 9, 14) that because of Birkas Kohanim the world continues to exist. Additionally, the Netziv writes that all possible blessings that one can aspire for, in the spiritual and the physical senses, are included in the words of Birkas Kohanim.

    However, the laws and customs surrounding this mitzvah are unfortunately not studied properly by kohanim and non- kohanim alike, thereby causing that the blessings are being given incorrectly and/or not being received properly.

    In Bless and Be Blessed, Rabbi Yaakov Shmuel Marcus offers a clear summary of all pertinent laws and information, following the order of the Shulchan Aruch.

    Joining his recently released The Tefillin CompanionBless and Be Blessed is written in an easy-to-read format. As attested to by Rav Yaakov Forchheimer Shlit"a, this sefer will be enjoyed by talmidei chachamim and laymen alike. Learn More

  • Blechs For Bubbies Mommies & You!

    Blechs For Bubbies Mommies & You!


    Everything Simplified! Completely Illustrated!

    Seminaries/High Schools/Teachers

    Includes a special: Test Your Knowledge Section. Perfect for educational institutions.


    London Beis Din

    “Rabbi Jacobs has given our generation the clearest guidelines to navigate the modern kitchen and bring honor and pleasure to Shabbos.”


    How To:

    Effortlessly keep any type of food warm and delicious!

    Easily resolve problems which arise in kitchens everywhere!


    Enjoying hot scrumptious meals is central to the celebration of Shabbos.


    Yet, wherever we are — home, yeshiva, hotel, hospital, shul or summer camp — questions always seem to arise.


    But, no more!

    • How to add water to food which is becoming dry on the blech.
    • How to move a pot from one blech to another.
    • When it is permissible to move food from one pot to another on the blech.
    • What to do when the fire has extinguished.


    You will find these — and many more — solutions to common problems in this book.


    Written in contemporary and easy-to-understand English!

    Fully Illustrated! Learn More

  • Do You Know Hilchos Chol Hamoed?

    Do You Know Hilchos Chol Hamoed?


    Do You Know Hilchos Chol Hamoed? follows Do You Know Hilchos Shabbos? and Do You Know Hilchos Brachos? in this series of family-friendly halachah sefarim. These sefarim are particularly suited to studying with our families because of the light, conversational style of the text—with even a touch of humor. Also, topics unsuitable for children are not discussed.

    Hilchos Chol Hamoed are not so well-known; in this sefer, Rabbi Michoel Fletcher, with his unique blend of serious respect for the topic and engaging style, invites us to learn what the purpose of Chol Hamoed is and how the halachos help us experience real simchas Yom Tov as the Torah intended. Learn More

  • The Illustrated Guide to Opening Packages on Shabbos, From Sealed Bags to Soda Bottles

    The Illustrated Guide to Opening Packages on Shabbos, From Sealed Bags to Soda Bottles


    Many of the products we consume on Shabbos come in commercial packaging - bottles, cartons, bags, cans - which are sealed in various ways. Opening these sealed containers on Shabbos involves many different halachic issues, depending on the materials used in the packaging, the method of sealing, the presence of lettering, and more. It is often difficult to know what is permitted and what is not.

    Illustrated Guide to Opening Packages on Shabbos shows clearly the types of packaging on the market today, how they are opened, and which halachic issues come into play for each type of packaging. The rulings of modern-day poskim are given, with practical conclusions. Organized, easy to read and follow, with an in-depth Iyun section and filled with full-color photos - here is an indispensable book for keeping Shabbos in the twenty-first century! Learn More

  • The Laws & Customs Of Yom Kippur

    The Laws & Customs Of Yom Kippur


    The study of Shulchan Aruch at times is very challenging in terms of clarifying the final stance of the learned subject. This especially applies in instances that many cases and opinions exist within a given topic. In addition, throughout the generations hundreds of practical questions on the laws in Shulchan Aruch arose. Getting a proper grasp on the laws of Yom KIppur especially faces this challenge due to the complexity of the cases and the range of opinions. Even amongst the currently available English literature, the opinion of the greatest of the Achronim, the Shulchan Aruch Harav, is many times omitted or not given its proper presence. Likewise, the Chabad custom related to Yom Kippur is not given their proper presence. This Sefer tackles all the above deficiencies. A clear summary of the rulings of the Shulchan Aruch Harav and Chabad custom, supplemented with the opinions of the Mishneh Berurah and Kaf Hachaim. This is accompanied with hundreds of practical Q&A that were compiled from classical Halachic sources. All this is compiled with informative footnotes that lend the reader background information and other opinions voiced on the subject matter. Learn More
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