The Three Regalim
Teacher Title תקציר Course
Rav David Brofsky The Mitzva to Dwell in a Sukka: Contrasting the First Night and the Rest of the Festival In determining the nature of the mitzva to dwell in the sukka, we must first distinguish between the first night and the rest of the Festival. The gemara (Sukka 27a) cites a debate between R. Eliezer and the Sages regarding how often one must eat in the sukka. Holiday Packages
Harav Yehuda Amital “May the Merciful One Rebuild for Us the Fallen Sukka of David” During the festival of Sukkot, we add into our blessing after meals the supplication, “May the Merciful One rebuild for us the fallen sukka of David,” recalling the verse (Amos 9:11), “On that day I shall rebuild the fallen sukka of David.” Why is this specific image chosen to depict Knesset Yisrael? The Holiday of Sukkot
Prof. Yoel Elitzur “Ka-Arava”: Sukkot and Zechariah's Prophecy of Redemption In the haftara that we read on the first day of Sukkot, the prophet Zechariah declares that in the future, the whole land of Israel will become ka-arava. What is the meaning of ka-arava in this context, and what does this teach us about the nature of the promised redemption? The Holiday of Sukkot
Harav Mosheh Lichtenstein Hallel: Praise and Thanksgiving The Three Regalim
Rav Chaim Navon The Mitzva of Rejoicing on the Festivals The Three Regalim
Rav Menachem Leibtag The Dual Nature of the Chagim The Three Regalim
Rav Michael Berger The Moadim of Parashat Emor The Three Regalim
Rav Moshe Taragin The Source and Reason for Hallel Hallel is recited on numerous occasions: on holidays and Rosh Chodesh, during the sacrifice of a korban pesach (Pesachim 64a), during the wine libations of regular sacrifices (Arakhin 11a), and when Jerusalem or the Temple was expanded (Shavuot 14b). What is the source for Hallel, and can differences be drawn between its various forms? The Three Regalim
Rav Chaim Navon How and Why Should One Rejoice on the Festivals? The Three Regalim