More about Tisha B'av

The three weeks from the 17th of Tammuz until the 9th of Av mark a period of mourning for the Jewish nation called "Bein Hametzarim" (Between the Straits). As we lament the destruction of the Temple and of Jerusalem during this three week period, they are marked by various mourning customs. One such custom is to include haftorahs (sections of the Prophets) for each week's parashah that are drawn from the books of Jeremiah and Isaiah.

The three weeks from the 17th of Tammuz until the 9th of Av mark a period of mourning for the Jewish nation called "Bein Hametzarim" (Between the Straits). As we lament the destruction of the Temple and of Jerusalem during this three week period, they are marked by various mourning customs. One such custom is to include haftorahs (sections of the Prophets) for each week's parashah that are drawn from the books of Jeremiah and Isaiah.

As one of the saddest points on the Hebrew calendar approaches - the 9th of Av - when we commemorate the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and subsequent exiling of the People of Gd, we will explore the intricate and ironically beautiful poetry of the Book of Lamentations (traditionally written for and read in order to commemorate the exile). In this study session we will review Chapter 5. You can access a few resources in the following sites:
 

As one of the saddest points on the Hebrew calendar approaches - the 9th of Av - when we commemorate the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and subsequent exiling of the People of Gd, we will explore the intricate and ironically beautiful poetry of the Book of Lamentations (traditionally written for and read in order to commemorate the exile). In this study session we will review Chapter 5. You can access a few resources in the following sites:
 

As one of the saddest points on the Hebrew calendar approaches - the 9th of Av - when we commemorate the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and subsequent exiling of the People of Gd, we will explore the intricate and ironically beautiful poetry of the Book of Lamentations (traditionally written for and read in order to commemorate the exile). In this study session we will review Chapter 4. You can access a few resources in the following sites:
 

As one of the saddest points on the Hebrew calendar approaches - the 9th of Av - when we commemorate the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and subsequent exiling of the People of Gd, we will explore the intricate and ironically beautiful poetry of the Book of Lamentations (traditionally written for and read in order to commemorate the exile). In this study session we will review Chapter 4. You can access a few resources in the following sites:
 

As one of the saddest points on the Hebrew calendar approaches - the 9th of Av - when we commemorate the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and subsequent exiling of the People of Gd, we will explore the intricate and ironically beautiful poetry of the Book of Lamentations (traditionally written for and read in order to commemorate the exile). In this study session we will review Chapter 3. You can access a few resources in the following sites:
 

As one of the saddest points on the Hebrew calendar approaches - the 9th of Av - when we commemorate the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and subsequent exiling of the People of Gd, we will explore the intricate and ironically beautiful poetry of the Book of Lamentations (traditionally written for and read in order to commemorate the exile). In this study session we will review Chapter 3. You can access a few resources in the following sites:
 

As one of the saddest points on the Hebrew calendar approaches - the 9th of Av - when we commemorate the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and subsequent exiling of the People of Gd, we will explore the intricate and ironically beautiful poetry of the Book of Lamentations (traditionally written for and read in order to commemorate the exile). In this study session we will review Chapter 3:1-20. You can access a few resources from BethImmanuel.org/kollel You can access a few resources in the following sites:

As one of the saddest points on the Hebrew calendar approaches - the 9th of Av - when we commemorate the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and subsequent exiling of the People of Gd, we will explore the intricate and ironically beautiful poetry of the Book of Lamentations (traditionally written for and read in order to commemorate the exile). In this study session we will review Chapter 2:13-22. You can access a few resources in the following sites:
 

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