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New!  Veha'arev Na 3: Halachic Challenges and Solutions Based on the Weekly Parsha
Veha'arev Na 3: Halachic Challenges and Solutions Based on the Weekly Parsha
 
Our Price: $25.99
Publisher: Feldheim
Author: Erez Chazani
Format: Hardcover

Product Code: 16506
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We ask Hashem each day "Veha'arev Na - Please make our Torah learning sweet!" And the bestselling Vehaarev Na series does just that, by presenting the fascinating halachic challenges and solutions of Rabbi Yitzchak Zilberstein shlita, son-in-law of HaGaon Rav Yosef Shalom Elyashiv zt"l.

Now, in this third English volume, readers can continue to enjoy these intriguing and stimulating shiurim based on the weekly parshah. Written in a deceptively easy style by Rabbi Erez Chazani, a student of Rav Zilberstein and a member of the Rav's Kollel Beis David in Cholon, Veha'arev Na brings the excitement of Torah to everyone's Shabbos table.

Baruch, a convert to Judaism, is blessed with his first son. Can his gentile father be sandek at the bris?

A tourist from abroad places a wad of dollars into the Kosel HaMaaravi as a "gift." What should be done with the money?

Two people, one wearing tefillin while the second is carrying his, arrive together at shul at precisely the same moment. Who should enter first?

A doctor performing a transplant removes the wrong kidney from the donor but thereby saves her life. Is he liable for negligence?

A gabbai orders a taxi so that the Jewish driver can complete the minyan in his shul. Who must pay the cabdriver's bill?

Reuven discovers that a prankster wrote Hashem's Name in the dust on his dirty windshield. Can he erase it?

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