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Hadran.org.il is the portal for Daf Yomi studies for women.

Hadran.org.il is the first and only site where one can hear a daily Talmud class taught by a woman. The classes are taught in Israel by Rabbanit Michelle Cohen Farber, a graduate of Midreshet Lindenbaum’s scholars program with a BA in Talmud and Tanach from Bar-Ilan University. Michelle has taught Talmud and Halacha at Midreshet Lindenbaum, Pelech high school and MATAN. She lives in Ra’anana with her husband and their five children. Each morning the daf yomi class is delivered to a cadre of adult women in Ra’anana and then immediately uploaded and available for podcast and download.

Hadran.org.il reaches women who can now have access to a woman’s perspective on the most essential Jewish traditional text. This podcast represents a revolutionary step in advancing women’s Torah study around the globe.

Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran Michelle Cohen Farber

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Hadran.org.il is the portal for Daf Yomi studies for women.

Hadran.org.il is the first and only site where one can hear a daily Talmud class taught by a woman. The classes are taught in Israel by Rabbanit Michelle Cohen Farber, a graduate of Midreshet Lindenbaum’s scholars program with a BA in Talmud and Tanach from Bar-Ilan University. Michelle has taught Talmud and Halacha at Midreshet Lindenbaum, Pelech high school and MATAN. She lives in Ra’anana with her husband and their five children. Each morning the daf yomi class is delivered to a cadre of adult women in Ra’anana and then immediately uploaded and available for podcast and download.

Hadran.org.il reaches women who can now have access to a woman’s perspective on the most essential Jewish traditional text. This podcast represents a revolutionary step in advancing women’s Torah study around the globe.

    Berakhot 51

    Berakhot 51

    Study Guide Berakhot 51
    What does one do if one ate without making a blessing - does make the blessing in the middle of the meal? What if one finished, can one make the blessing before the meal after one finished eating? The gemara discusses whether a drink made with wine or beer called 'asparagus' is healthy or not. Contradictory sounrces are brought and resolved. Two rabbis mention a number of things that were taught to them by angels regarding behavior and foods. There is a debate regarding laws that apply to a cup used for a blessing. This leads into a story with Yalta, wife of Rav Nachman who is insulted by Ula's behavior and breaks 400 barrels of wine. On what issues relating to meals do Beit Shamai and Beit Hillel disagree?

    • 40 min.
    Berakhot 50

    Berakhot 50

    Study Guide Berakhot 50
    What is the proper wording for a zimun? What wording is not appropriate to use? Can a group that ate together split up into a smaller group? On what does it depend? Can one throw bread? What other things must one do to treat bread with respect? Is it true only for bread or for all foods? What if one started eating without making a blessing? 

    • 38 min.
    Berakhot 49

    Berakhot 49

    Today's shiur is sponsored by the Freedman family in memory of their Abba and Saba Zvi Stein, Zvi ben HaRav Mordechai David.
    Study Guide Berakhot 49
    What concepts are essential to mention in birkhat hamazon? How does the blessing of rebuilding Jerusalem end? Why is the structure of the fourth blessing different? how many times does malchut need to be mentioned in that blessing? Why? What if one forgets to add additions for special days in birkhat hamazon? How much does one need to eat to require a zimun? There is a debate. Does this match a debate between the same people somehwere else or does it contradict? How can it be explained? Is the text for zimun different depending on how many people there are? How?

    • 37 min.
    Berakhot 48

    Berakhot 48

    Study Guide Berakhot 48
    At what age/stage can a minor join the zimun? Can you join a zimun if you only ate vegetables? If so, how many of the participants can be those who only ate vegetables (in a case where we have ten and can add God's name)? A story is told of King Yannai who after having killed all the rabbis finds one rabbi still alive who can lead the zimun so he summons him, Shimon ben Shetach. However, he doesn't offer him food so how can he lead the zimun? Is there a difference between the foods one needs to eat to allow one to join a zimun and leading a zimun. What are the blessings of birkhat hamazon? Is the fourth blessing inherently different from the others? Was it instituted by the rabbis? If so, why? From where is it derived that birkhat hamazon is from the Torah?

    • 28 min.
    Berakhot 47

    Berakhot 47

    The shiurim for the next month are sponsored for the refuah shleima of Ofek Yair ben Yaara.
    In what scenarios is it not appropriate to give respect to important people? Why? The gemara goes over each of the cases in the mishna whereby one eats certain foods and either can or cannot join a zimmun. What is each one adding that we didn't already know? What makes someone an am haaretz? A braita is brought with many different opinions. Rami bar Hama dies and it is believed that it is because he didn't offer Rav Menashia to ever lead the zimun. Why did he not allow him to? And why was he punished for it? What caused him to be mistaken? In order to get to ten, can one use a child as a tenth? Or a Caananite slave? An aron kodesh? Shabbat? How can these be options?

    • 48 min.
    Berakhot 46

    Berakhot 46

    Who is the preferred person to make hamotzi on the bread on behalf of everyone - the host/ess or the most respected person? What about for leading the zimun? What is the text that one adds for the host in birkhat hamazon? Where does the blessing on the zimun end - at the end of the actual zimun or at the end of the first blessing? What are the ramifications of the debate regarding this issue? A mourner has a special text that one says in the fourth blessing of birkhat hamazon. A discusssion ensues between the Exilarch and Rav Sheshet where the Exilarch praises the Persian customs regarding eating and rav Sheshet tries to prove that the rabbis also had smart customs regarding eating practices.

    • 43 min.

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