All Shiurim at the Tif

Boy who does not know his age - putting on Tefillin - v4 #17 by R' Aaron Cohen


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Families desperate to save their children from the impending Holocaust sometimes paid non-Jews to take their children in, and the children were disconnected from the Jewish people during the duration of the war. After the liberation, great efforts were made to locate and bring these children back. One such child, whose family had perished, was around the age of 13 but it was impossible to determine his exact age. Should he put on Tefillin presently?

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Saying Krias Shema while being interrupted by German guards (v4 #2) by Rabbi Aaron Cohen


19:06 minutes (3.47 MB)

Elul 5741. The Jews of the Kovno ghetto are forcibly conscripted into merciless slave labor. The days are long and the work is relentless. The question is posed to Rav Oshry: how can they fulfill the Mitzva of Krias Shema, which must be said by the third hour of the day? It is usually impossible to complete Krias Shema without being interrupted by the German guards. May one say Krias Shema in incremental sections, continuing where one left off after the interruption is over?

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