Set of “Peninei Halakha” in English 10 Volumes | סט פניני הלכה באנגלית 10 כרכים

משתתף במבצעי חודש הספר 2+1 (הזול מתוכם)

The books included in the set are:

1. Peninei Halakha: Laws Of Shabbat – Volume 1

2. Peninei Halakha: Laws Of Shabbat – Volume 2

3. Peninei Halakha: Laws Of Pesah

4. Peninei Halakha: Laws Of Prayer

5. Peninei Halakha: Laws Of Women’s Prayer

6. Peninei Halakha: Zemanim

7. Peninei Halakha: Laws Of The Fesivals

8. Peninei Halakha: Simhat Ha-bayit U-vrkhato

9. Peninei Halakha: The Laws of the Days of Awe

10. Peninei Halakha: Sukkot – new

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Weight 4930 g


“Peninei Halakha” is a comprehensive series of books on Jewish law designed for the contemporary reader. In a clear, concise and methodical style, Rabbi Eliezer Melamed explains the halakha (Jewish law).

Aided by the clear language and by the gradual explanation of the ideas – from the generalities to the particular applications – a beginner in Judaism will find in this book a wonderful companion. Nonetheless, an experienced student, familiar with Talmudic study, will also find information to clarify and organize his own knowledge of halakha, and to give it a solid foundation.
Various volumes of “Peninei Halakha” are studied daily in families in Israel and throughout the Jewish world and in Torah study centers, and serve as textbooks in many Israeli schools. With over 1,000,000 copies published, today “Peninei Halakha” is one of the most popular, widely read, and beneficial works in the field of Judaism.

Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu, Rabbi Avraham Shapira, Rabbi Eliyahu Bakshi Doron, all former Chief Rabbi’s of Israel, and of blessed memory, and Rabbi Meir Mazuz, dean of Yeshiva Kisse Rahamim, are just a few of the authorities who have honored the “Peninei Halakha” series with their recommendation.

Rabbi Eliezer Melamed shlita is the Rabbi of the community of Har Bracha, where he is the Head of the Yeshiva (center for Talmudic study). In addition to the nineteen volumes of “Peninei Halakha” published to date, he is the author of a weekly article “Revivim” in the ‘Besheva’ newspaper which he helped found, and continues to publish the works of Rabbi Tzaddok HaKohen of Lublin. He was awarded the “Rabbi Tzvi Yehuda Kook Prize for Jewish Creativity” in 2013.

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Weight 4930 g


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