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I can definitely recommend our site: ספרי קודש המדף היהודי as we try to keep on the lowest price online... Its in 3 languages: Hebrew, English, and French. (the hebrew version is the most developed one) and we working on it all the time- adding new books, developing new functions, sending Jewish books worldwide to every Tzadik who want to learn torah... ...
Amazing website with exactly what you are looking for: http://www.vbm-torah.org/parshanut.html
We have an online ספרי קודש Store called The Jewish Bookshelf, and we received a payment from a Professor from Egypt that bought a number of religious books. We wasn't sure but the name wasn't Avraham/Ytshak/Yaakov/David... It wasn't a very jewish name. We asked Rabbi Shlomo Chaim Hacohen Aviner, and he ruled not to sell him the books, so we refund him and ...
Wow! A Lewandowski fan, like me! I thought I'd never find one! I learned and sang some of his compositions when I was part of the Yeshiva Univ. cantorial choir, years ago. I recommend that you contact the Belz School of Jewish Music, as I'm quite certain that someone there may point you in the right direction. Cantor Bernard Beer is still directing it and ...
When I was in Ner Israel, the Rosh Yeshiva, R' Aharon Feldman, once gave a shmuess in which he lamented the use of reference sefarim, or "cheat" sefarim, which give you the rundown of the sources without having to look them up. Among the points with which he took issue, one of them was taking out an element of the physical effort involved in learning, which ...
Doesn't look like anyone would have a problem with an offline computer containing only Seforim. Otzar HaHochma lists some of their customers. They include such "Chareidi" Yeshivas as: Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin ישיבת 'מיר', ירושלים- אוצר הספרים ישיבת 'קול תורה' ישיבות 'חברון גאולה' - אוצר הספרים ישיבת 'אור אלחנן', ירושלים I know of some institutions ...
There are many Shidduch sites out there. The very fact that they exist show that people are "falling out of the system" of using a Shadchan. One such site (which I know made a shidduch for my brother-in-law) is Saw You at Sinai. I could wax eloquently about the importance of a good Shadchan, etc., but unfortunately for many people they don't have access to ...
You raised an important question. I will answer the problem of the "Shidduch crisis" and, aside, suggest that you may want to rephrase the title of your question, as you seem to focus more on the broader problem, not specifically the lack of web sites, itself. There are too many aspects to this problem that I think I can answer, here. I will cite one story: ...
I just saw a Kleinman Edition of Kitzur Shulchan Aruch and it wrote in a footnote "4. It is not forbidden to follow customs that have clearly developed for a specific benefit. For example, it is permitted for a physician to wear a doctor's coat so as to be recognize as a professional See Rama, Yoreh Deah 178" So it seems from that, that you are not ...
First of all, when ever it comes to social media it is permissible to have and even encouraged if it is related to a mitzvah. For example, if you are sending out halachas to people through social media then go for it. If you are only using for things that are gashmius (physical) then you should not have it. Number 2: It says one should not dress like a ...
Here is a link to Service of the Synagogue by the Hebrew Publishing Company. Here is a link to Yom Rishon that you can cut and paste.
Try seforimdeals.com they have all new Seforim and very good prices and service
The GRA is the Vilna Gaon. He wrote a lot of books and commentaries, but if you're looking for his kabbalistic stuff, this is what I know of that's on the web: Sefer Yetzirah and the GRA's commentary on it. (To clarify, he didn't write sefer yetzirah, but he wrote a commentary, and I figure you'll want to see the original to know what he's commenting on. ...
GR"a is an acronym for HaGaon Rabbi Eliyahu who was also known as the Vilna Gaon.
It is an acronym referring to Rabbi Elijah Kremer of Vilna. You can read more about him on Wikipedia or elsewhere on the internet. Among other things, he was a noted Kabbalist.
According to this site you can download a german translation of the Tanach by (Reform Rabbi) Dr. Ludwig Philippson from here.
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