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Irgun HaMishna Hayomit. בברכת "מרבה תורה - מרבה חיים"! קביעותא - המפעל ללימוד המשנה וההלכה היומית להנצחת ששת המיליונים 072-272-0000 you can receive by Email a booklet with questions and answers on the Mishna and Halacha yomit. You must to send a mail to office@kviuta.org and make a request to receive. the booklet is an attached pdf. The link is here It ...


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You have several mishnayot in 1 volume. there is Kav venaki in Mir edition here, there is a new "Mishna daf leyom' with a new perush based on Bartenura. In edition Eshkol you have pocket book Mishna Bartenura and Ykar Toyt, The same in Edition Chorev (may be out of print), You have Mishna sedura (if you can read microscopic letters)


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I found this for Hebrew http://seforimcenter.com/Shisha-Sidrei-Mishnah--Complete-in-One-Volume-with-Peirush-Bartenura__p-10692.aspx and this for English http://www.amazon.com/Mishnah-New-Translation-Jacob-Neusner/dp/0300050224


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I will try to combine translation and cantilation analysis. The answer of @DoubleAA is of hight level. Without his help, I could not find the verse in Melachim and understand. But my conclusion, following Rashi in Vayera and the Targum on Melachim is different. For this reason, let me formulate my own response. The first verse in Vayera (Genesis 18, ...


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I don't have it with me now, but the Artscroll Ashkenazi kinnot talks in the footnotes somewhere (I think somewhere around kinnah 20-30) about Jews who went to Germany after the destruction of the first Beit Hamkidash and didn't want to go back in the time of Ezra and Nechemia. I don't remember what their source is.


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The letters בגדכפת take a Dagesh Kal at the start of a word, unless they follow a word ending in אהוי. There are four major exceptions to this rule when the Dagesh Kal is there even after a word ending in אהוי, the first of which (called "Mafsik") is when the previous word had a pausal Trop note on it. So in Gen 18:5 or Jos 5:14 where the phrase means "No, ...


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The Talmud Bavli there asks this question (Niddah 51b (English)): כל שיש לו קשקשת דג טהור יש שיש לו סנפיר ואין לו קשקשת דג טמא מכדי אנן אקשקשת סמכינן סנפיר דכתב רחמנא למה לי אי לא כתב רחמנא סנפיר הוה אמינא מאי קשקשת דכתיב סנפיר ואפילו דג טמא כתב רחמנא סנפיר וקשקשת והשתא דכתב רחמנא סנפיר וקשקשת מנלן דקשקשת לבושא הוא דכתיב ושריון קשקשים הוא לבוש ולכתוב ...


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I think the P'Shat here is that R' Yehuda ben Beseira is being praised for strengthening and substantiating the words of the Chachomim, not for the wisdom of the actual reason. There is a similar exchange between these Tannaim in 9:3 and there, the Tosfos Yom Tov explains the praise Chachom Gadol. "You are a Chachom Gadol because you supported the words of ...



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