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The Soncino has an introduction to a) The Talmud, b) Each Order, c) Each Tractate. You can see them here: http://halakhah.com/


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Look at the introduction of the מאירי to each masechta, where he breaks down the topics of the masechta in general as well as perek by perek. He also does that in a more perek-specific manner at the beginning of each perek. While not technically online (and not either in English, which was not specified in the question), the Hebrewbooks website has the בית ...


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Comment --> answer. You can subscribe from their website. I'm under the impression that you can order back-issues of the journal, and possibly even digitally....try calling or emailing the Journal from the contact info on that page, LMK how that works out.


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Mechon Mamre has the introduction translated interlinearly though not artscroll-style. Sefaria has a number of chapters (see here for one) translated with the english side-by-side, mostly in Sefer HaMadda. Because the translation is crowd-sourced (though moderated for accuracy) that "number" may be larger by the time you click the link. (full disclosure: I ...


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The Israel Museum has a library of sifrei torah that can be used for this purpose as does the Jewish Museum in NYC.


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Nishmat Avraham by Rabbi Dr Avraham Avraham is a classic and is available in Hebrew and English (Artscroll). He discusses IVF quite a few times. In Vol 3, p15 he begins by quoting R' Waldenberg (Tzitz Eliezer 15:45) who doesn't approve, and then quotes R' Nebenzahl (Asya 34), R' Ovadia Yosef (Yabia Omer 8 EH 21) and R' Eliashiv who all permit AIH. Nishmas ...


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Danno's answer pretty much covers it. I would also recommend:http://www.ramaz.org/nusach/index.html, especially for good Ashkenazi davening. If you want resources for leining (reading Torah), this is a good website: http://learntrope.com/


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Also try "Virtual Cantor": http://www.virtualcantor.com. It has .mp3 files that can be downloaded.


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If this is the right one, try Divrei Chizuk where she says, For more information, or to obtain one/or more of the booklets for yourself or for another , please call Margie Shabat at 773-478-8325 or e-mail me at: momchicago@aol.com


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All the public shiurim of Rabbi Azriel Chaim Goldfein, z"l, Founder and Rosh HaYeshivah of the Yeshivah Gedolah of Johannesburg, are available for download. To access the shiurim, please follow the links below (if you are unable to click on them or if clicking on them results in an error message, please copy and paste the links into your browser). The ...


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I can't comment on the other editions, but Rabbi Isadore Grunfeld's translation of Horeb is excellent, as is his (nearly 100 page!) introduction. I consider this sefer a must-read for all Jews, as it is a unique, comprehensive and compelling philosophy of Judaism, as well as a concise summary of all halacha relevant to the life of an observant Jew. The ...


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FWIW, in Eretz Yisroel, there are vacuum packed bags of grains under Badatz supervision. They tend to be slightly more expensive but are "נקי מחשש תולעים". I saw some in stores near the Mir (in the Beit Yisrael neighborhood of Jerusalem), and would guess they're widely available in chareidi neighborhoods. If your concern is to prevent bugs being born in ...


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Hirsch Chumash - typographically and linguistically, the Feldheim is more legible than the Judaica Press. It was newly translated (the JP version was translated a while ago), so it will make for an easier read than the older version. Nineteen Letters - can be found here for pay (good print) and here for free (older translation, older print; still legible ...


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The OYW app has a bunch of them. (iPhone|Android|Web Browser), and http://breslev.eip.co.il/ has a couple of them.


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A few websites/apps that I know of have the complete text: http://mishnaberura.eu5.org/ The OYW app has it. you can access the back end of the above app directly through a web browser if you prefer at http://mobile.tora.ws/index.html If you want English, check out the archives of the Mishnah Yomi project. The first three include the text of the ...


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You can find it in many libraries worldwide.


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The wikisource is incomplete. For anything else, there are scanned copies on Hebrewbooks: MB Chelek 1 http://hebrewbooks.org/14170 MB Chelek 2 http://hebrewbooks.org/14164 MB Chelek 3 http://hebrewbooks.org/14171 MB Chelek 4 http://hebrewbooks.org/40448 MB Chelek 5 http://hebrewbooks.org/14169 MB Chelek 6 http://hebrewbooks.org/14166


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http://he.m.wikisource.org/wiki/%D7%9E%D7%A9%D7%A0%D7%94_%D7%91%D7%A8%D7%95%D7%A8%D7%94 This is from wiki text it has alot of texts .


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The most beautiful print is the shulchan aruch habahir. Itdoes not have tzuras hadaf, and there are no added maareh mikomos. Whether or not it has typos, old or new, i vouldnt say, I've never checked or use it much being that i do like having the old tzuras hadaf.


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Rabbi Ari Kahn has a series of halacha shiurim which he puts online. It is ongoing but they get uploaded in spurts - every few months a few months of shiurim are uploaded. There's also archives. Each shiur is about an hour long and goes through all the relevant sources to show different opinions and perspectives. He also tries to keep them relevant to ...


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I happened to stumble across this book today and instantly thought of this question. I've never read it so I have no idea what the contents are, but from the title it appears to be what you're looking for. The Eternal Books Retold: A Rabbi Summarizes the 39 Books of the Bible


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I recently got the Tur-Shulchan Aruch set "Tzuras HaDaf" published by Shulchan Melachim. I would personally recommend getting the Tur Shulchan Aruch together, which I have found tremendously useful, both for reference and for in-depth study purposes. Additionally, its not that much more expensive than getting just the Shulchan Aruch and certainly much ...


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Yes, Ha'emek She'elah is on Hebrewbooks.org, though they aren't labelled as such (you have to search for 'Sheiltos') Links: Vol 1 on Beraishis-Shemos Vol 2 on Vayikra Vol 3 on Bamidbar-Devarim


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There is definitely one in a library in Denmark and in Regensburg (kind of close to you?) http://www.worldcat.org/title/piyutim-le-shabatot-ha-shana-le-fi-minhag-ashkenaz-piyyutim/oclc/466173928 http://www.worldcat.org/title/piyyutim-las-sabbatot-has-sana-le-pi-minhag-askenaz-liturgical-poems-for-the-years-special-sabbaths-piyyutim/oclc/632462311 I think ...


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chabad.org Lubavitch's primary online voice carries a fine review of the book: http://www.chabad.org/news/article_cdo/aid/2619597/jewish/Biography-of-the-Rebbe-Hits-New-York-Times-Best-Seller-List.htm It would seem they strongly approve.



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