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Is there a document available online with all the sectionsmaterial permitted to learn on Tisha B'av available online?

From Aish.com:

Other prohibitions include...Learning Torah, since this is a joyful activity. It is permitted to learn texts relevant to Tisha B'Av and mourning -- e.g. the Book of Lamentations, Book of Job, parts of Tractate Moed Katan, Gittin 56-58, Sanhedrin 104, Yerushalmi end of Ta'anis, and the Laws of Mourning. In-depth study should be avoided. (MB 554:4)

Is anyone aware of a documentthe material that we are permitted to learn on Tisha B'av available online?

Ideally, I'd like to have some sort of document that has allincludes the Talmudicdifferent sources, so that I can have themsave to my computer, for offline reference. I understand it's not realistic to expect a pdf of the complete books of Iyov and Eicha, but all (preferablythe different Talmudic sources in one document)?pdf would be useful.

If that's not available, it would be nice to know where the material is availabe online.

Also, which parts of Moed Katan specifically?

Is there a document available online with all the sections permitted to learn on Tisha B'av?

From Aish.com:

Other prohibitions include...Learning Torah, since this is a joyful activity. It is permitted to learn texts relevant to Tisha B'Av and mourning -- e.g. the Book of Lamentations, Book of Job, parts of Tractate Moed Katan, Gittin 56-58, Sanhedrin 104, Yerushalmi end of Ta'anis, and the Laws of Mourning. In-depth study should be avoided. (MB 554:4)

Is anyone aware of a document available online that has all the Talmudic sources, so that I can have them all (preferably in one document)?

Also, which parts of Moed Katan specifically?

Is the material permitted to learn on Tisha B'av available online?

From Aish.com:

Other prohibitions include...Learning Torah, since this is a joyful activity. It is permitted to learn texts relevant to Tisha B'Av and mourning -- e.g. the Book of Lamentations, Book of Job, parts of Tractate Moed Katan, Gittin 56-58, Sanhedrin 104, Yerushalmi end of Ta'anis, and the Laws of Mourning. In-depth study should be avoided. (MB 554:4)

Is the material that we are permitted to learn on Tisha B'av available online?

Ideally, I'd like to have some sort of document that includes the different sources that I can save to my computer, for offline reference. I understand it's not realistic to expect a pdf of the complete books of Iyov and Eicha, but all the different Talmudic sources in one pdf would be useful.

If that's not available, it would be nice to know where the material is availabe online.

Also, which parts of Moed Katan specifically?

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From Aish.com:

Other prohibitions include...Learning Torah, since this is a joyful activity. It is permitted to learn texts relevant to Tisha B'Av and mourning -- e.g. the Book of Lamentations, Book of Job, parts of Tractate Moed Katan, Gittin 56-58, Sanhedrin 104, Yerushalmi end of Ta'anis, and the Laws of Mourning. In-depth study should be avoided. (MB 554:4)

Is anyone aware of a document available online that has all thesethe Talmudic sources, so that I can have them all (preferably in one document)?

Also, which parts of Moed Katan specifically?

From Aish.com:

Other prohibitions include...Learning Torah, since this is a joyful activity. It is permitted to learn texts relevant to Tisha B'Av and mourning -- e.g. the Book of Lamentations, Book of Job, parts of Tractate Moed Katan, Gittin 56-58, Sanhedrin 104, Yerushalmi end of Ta'anis, and the Laws of Mourning. In-depth study should be avoided. (MB 554:4)

Is anyone aware of a document available online that has all these sources, so that I can have them all in one document?

Also, which parts of Moed Katan specifically?

From Aish.com:

Other prohibitions include...Learning Torah, since this is a joyful activity. It is permitted to learn texts relevant to Tisha B'Av and mourning -- e.g. the Book of Lamentations, Book of Job, parts of Tractate Moed Katan, Gittin 56-58, Sanhedrin 104, Yerushalmi end of Ta'anis, and the Laws of Mourning. In-depth study should be avoided. (MB 554:4)

Is anyone aware of a document available online that has all the Talmudic sources, so that I can have them all (preferably in one document)?

Also, which parts of Moed Katan specifically?

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