Machon Lemaan Yilmedu held a series of shiurim in practical halacha, in memory of the director of the Machon in the US, Rabbi Zushe Wilhelm a”h, who passed away one year ago. The Yom Iyun was open to the public and was broadcast live.
Last Sunday, Machon Lemaan Yilmedu held a series of shiurim in practical halacha, in memory of the director of the Machon in the US, Rabbi Zushe Wilhelm a”h, who passed away one year ago. The Yom Iyun was open to the public and was broadcast live on Zoom for many participants who don’t live in Crown Heights.
For five hours, there were lectures on practical halachic topics, given by maggidei shiur of the Machon.
The first speaker was Rabbi Tuvia Kasimov of the Beis Horaah in Crown Heights, on the subject of muttar and assur in the laws of harchakos. He was followed by Rabbi Sholom Zirkind on using crockpots on Shabbos.
Rabbi Yossi Barber gave a shiur on the question of whether one needs to wait six hours after eating french fries in a meat restaurant. Rabbi Asher Webb delved into the halachic transition of night into day as this applies to the laws of tefilla.
The final shiur was given by the mara d’asra and member of the Beis Din Tzedek of Crown Heights, Rabbi Yosef Yeshaya Braun, about the status of kohanim in Yemos Ha’Moshiach, and about what the Rebbe said that in the future every Jew will be able to enter the Holy of Holies.
The Yom Iyun ended with a chassidishe farbrengen with Rabbi Berel Junik who spoke about his brother-in-law, Rabbi Zushe Wilhelm a”h, whose life was dedicated to learning and spreading Torah.
Rabbi Barber – Waiting 6 Hours After French Fries From A Fleishig Restaurant
Rabbi Zirkind – Is One Allowed to Use a crockpot on Shabbos?
Rabbi Kasimov – The permitted and forbidden in the laws of harchakos
Rabbi Webb – Halachic time boundaries – Night evolving into day
Harav Braun – Who will be the Kohanim in the times of Moshiach?
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