Parsha Podcasts: Hazinu-Sukkos is pleased to bring you a curated selection of audio shiurim on Parshas Hazinu and Sukkos.

Why did Moshe have trouble speaking?

We know that Moshe Rabeinu was a kvad peh (had a speech impediment). Chassidus gives a unique understanding to this, based on the first posuk of this week’s parsha.

Listen to a summary of this explanation, including an important pracitlce lesson, delivered by Rabbi Berel Bell, rov of Anash Montreal.


We’re All United—But How?

It is appropriate for the Mitzva of Lulav to be performed specifically in the Sukkah. This teaches us an important lesson about Yidden being united.

Listen to a summary of a Sicha on this topic, delivered in Yiddish by Reb Yoel Kahn. To see a video of the shiur and to read an English transcript click here.


The status of an Arava with fallen leaves

Often over sukkos some of the leaves of the arovos fall off. Is your Lulav still kosher? 

Listen to short shiur on this topic, delivered by Rabbi Yaakov Goldstein of Click here for a written summary of this including sources.


Simchas Beis Hasho’eivah

Listen to a short shiur on the inner meaning of Simchas Beis Hasho’eivah, delivered in Yiddish by Rabbi Leib Altein of Heichal Menachem


Harav Levi Yitzchak on Sukos (New)

The Rebbe’s father gives an amazing understanding to a machlokes between Beis Shamai and Beis Hilel as to when what part of Halel we shake the lulav.

Delivered by Rabbi Moshe Gourarie, an editor of Chassidus Mevueres on Tanya.

Chol Hamoed Sukos – Important halachos

Listen to a short shiur summarizing some important halachos regarding Chol Hamoed Sukkos. Delivered by Rabbi Yossi Shusterm Rov in Beverly Hills, CA. 


Responding to the Mention of Hashem’s Name 

In this week’s parsha the Torah states: “When I call out the name of Hashem, ascribe greatness to our G-d”. Rashi explains: “From here, our Rabbis derived [the rule] that [the listeners] should respond: “Blessed be the Name of His glorious Kingdom [forever and ever]!” after [every] blessing [recited] in the Temple”.

Listen to an in depth shiur on this topic delivered by renowned lecturer Rabbi Yossi Paltiel.


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