Should I Be Saying Three Brachos for Rice?

Watch at 7 PM: Harav Gedalya Oberlander will answer practical halachic questions including saying three brachos for rice, saying Tehillim in middle of davening, a lost kesuba, 60 breaths of sleep, and davening that someone in pain should pass away. Also follow up on naming a boy after a woman, reciting korbanos before the time for mincha, and adding a candle after missing one.

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The series of Halacha Q&A with Harav Gedalya Oberlander on has garnered much interest from community members and rabbonim alike. The common and contemporary questions are addressed with direct and practical answers.

Harav Gedalya Oberlander is the rov of Heichal Menachem in Monsey, NY, and a member of Vaad Rabbonei Lubavitch, and he is known for his breadth of knowledge and clear psak. He will be answering contemporary shailos in a weekly column on

Shailos can be emailed to [email protected].

The shiur will take place on Sundays at 7:00 pm EDT and will be streamed exclusively on

For all previous videos, click here.

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  1. Perhaps it’s worthwhile to have an written summary of the actual psak in these shiurim. Same fir Rabbi Raskin’s weekly class.
    No need for entire back-and-forth but only the bottom line halacha. Some of us don’t have the time to watch the entire video. also, this way a Google search will have all these issues to come up

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