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Sukkah 12

By Michelle Cohen Farber / July 19, 2021 | ื™ืณ ื‘ืื‘ ืชืฉืคืดื

Today’s daf is sponsored by Zichron Yaakov womenโ€™s daf yomi group, “in honor of Rabbanit Michelle and gratitude for her inspiration and her seemingly infinite willingness to be there for us, to share of her wisdom and time to enrich and encourage. Thank you for being part of our local siyum.” And anonymously in memory…

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Sukkah 13

By Michelle Cohen Farber / July 20, 2021 | ื™ืดื ื‘ืื‘ ืชืฉืคืดื

Today’s daf is dedicated by Valerie Adler in honor of her daughter, Anoushka Adler on her wedding. “Dedicated to my darling daughter on her wedding day. May you be blessed to continue in your path and be a wonderful partner to Sagi in good health and happiness. Mazal tov – Ima and Abba.” Different rabbis…

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Sukkah 14

By Michelle Cohen Farber / July 21, 2021 | ื™ืดื‘ ื‘ืื‘ ืชืฉืคืดื

Can one change the status of handles of items from being susceptible to impurity to not being susceptible to impurity by rendering it useless through one’s thoughts or is it necessary to do an action? Can one use wooden boards for sechach? Did the rabbis forbid it as it looks like a ceiling and people…

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Sukkah 15

By Michelle Cohen Farber / July 22, 2021 | ื™ืดื’ ื‘ืื‘ ืชืฉืคืดื

Todayโ€™s daf is dedicated by Lisa Kolodny in memory of Marjorie Glick, Miriam Chana bat Rachel, and in honor of her loving daughter Emma Rinberg who learns the daf. Miriam recently passed away and was a bright, intelligent woman who loved learning and always had a smile for everyone. May her Neshama have an aliya…

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Sukkah 16

By Michelle Cohen Farber / July 23, 2021 | ื™ืดื“ ื‘ืื‘ ืชืฉืคืดื

Today’s daf is sponsored by Mark Goldstein in honor of his wife, Rena Septee Goldstein, on her birthday, “with love to my life chevruta.” If one uses remnants of clothes or utensils for s’chach, it is invalid as it still retains its status of being susceptible to impurity. What are examples of this? In which…

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Sukkah 17

By Michelle Cohen Farber / July 24, 2021 | ื˜ืดื• ื‘ืื‘ ืชืฉืคืดื

The mishna and gemara raise more cases of dofen akuma, when the disqualified s’chach is within four cubits of the walls, we view the wall as if it continues onto the s’chach and it does not disqualify the sukkah. Air space in the s’chach disqualifies the sukkah is it covers a space of three handbreadths.…

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Sukkah 18

By Michelle Cohen Farber / July 25, 2021 | ื˜ืดื– ื‘ืื‘ ืชืฉืคืดื

Today’s daf is sponsored by Jessica Jobaneck on the occasion of her marriage to Harold Kingsberg today and their joint siyum of Masekhet Yoma. “Hereโ€™s to being chevrutas for life.” And by Michael Gordon in honor of his wife Avigail and their 15th wedding anniversary. “Avigail, I am so proud of everything that you do.…

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Sukkah 19

By Michelle Cohen Farber / July 26, 2021 | ื™ืดื– ื‘ืื‘ ืชืฉืคืดื

Todayโ€™s daf is dedicated by Deborah Aschheim (Weiss) NYC is loving memory of her father, David Aschheim, David Moshe ben Meir, whose 41st yahrzeit is today. “Daddy, you were taken from us too early in life. I miss you. You laid the foundations for who I am today. You would be so proud of me…

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Sukkah 20

By Michelle Cohen Farber / July 27, 2021 | ื™ืดื— ื‘ืื‘ ืชืฉืคืดื

Today’s daf is sponsored by Tina Lamm in memory of Asher Mechanic, Asher ben Avraham v’Rina. “In the zechut of all those he helped as a passionately devoted physician, may his neshama have an aliyah.”ย And by Tova and David Kestenbaum to mark the shloshim of Tova’s dear Uncle, Harav Reuven Pinchas ben Harav Chaim Yaakov…

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Sukkah 21

By Michelle Cohen Farber / July 28, 2021 | ื™ืดื˜ ื‘ืื‘ ืชืฉืคืดื

Todayโ€™s daf is sponsored by Erin Piateski in honor of Jessica’s wedding on Sunday. “Mazal tov Jessica and Harold!” The gemara brings the mishna from Ohalot Chapter 3 Mishna 7 regarding a debate between Rabbi Yehuda and the rabbis regarding the laws of impurity of a tent for a tent formed by nature. Rabbi Yehuda’s…

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