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This class teaches the special significance of the last day of Chanukah, which is referred to as Zos Chanukah.

Zos Chanukah - The Last Day of Chanukah

Zos Chanukah - The Last Day of Chanukah

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Zos Chanukah

This class teaches the special significance of the last day of Chanukah, which is referred to as Zos Chanukah.
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Dedicated in loving memory of Rabbi Lipa Schapiro, of blessed memory.
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Anonymous Toronto December 19, 2017

Thoughts on Zos Chanukah If the culmination of Chanukah is on the final day, and the other days of Chanukah are included in that last day, why is it that a bracha is recited at all on each of the other seven days?

It occurred to me that the letters Zayin and Aleph are included in the word "Zos" of "Zos Chanukah", and that the Taf, as final letter of the Aleph Bais, is the ultimate inclusive letter (Os Kollel), such that it includes both the Aleph and Zayin within it. A thought... Reply

Anonymous Toronto December 19, 2017

Zos Chanukah A deep, and holy, exposition of Zos Chanukah based on the teachings of Chabad. May we all merit to actualize our potential! Reply

Duvid Yehonasan ben Avraham Cincinnati, OH December 21, 2011

Zos Hannukah Presentation This was a very informative lecture in which I learned many things about Hanukkah besides the meaning of Zos Hanukkah. I particularly enjoyed the elucidation of the fundamental principle underlying the difference between the rulings of Bet Shammai and those of Bet Hillel. Reply

David Kasrelevicius December 10, 2010

I was surprised and learned something NEW at my age, 68. Thank you. Reply

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