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Rabbi Judah the Prince (circa 135–219 CE), also known as Rabbeinu Hakadosh, is credited with having compiled statements of earlier sages to form the Mishnah, when the Oral Law was in peril of being forgotten. In this class we also go through Maimonides’ list of the generations of Torah transmission.

The Mishnah

The Mishnah

The Jews in Exile

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The Mishnah: The Jews in Exile

Rabbi Judah the Prince (circa 135–219 CE), also known as Rabbeinu Hakadosh, is credited with having compiled statements of earlier sages to form the Mishnah, when the Oral Law was in peril of being forgotten. In this class we also go through Maimonides’ list of the generations of Torah transmission.
Introduction to Mishneh Torah
Talmud, Jewish History, Mishnah, Judah the Prince, Rabbi, Mishnaic Sages, Oral Torah
Rabbi Mendel Dubov is the director of Chabad in Sussex County, NJ, and a member of faculty at the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown, NJ.
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Sophiee Saguy December 4, 2014

Truly enjoying this class. Thank you for posting it. Reply

Anonymous Arizona, USA April 25, 2013

The Mishnah The Jews in Exile Dear Rabbi Dubov, thank you for your reply to my question. I have taken copies of it today. I am grateful. May HaShem keep on blessing you and yours for your dedication of the teaching of Torah. Reply

Mendel Dubov Sparta< NJ April 24, 2013

To Anonymous Arizona, USA Please click the link under the video to "Related Text". Reply

Antonio Martin-Natal Pensacola April 24, 2013

The Mishnah Shalom, could you please send me a written copy, the same one your reading and the students have. I really we''ll appreciate it much. Very important to my Torah studies. Very well explained rabbi Dubov, mozel tov. B'H.. Reply

Antonio Martin-Natal Pensacola April 24, 2013

The Mishnah Very well explained by rabbi Dubov, mozel tov. B'H.. Reply

Mendel Dubov Sparta, NJ April 23, 2013

In response Please click the link under the video to "Related Text".

We cannot handle a pen on Shabbat because we may come to write with it. Writing is one of the modes of work the Torah prohibits us from doing on Shabbat, for any purpose other than saving a life, even to study Torah. Reply

Anonymous Arizona, USA April 22, 2013

The Mishnah The Jews in Exile Dear Rabbi Dubov, could you be so kind as to download a copy of the instruction in this class? It would be a great thing to study it. You did a great job at explaining it, but I am not that young, I need to constantly study Torah and the history. I have a question: Why are we not allowed to use a pen on Shabbat? Can we write anything from Torah if we are studying Torah on Shabbat? e.g. A question about certain passage in Torah, or write a verse so that we do not forget it? Thank you for your teaching Rabbi Dubov. Reply

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