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It is customary to participate in a "siyum" celebrating the completion of a section in Torah during the days that we mourn the Temple's destruction

Daily Siyum - Live Broadcast

Daily Siyum - Live Broadcast

Nine Days Daily Live Siyum

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Daily Siyum Broadcast: Nine Days Daily Live Siyum

It is customary to participate in a "siyum" celebrating the completion of a section in Torah during the days that we mourn the Temple's destruction
Three Weeks, Siyum

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Each program runs for approximately 15 minutes. This program will be simultaneously broadcasted locally in the New York area Sunday-Friday on Radio WSNR 620AM and Saturday night on Radio WMCA 570AM.

5776-2016 Siyum Schedule
1 Av – Friday, August 5 Tractate Tamid 1:45 PM ET
2 Av – Saturday Night, August 6 Tractate Sota 11:59 PM ET
3 Av – Sunday, August 7 Tractate Sanhedrin 7:00 PM ET
4 Av – Monday, August 8 Tractate Nidah 7:00 PM ET
5 Av – Tuesday, August 9 Tractate Sukkah 7:00 PM ET
6 Av – Wednesday, August 10 Tractate Eiruvin 7:00 PM ET
7 Av – Thursday, August 11 Tractate Kiddushin 7:45 PM ET
8 Av – Friday, August 12 Tractate Chagigah 1:45 PM ET
11 Av – Monday, August 15 Tractate Kesubos 7:00 PM ET
12 Av – Tuesday, August 16 Tractate Tamid 7:00 PM ET
13 Av – Wednesday, August 17 Tractate Chagigah 7:00 PM ET
14 Av – Thursday, August 18 Tractate Kereisos 4:00 PM ET
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Jenny New York August 12, 2016

Shabbat Shalom!
Thank you!🙂 Reply

Abe Nj August 12, 2016

@Anonymous We (change) do not eat meat even after hearing the siyum. But we try listen to a siyum daily anyway Reply

Anonymous 10952 August 9, 2016

So it's not allowed to eat meat after siyum So it's not allowed to eat meat after siyum Reply

Anonymous August 8, 2016

Yesterday I watched the first Siyum in the morning... Enjoyed immensely!!
Please could you repeat last nights again!!! The time difference makes it difficult to watch... Thanks and Tizku Lmitzvos Reply

Elena Quackenbush Vicksburg August 7, 2016

Sound Thank you. The sound needs to be worked on. Reply

Anonymous Brooklyn August 7, 2016

Long live Chabad My burger is getting cold..... Nooooooo Reply

Anonymous August 5, 2016

Sound Not loud enough Reply

yonason Kahanovitch Brooklyn July 21, 2015

Beitzah Thanks for the rebbe word on beitzah, which sicha? Reply

Eli July 21, 2015

Doesn't allow one to eat meat Not only do you need to be there in order to partake of the festive meat meal, you have to be someone that would normally be invited and not merely attending for the purpose of "allowing" oneself to eat meat. This should be made very clear on this site. Reply

James Brush Miami Beach August 9, 2014

Tish be AV Thank you Rabbi Seligson. Tish be Av Temple. How can the Temple ever ever be in again in Jerusalem Jerusalem? After all the destructions? Reply

Rachel Herman Baltimore July 29, 2014

Thank you! Thank you Rabbi Seligson and NCFJE for the siyum!! Reply

Anonymous wi via chabadofmadison.com July 28, 2014

can not view Reply

Kayo Tokyo July 20, 2013

Siyum on 14th of Av Beautiful! Reply

James Brush Key Largo July 17, 2013

Tish b av I really appreciate this teaching. My grandfather tried to tell me this in yiddish when I was 5. I really the English explaination. Reply

Menachem Posner July 9, 2013

RE: Why not? The rationale behind eating meat is that there are certain joyous occasions that override the sadness of the 9 Days. One of them is the celebration of finishing a section of Torah. However, that only helps for those who participate in the actual celebration and the meal that ensues. Since virtual viewers are not present at the celebration, they cannot eat meat. Reply

Chana Benjaminson July 8, 2013

To Anonymous Philadelphia Feel free to ask away! The word is Shulchan Aruch, the literal meaning is 'set table' and is a reference to the standard code of Jewish law, compiled by Rabbi Yosef Karo. You can find more information here Reply

Anonymous Philadelphia July 8, 2013

What's Shulcnarukah? he didn't translate some of the hebrew he was using.. Reply

Ephraim R. July 8, 2013

Another optional server? I have an Android atrix, and my device doesn't have this video format available on it. Can there possibly be another option how it can be viewed for the conveniences of others? Thanks for understanding. Reply

levi July 8, 2013

on phone? can i listen on the phone? Reply

Anonymous July 8, 2013

Why not? What is the halachic reasoning that I couldn't watch a live Siyum and be able to eat meat?? Reply

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