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

5773-2013 Siyum Schedule
1 Av – Monday, July 8 8:00 PM ET

2 Av – Tuesday, July 9 8:00 PM ET

3 Av – Wednesday, July 10 8:00 PM ET

4 Av – Thursday, July 11 8:00 PM ET

5 Av – Friday, July 12 1:45 PM ET

7 Av – Saturday Night, July 13 11:00 PM ET

8 Av – Monday, July 15 7:00 PM ET

10 Av – Wednesday, July 17 8:00 PM ET

11 Av – Thursday, July 18 8:00 PM ET

12 Av – Friday, July 19 1:45 PM ET

14 Av – Saturday Night, July 20 11:00 PM ET

15 Av – Monday, July 22 8:00 PM ET

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July 20, 2013
Siyum on 14th of Av
Beautiful!
Kayo
Tokyo
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.
James Brush
Key Largo
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.
Menachem Posner
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
Chana Benjaminson
July 8, 2013
What's Shulcnarukah?
he didn't translate some of the hebrew he was using..
Anonymous
Philadelphia
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.
Ephraim R.
July 8, 2013
on phone?
can i listen on the phone?
levi
July 8, 2013
Why not?
What is the halachic reasoning that I couldn't watch a live Siyum and be able to eat meat??
Anonymous
July 26, 2012
Where
Where is it listed?

Thank You!
Eugina Giovanna Herrera
New York, New York
August 7, 2011
To Zeev
You are correct. A virtual siyum does not allow the participant to eat meat. However it does serve another purpose: A siyum is not just a loophole to allow us to have our hamburgers. Rather, it serves to infuse simcha shel mitzvah (the joy of serving G-d) into these otherwise sad times. This joy is contagious, and hearing a siyum over the internet is surely a good way to tap into that joy--at least remotely. So while it does not allow you to eat meat, it certainly does change the atmosphere of this period. Instead of just looking backward at the destruction, we can also look forward to the rebuilding.
Menachem Posner
Montreal, Quebec
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