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Introduction to Mishnah

Introduction to Mishnah


Introduction to Mishnah

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In memory of Shmuel Meir ben Moshe,
Batsheva bas Moshe Zalman, and Yosef Yitzchok ben Shmuel Meir.
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Ardan Michael Blum Geneva, Switzerland January 25, 2011

Thank you so much for this recording Reply

Carmen July 28, 2010

Thank you! Thank you very much for teaching.

Thank very much for keeping our precious Torah.

It is amazing what a great work it has been to keep the word of G-d alive.

Thank G-d and thank to the devoted souls of the sages of our people and to their devoted followers. Reply

Sufi-Sunni Al Chabbed June 10, 2010

Bishmilla Thank you for this information.

The parallels between my Deen and your Deen are strikingly similar. Judaism is such a noble way of connecting with the Beloved. I feel so blessed to understand the divine purpose of the Mishnah. May Allah smile on Israel. Reply

Efraim February 17, 2009

thank's I was searching for shiurim on Mishna for a long time...and I even gave up, and only now I discover this. Thank's a lot that you are makeing mishna avaible for the am haaretz. Reply

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