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Jewish Holidays
The fast of the 17th of Tammuz commemorates five tragic events that occurred on that date. The first dates back to the times of Moses . . .
Jewish Holidays
Here is a quick way to make sure you are up to speed on this special day and its significance.
Jewish History
To provide a taste of Maimonides’ vast teachings, we present 32 quotes from his magnum opus, Mishneh Torah.

Free choice is the quintessential expression of G‑d, for He alone is truly free. G‑d breathes within the human being, and so we too become free to choose our path home.

Darkness, confusion and the possibility of evil—all this then has a purpose of its own: It provides a stage for us to find G‑d within ourselves...

TheRebbe.org
The prayers for the fast of 17 Tammuz begin: “Permit G-d no silence, until He sets and establishes Jerusalem as the praise of the earth." The Rebbe asks 'How can we challenge G-d?'
Questions & Answers
Why Jewish music is (so often) in minor
Jewish News
I dialed the number for the Health Ministry. They told me that if the message was sent to me, it was not a mistake, and that I must go into quarantine for two weeks
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Each and every ordinary day can indeed become a moed, a holiday, a day filled with enthusiasm, holiness and joy.
Chabad.org Video
Cruel intentions often lead to cruel actions. Yet the goodness of actions cannot be judged from their intentions. (Parsha Perks | Pinchas | with Dr Michael Chighel)
Jewish News
‘Spiritual Education’ by Aryeh Solomon is a detailed, magisterial presentation
Jewish News
A simultaneous new start to study of Mishneh Torah and Sefer Hamitzvot
Questions & Answers
Was it on the 9th or 17th of Tammuz?
Jewish News
Rabbis Mendy Kaminker and Chanoch Kaplan honored
Do not scorn any man, and do not discount any thing. For there is no man who has not his hour, and no thing that has not its place
– Ethics of the Fathers, 4:3
Moses Breaks Tablets (1313 BCE)
The Talmud (Taanit 28b) lists five tragic events in Jewish history that occurred on Tammuz 17, on... Read More »
Temple Service Disrupted (423 BCE)
The daily sacrificial offerings (Korban Tamid) in the Holy Temple were discontinued, three weeks... Read More »
Jerusalem Walls Breached (69 CE)
The other three national tragedies mourned on Tammuz 17 are connected with the Roman conquest of... Read More »
Tammuz 17 is a fast day, devoted to mourning the breaching of Jerusalem's walls and the other tragic... Read More »
The 17th of Tammuz also marks the beginning of The Three Weeks period of mourning which culminates on... Read More »
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