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Rabbi Aryeh Citron was educated in Chabad Yeshivahs in Los Angeles, New York, Israel & Australia. He was the Rosh Kolel of The Shul of Bal Harbor Florida & is now an Adult Torah Teacher in Surfside, Florida. He teaches classes on Talmud, Chassidism, Jewish History & Contemporary Jewish Law.
Parshat Vayakhel
Although the halachic authorities concur that electricity per se is not considered fire, it is nevertheless universally agreed upon that one may not operate electrical appliances on Shabbat. There are various reasons offered for this...
Ten common halachic misunderstandings, the truth, and the possible origins of the myths.
Parshat Pikudei
A person must behave in a way that is beyond reproach, both the reproach of G‑d and of his fellow man.
Parshat Vayeishev
Lessons from the Torah regarding proper childrearing and education.
Parshat Metzora
How to use one's power of speech in a positive and healing manner.
Parshat Nitzavim
A collection of the sources from the Torah that serve as the basis for belief in Moshiach and for the details regarding Moshiach and the messianic era.
Parshat Matot
After the Jewish people were victorious in their war against the Midianites, Elazar the high priest taught them the laws of “kosherizing” food utensils taken from the spoils of the enemy. The reason for this immersion is to bring the vessel into the holy ...
Parshat Acharei
This article explores the Torah’s rules regarding whom one may and may not marry.
Parshat Balak
Our Sages recognized that in order to overcome natural temptations, a person must control his sight and thoughts —the faculties through which he can be led astray. The most common cause of a forbidden union is a man and woman – not married to each other –...
Parshat Kedoshim
The Torah recognizes that often a worker is in urgent need of his wages; he needs to feed himself and/or his family. To postpone paying him may cause him distress and, in some cases, death. In addition, by keeping this mitzvah we train ourselves to be com...
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