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August 29, 2016 / 25 Av, 5776
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Understanding The Mitzvah Of Megillah


Reading the Book of Esther on Purim

Reading the Book of Esther on Purim
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Raphael Grunfeld’s book, “Ner Eyal on Seder Moed” (distributed by Mesorah) is available at OU.org and your local Jewish bookstore.

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Raphael Grunfeld

About the Author: Raphael Grunfeld’s book, “Ner Eyal on Seder Moed” (distributed by Mesorah) is available at OU.org and your local Jewish bookstore. His new book, “Ner Eyal on Seder Nashim & Nezikin,” will be available shortly.


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