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The Systems of the Jewish Year



Our (Jewish) National Debt

Why did the Jews borrow from the Egyptians with no intention to pay them back?
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

The Prophet That Sees the Present

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Turning on G-d’s light

Rabbi Yaacov Haber


It is the small acts of kindness and dedication that render us heroes
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Lets Have an Argument

Beshalach 5774
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Jew! Pay or Deliver

This beautiful exposition of the problems of the world and the challenges that the Jews have faced throughout our history since we first became a Nation, was given by Rav Haber to explain how the Jew is responsible for the rectification of the world. We have the obligation to make ourselves the instruments of redemption and the messengers of Hashem. His analysis of Yetziat Mitzrayim, our Exodus from Egypt, is the paradigm that demonstrates Hashem’s Plan for how the Jewish People will eventually, BE”H, with His help and in our days, create the environment on earth that will permit the coming of the Mashiach.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 52.6 megabytes | 00:57:29

Halachic Lessons From Kriyas Yam Suf

Some practical halachos deduced from the Torah's report of the splitting of the sea
Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Haber

Our Eternal Relationship with Egypt

Rabbi Sender Haber

Our Song

Rabbi Sender Haber

An Honest Mitzvah

Mitzvah, honesty, Amalek, Moses, Whenever we perform a mitzvah, we should ask ourselves whether our motive is perhaps to avoid doing some other less pleasant, but more important, mitzvah.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

When Jews Show Passion

At the splitting of the sea we finally showed some emotion and passion.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

The Merkaz HaRav Shiva is Over

Our reaction to Mercaz Harav massacre. What Amalek did to us. Have we gotten used to the idea?
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Jerusalem Needs A Hug (2004)