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The Daily Halacha is recorded every morning by Rabbi Eli J Mansour in Shaharit at Congregation Bet Yaakob, which is located in Brooklyn New York during the winter months, and in Ohel Yaacob on Lawrence Ave Shul in Deal NJ during the summer months. The Halacha is then transcribed with grammatical edit, and then uploaded for broadcast the next day.
Rabbi Eli J Mansour serves as the Rabbi of Cong Bet Yaakob, soon to be relocated to a new permanent home to be renamed The Edmond J Safra Synagogue.
We also broadcast each week, a lesson that we can apply in every day life from the Parasha of the week. The Rabbi delivers each week a 1 hour insight on the Parasha, and from this we extract the concept into 2-3 pages for your reading and review. The purpose of this is to provide an interesting lesson, and a topic that can be discussed on the Friday night dinner table with your family.
The general rule in the Halacha Yomi (Daily Halacha) is to follow the opinion of Maran, Rav Yosef Caro, as his opinion has been accepted by Sephardic Jews. Furthermore, most of the customs discussed follow Sephardic tradition. Lastly, a great emphasis has been placed to recognize the opinion of Chacham Ovadia Yosef shilita.
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