Tu BiShvat Seder

More than in the past, many Jews today celebrate Tu BiShvat. Machon HaTorah VeHaAretz, founded in Gush Katif and devoted to the study and implementation of the mitzvos hatluyos baAretz, published this free online Tu BiShvat Seder which rabbonim might find helpful in turning this into an opportunity to learn Torah.
Webpage: https://www.toraland.org.il/en/beit-midrash/articles/around-the-jewish-year/digital-seder-tu-bishevat/
Direct link to PDF: http search https://www.toraland.org.il/media/5270681/tu-bishvat-digital-version-activity-kit.pdf [...Click headline above for more...] 

Halacha Question: Haskomos

Reminder that the Shevat Halacha Challenge will conclude on Rosh Chodesh Adar 1. Please send your answers by Sunday, February 3 to Igud.Halacha@Gmail.com. This month’s question is:


מחבר ספר שיש לו הסכמות מרבנים וביניהם יש כהן האם יש להקדים הסכמתו משום “וקדשתו”? [...Click headline above for more...] 

New Book: Rav Yosef Salamon

Mazal tov to RAA/Igud Vice President, Rav Yosef Salamon, on the publication of his Sefer Likutei Ohavei Yei”sh Al HaTorah. The sefer contains short, impactful divrei Torah on the weekly parashah, perfect for use in a droshoh. The sefer begins with haskomos from Rav Yechezkel Roth, Karlsburger Dayan; Rav Chaim Yehoshua Eichenstein, Zidichover Rebbe of Boro Park; and Rav Naftali Weisz, Spinka Rebbe. [...Click headline above for more...] 

Divrei Torah: Beshalach