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Kitzur Dinei Taharah


A Summary of the Niddah Laws


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A digest of the Niddah laws following the rulings of the Rebbes of Chabad. Hebrew and English sections follow one another. Included is a fold out sample date tracking chart. A summary of the basic laws, it does not discuss problems which may arise in various circumstances. Also included are translations of Sichos and letters of the Lubavitcher Rebbes.

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  • By Kolel Menachem
  • Edited by Rabbi Berel Bell
  • Translated by: Rabbi Yosef Loebenstein and Rabbi Sholom B. Wineberg
  • (120 Pages)Publisher: Kehot, 1983/2005




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