8:00pm: What Responsibility Do Websites Have to Their Readers?

The topics in this week’s 255th episode of the highly acclaimed popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: What Responsibility Do Websites Have to Their Readers? What Future Is There in These Challenging Times for a Yeshiva Student Without a Secular Education? Can a Rebbe Make a Mistake? Who Is the Tzaddik Yesod Olam Today? Does Yogati U’Motzosi Actually Work? Why Can’t I Give My Son the Choice to Have a Bris Later in Life? Does Chassidus Explain the Reason for Different Hair Colors, White Hair and Baldness?

Shraga Frank, A Musical “Sam Bulgar”

The clarinetist Shraga Frank presents a special performance full of emotion and joy with a rendition of the Klezmer tune “Sam’s bulgar”. The melody “Sam’s bulgar” is an ancient Klezmer tune that played in European towns in times of joy and on various occasions.

Video of the Day

Watch as the mayor of Bnei Brak Avraham Rubinstein announces the successors of the Rav Bnei Brak, Harav Rabbi Moshe Landau obm who passed away Motzai Shabbos. He will be replaced by two Rabbonim, the late Ravs son Rabbi Chaim Isaac Landau, and Rabbi Shevach Zvi Rosenblatt.

New Tool for Dispersing Riots: ‘The Roar’

The IDF used a new system, the “Sha’aga” (“Roar”) to disperse violent demonstrators that took part in riots at the Gaza Strip border over the weekend. The rioters numbered in the tens of thousands, ending with four people dead, and hundreds injured.