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Rav Yosef Zvi Rimon's newest books connect to eleven of the prohibitions on Shabbat, from sowing to cooking. Rav Rimon uses his signature teaching style by presenting the halakha from the Torah source, and follows it through Torah She'Baal Peh – from the Mishna, Gemara, Rishonim, and Achronim, including contemporary poskim and practical questions.
Rav Rimon writes in fluid, modern Hebrew and includes charts and pictures.
Written for a broad, halakhically-minded audience, this two volume set is appropriate for anyone who wishes to learn Hilkhot Shabbat and understand the development of the halakhot through their sources.
Rabbi Yosef-Tzvi Rimon studied at the Netiv Meir Yeshiva High School in Jerusalem and joined Yeshivat Har Etzion in 1987. He served in the Armored Corps in the context of his army service in the Hesder Program and earned a Bachelor of Education degree from the Herzog College. He has served as a Ram in the Yeshiva since 1996 and also teaches classes in halacha for the entire Yeshiva. In 2001, Rav Rimon headed the Halacha Program in the Yeshiva's Kollel, and published a book "Shiurei Shevi'it" on the laws of Shemitta. Today, Rav Rimon serves as a neighborhood Rav in Alon Shevut, and as a Ram for first-year students in the Yeshiva. He publishes study sheets on various halachic topics and teaches at the Herzog College and at the Beit Midrash for Women in Migdal Oz.
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