Rav Elchanan Elgrod-Practical Halachot-04September2014

All the practical Halachots. What a Jew need to know from the time you wake up to the time you go to bed. Everything dealing with Shabbat,the Hagim and everyday. Kishur Halachot Misirot

Rav Elchanan Elgrod-Practical Halachot Elul-28August2014

All the practical Halachots. What a Jew need to know from the time you wake up to the time you go to bed. Everything dealing with Shabbat,the Hagim and everyday. Kishur Halachot Misirot

Rav Elchanan Elgrod-Practical Halachot-Bein Hametzarim-24July2014

All the practical Halachots. What a Jew need to know from the time you wake up to the time you go to bed. Everything dealing with Shabbat,the Hagim and everyday. Kishur Halachot Misirot

Rav Elchanan Elgrod-Practical Halachot-Bein Hametzarim-17July2014

Bein Hametzarim

Rav Elchanan Elgrod-Practical Halachot-Fast Days-10July2014

Kishur Halachot Misirot

Rav Elchanan Elgrod-Practical Halachot-Clothing-12June2014

All the practical Halachots. What a Jew need to know from the time you wake up to the time you go to bed. Everything dealing with Shabbat,the Hagim and everyday. Kishur Halachot Misirot

Rav Elchanan Elgrod-Practical Halachot-Kippah-22May2014

All the practical Halachots. What a Jew need to know from the time you wake up to the time you go to bed. Everything dealing with Shabbat,the Hagim and everyday. Kishur Halachot Misirot

Rav Elchanan Elgrod-Practical Halachot-08May2014

All the practical Halachots. What a Jew need to know from the time you wake up to the time you go to bed. Everything dealing with Shabbat,the Hagim and everyday. Kishur Halachot Misirot

Rav Elchanan Elgrod: Breslov Posek-Laws and Customs of Hanukah 6 Dec 2012

Rav Elchanan Elgrod: Breslov Posek-Laws and Customs of Hanukah

Rav Elchanan Elgrod-Posek-Laws of Lashon Hara-31January2013

A detailed discussion of l lashon hara.
Lashon hara is the halakhic term for derogatory speech about another person. Lashon hara differs from defamation in that its focus is on the use of true speech for a wrongful purpose, rather than falsehood and harm arising. By contrast, hotzaat shem ra (“spreading a bad name”), also called hotzaat diba, consists of untrue remarks, and is best translated as “slander” or “defamation”. Hotzaat shem ra is worse, and consequentially a graver sin, than lashon hara.The act of gossiping is called rechilut, and is also forbidden by Jewish law.