Newsletter #29 Print E-mail
Sunday, 07 August 2011 00:00

1) ט' באב

We welcome visitors to Jerusalem on ט' באב – please join us for the Davening.

Ma'ariv is at 8:04, Shacharis is at 7:15, Mincho is at 6:35 and Ma'ariv (מוצאי צום) is at 7:52.

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2) Mazal Tovs, and Condolences!

Birkas Mazal Tov to R’ and Mrs. Dovid Yitzchok Pakter, on the engagement of their daughter Miriam to Moshe Hamburger. Mazal tov also to Rav and Mrs. Binyomin Shlomo Hamburger, head of Machon Moreshes Ashkenaz, on the engagement of their son Moshe to Miriam Pakter.

Mazel Tov to R' and Mrs. Avrohom Hilel Sinanson on the engagement of their son Nochum.

ברכת המקום ינחם אתכם to R' Boruch Baus, on the Petiroh of his mother.


The first edition of Siddur Tefillas Yeshurun sold out and a second edition is being arranged for print. Many errors that appeared in the first edition are being fixed, and much toil is being put in to this second edition.

Siddur Tefillas Yeshurun follows Minhag Ashkenaz and reverted back to the nuscho’ous which existed before the innovations which came into the Siddur by the Censor and the Maskilim (Satanov etc.).

In the first edition of Tefillas Yeshurun there was an attempt to give 2 different options to the Mispallel:

1. Nusach Yoshon (NY) - which was the old Nusach in FF’aM a few hundred years ago.

2. Nusach Mekubal (NM) - the Nusach used in the recent years in FF’aM, including any change that was done to the Siddur which has a source in the Poskim (even if not in the Frankfurter Poskim).

For example - Melech Mehulol Batishbochous (NM), or Melech Mehulol Batushbochous (NY).

Since people complained it is complicated to use a Siddur with 2 different Nuscho'ous in it, in the 2nd edition there will be only one Nusach in the Siddur, and the other Nusach will be printed at the bottom.

Rabbi Hofmeister of Vienna, the head of the project, was thinking of printing both options (some hundred Siddurim one way, and some the other way), and we wanted to ask you, our dear readers: which of the 2 options would you like to see in the Siddur, and which should be printed at the bottom, so we can pass on the data.
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Phone: +972-2-571-5824

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73 Nof Ramot

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P.O.B. 23288
Jerusalem 91231