Rav Shlomo Levy

Rav Yitzchak Levi served in the Intelligence Corps in the IDF, reaching the rank of Major in the standing army. Upon his discharge from the army, he joined the Kollel of Yeshivat Har Etzion where he studied for nine years, while simultaneously earning a Bachelor's degree in Jewish History and Archeology. Rav Levi headed the Ulpana in Elkana for four years and afterwards, returned to the Yeshiva. Today, he serves as the Mashgiach of Yeshivat Har Etzion and teaches Tanach and Eretz Yisrael Studies at the Herzog College.

Teacher Title Abstract Course
Rav Shlomo Levy Prozbul Halakha
Rav Shlomo Levy Reciting "Ha-motzi" over Matza at the Seder Halakhot of Pesach
Rav Shlomo Levy Priorities in Eating Matza at the Seder Halakhot of Pesach
Rav Shlomo Levy Sekhakh Placed Upon a Support (Ma'amid) that is Not Fit to Serve Halakhot of the Sukka
Rav Shlomo Levy Days of Tikkun Ha-middot In this shiur, we discuss the role of sefirat ha-omer in our attempt to achieve tikkun ha-middot, better character. Holiday Packages
Rav Shlomo Levy "One and Seven" Should we start with eight lights, and light one less each day of Chanuka such that on the last night we light only one, or should we light one single flame on the first night and add one more each night? The Meaning of Chanuka
Rav Shlomo Levy "One and Seven" Kabbalistic teachings describe God's manifestation in the world as "emanating" by way of the ten Sefirot.
Rav Shlomo Levy Where to Light on Chanuka This shiur will deal with the place where one should kindle Chanuka lights.
Rav Shlomo Levy The Torah Reading of Purim Although the Gemara says that Torah reading cannot be less than ten verses, the reading on Purim is only nine verses. What accounts for this?