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JEC Middle School Begins New Learning Opportunity - Jewish Link of New Jersey

They are learning Bava Kamma based on the Talmud Israeli program. The boys first learned with chavrutas and the sound of active learning had a real beit midrash feel! Rabbi Karlin then reviewed the material and added insights. It was impressive how ...

The Klausenberger Rebbe and the Shalom Zachar - Yeshiva World News

This is how the Terumas HaDeshen understands the view of Rabbeinu Tam cited in Tosfos in Bava Kamma (80a, “Yeshua HaBen”). NEW SPIN ON THE GRATITUDE REASON. Perhaps the incident cited above gives us a new reason for the Shalom Zachar.

The Holiness Of Healing - Jewish Week

According to the Torah, the guilty party must provide healing for the victim, from which the Talmud deduces [Bava Kamma 85a] the aggressor's obligation to pay for medical care (with extra remuneration for pain, humiliation and damages for loss of ...

The Shalom Zachar – And the Shabbos Kiddush for Girls: Halachic Analysis - Yeshiva World News

The meal is called “Shavuah HaBas” and it parallels the name found in Bava Kamma called Shavuah HaBen. It is also likely that the Kiddush that we have in shul on Shabbos when a girl is born is in order to fulfill this idea too. It is well known that ...

What the Talmud Says About Trump's Border Wall, Paid For by Mexico - Tablet Magazine

Bava Batra, “the last gate,” is the third tractate in the series that began with Bava Kamma, “the first gate,” and Bava Metzia, “the middle gate.” Originally all three formed a single super-tractate, before being divided for convenience's sake, and ...

Is 'An Eye for an Eye' Really an Eye for an Eye? - Tablet Magazine

Yet this principle is directly contradicted by the mishna in Bava Kamma 83b, which has nothing to say about reciprocal injuries. Rather, the mishna says that “one who injures another” is liable to pay five kinds of penalties: “for damage, for pain, for ...

Tied Up in Knots Over a Goring Ox - Tablet Magazine

Earlier, in Bava Kamma 37a, the Mishna distinguished between injuries to other oxen, to human beings, to large animals, and to small animals. It is possible for an ox to be forewarned with regard to one type of victim without becoming forewarned in ...

One Law for Jews, Another Law for Gentiles - Tablet Magazine

Obviously, only Jews are bound by the laws prohibiting labor on Shabbat or enjoining the building of a sukkah. Only marriages between Jews are governed by the Jewish marriage contract, the ketubah. But now, in Tractate Bava Kamma, we are dealing with ...

Toward a Taxonomy of Damage - Tablet Magazine

The Babylonian Talmud is composed of six large divisions, known as Sedarim or “Orders.” At the beginning of June, Daf Yomi readers reached a milestone when we began the fourth of the Talmud's orders, Seder Nezikin, starting with Tractate Bava Kamma.

Halachic Analysis: The Shalom Zachar - Yeshiva World News

The first reason is proposed by Rabbeinu Tam on the Gemorah in Bava Kamma 80a. The Gemorah there explains that Rav and Shmuel went to a house of a “Shavuah haBen” and others say it was a house of a “Yeshuah HaBen.” Rashi correlates Shavuah ...

Bava Kamma is the first of a series of three Talmudic tractates in the order Nezikin that deal with civil matters such as damages and torts. The other two of these tractates are Bava Metzia and Bava Batra: originally all three formed a single tractate called Nezikin, each "Bava" meaning "part" or "subdivision". Bava Kamma discusses various forms of damage and the compensation owed for them.

Bava Kamma (Talmudic Aramaic: בבא קמא Babha Qamma, "The First Gate"; often transliterated Baḇa Ḳamma) is the first of a series of three Talmudic tractates in the order Nezikin ("Damages") that deal with civil matters such as damages and torts. The other two of these tractates are Bava Metzia and Bava Batra: originally all three formed a single tractate called Nezikin, each "Bava" meaning "part" or "subdivision". Bava Kamma discusses various forms of damage and the compensation owed for them.

Biblical laws dealing with the cases discussed in Bava Kamma are contained in the following passages: Exodus 21:18–19, and Exodus 21:24–22:5. The principle that underlies the legislation in this respect is expressed by the sentence, "He that kindled the fire shall surely make restitution".Exodus 22:5

Bava Kamma consists of ten chapters, which may be grouped as follows: damage caused without criminality (chaps. i–vi); damage caused by a criminal act (chaps. vii–x).

Talmud Daf Yomi Bava Kamma 2 Gemarrah Rabbi Weisblum דף יומי בבא קמא ב׳ הרב ויסבלום תלמוד גמרא

Talmud daf Yomi class for Tractate Bava Kamma (Kama) by Rabbi Dr. Moshe P. Weisblum. תלמוד שיעור דף יומי למסכת בבא קמא על ידי הרב ד"ר משה פינחס...

Bava Kamma 3:9

Rabbi Fleischmann does Bava Kamma 3:9 for his 6th graders!

Bava Kama 2a 1st Video

The Mishna and beginning of the Gemara on Bava Kama 2a.

NFL meets Bava Kamma

Bava Kamma 113a + My Perspective On The All4Truth Debacle

https://www.sefaria.org/Bava_Kamma.113a.21?lang=en&vside=Wikisource_Talmud_Bavli&with=Version%20Open&lang2=en.

Talmud Daf Yomi Bava Kamma 113 Gemarrah Rabbi Weisblum דף יומי בבא קמא קי"ג הרב ויסבלום תלמוד גמרא

Talmud Daf Yomi class for Tractate Bava Kamma (Kama) by Rabbi Dr. Moshe P. Weisblum. תלמוד שיעור דף יומי למסכת בבא קמא על ידי הרב ד"ר משה פינחס...