Oz Ve Hadar Publishing that is changing the world of Torah

Oz Ve Hadar Publishing that is changing the world of Torah

Oz VeHadar - עוז והדר is a Torah institute that deals with the exclusion and publication of Torah literature. Many new editions of the Babylonian Talmud (Bavli) have been added to the Jewish bookcase in recent years. Admittedly, it seems that Shas Oz and Hadar are setting a place for themselves, setting a particularly high standard of elegant design and the multiplicity of important learning tools. The exterior design of Shas Oz and Hadar is particularly eye-catching, and it is evident that much effort was invested in this area when the commentators and essays at the end of the treatise were also redesigned. All the tools on the page have undergone a significant upgrade, when references to the "Shas tradition" have been added to the page, errors in "Ein Mishpat" have been corrected and the verses in "Torah Or" have been printed in full.

Babylonian Talmud A reprint of the Babylonian Talmud, "Friedman Edition" (funded by Canadian businessman Hershey Friedman), is being made at the Jerusalem branch and headed by Rabbi Yosef Samet. The plant began in 2007 and ended in 2007. The Institute continues to update volumes from this edition. The edition comes out in several formats, including for students, top daily learners, and grooms. In addition, all the commentators at the end of the treatise were re-edited and reprinted. The many commentators printed in the Vilna printing press on the Shas and the Rayaf הרי"ף were gathered together into a sack of sails, arranged on the order of the pages, and additional commentators were added to them, and a similar satchel was also made on the Maharsha המהרש"א. When clear references were added to the pages of the Gemara and divided into paragraphs the words of the bearers of the long vessels.

The Beit Shemesh branch, headed by Rabbi Menachem Mendel Pomerantz, has published a commentary on the Talmud Metivta (commentary) since 2005. The project included a combined commentary and auxiliary sections. Another edition is currently being published that includes corrections and additional sections.

Also came out a briefly illustrated edition in a commentary called Safah Brura שפה ברורה, the project was completed in 2013 and has 27 volumes.

Jerusalem Talmud - תלמוד ירושלימי- The Jerusalem branch also edits the Jerusalem Talmud, "Friedman Edition", headed by Rabbi David Yonah Rosenbaum. The regular edition was completed in Sivan 5754. The extended edition of about 30 volumes from which about 20 volumes came out (as of 2016).


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