Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz

Rabbi Breitowitz's scope of knowledge, brilliance, as well as a unique ability to grasp complicated material and communicate it clearly to others is legendary. Rabbi Breitowitz received his bachelor of arts from Johns Hopkins University and obtained semicha from Ner Israel Rabbinical College. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School and shortly thereafter became the Rav of the Silver Spring Woodside Shule in Silver Spring Maryland while maintaining status as a tenured professor at the University of Maryland School of Law. Rabbi Breitowitz and his wife currently reside in Eretz Yisroel and is a rav in Oh Sameach in Yerushalyim. He has published widely on Jewish law and ethics.
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Minchas Chinuch - 4 Cups of Wine (OU) Pesach 72 min
Mitzvos of the Seder (2012) Pesach 67 min
Parshas Bo - Eating Matza Part 2(Center 5776) Pesach 42 min
Parshas Bo - Meaning of Matza Part 1 (Center 5776) Pesach 35 min
Parshas Tazria - Pesach Pesach 53 min
Pesach Pesach 69 min
Pesach - 7th Day Of Pesach 04-30-00 Pesach 125 min
Pesach - Krias Yom Suf - Omer 05-03-00 Pesach 94 min
Pesach - Maharal - Leaving Mitzrayim 1-28-01 Pesach 125 min
Pesach - Yetzias Mitzraim - Maharal 01-28-01 Pesach 94 min
Pesach 4-5-00 Pesach 94 min
Pesach 4-9-00 Pesach 125 min
Pesach and Liberation Pesach 28 min
Pesach and Pesach Sheni 5775 Pesach 40 min
Pesach Sheini- Seeing the Image of G-d in Others Pesach 40 min
Remembering The Exodus (2014) Pesach 46 min
Seder as Paradigm Pesach 74 min
Structure Of Haggada 04-06-00 Pesach 68 min
Talk on Leprosy and Chametz (Mechina 5776) Pesach 49 min
Talk on Purim Katan and cont of Zechirat Yetziat Mitzraim (OU Minchat Chinuch) Pesach 71 min
Talk to British JLE - Escaping the Mitzraim Within Pesach 51 min
The Exodus As a Paradigm for Spiritual Liberation (2015) Pesach 125 min
The Meaning of the Exodus (Center 5776) Pesach 50 min
The Purpose of Galus Mitzraim Part 1 (Center 5776) Pesach 37 min
The Purpose of Galus Mitzraim Part 2 (Center 5776) Pesach 44 min