• 6:00 AM to 6:30 AM, Sunday to Friday: Talmud BavliGuemara, 11 massekhtot learned so far: Berakhot, Shabbat, Beitsa, Rosh Hashanah, Moed Katan, Taanit, Megillah, Hagiga, Kiddushin, Ketubot, Sota.
  • Sunday 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM – Talmud Yerushalmi. Providing basic knowledge required to understand and analyze the language and thinking of oral tradition in Eretz Israel. 6 massekhtot learned so far: Sheviit, Bikkurim, Nida, Sanhedrin, Avoda Zara, Berakhot.
  • Monday 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM – “Mimaayané Hayeshoua” famous book of the Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Harlap, (1882-1951): Important for understanding of current issues facing Israeli society. It is structured around three main axes: Am Israel – Eretz Israel and Geoulat Israel
  • Monday: 8:30 PM to 9:30 PM – “Shaar Hehatser” of the Rabbi David ben Shimon, (1826-188: where he demonstrates 613 values of Eretz Israel as well as the mitzva to live in Eretz Isrel. Prior to this book, the study of “Hilkhot Medina” of the Rabbi Eliezer Waldinberg, (1915-2007) was also completed.
  • Tuesday 8 PM to 10 PM: Talmud BavliGuemara Beitsa. With focus on the Sephardic methodology. The book “Toldot Yaakov” of the Rabbi Yaakov Castro (1525-1612( is used to drive the leanings.
  • Wednesday 8:30 AM to 10 AM: Beith Yossef of the Rabbi Yossef Karo (1488-1575) on Hilkhot Shabbat: Learning the Psak principles according to Sephardic rabbinic tradition.
  • Wednesday 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM -”Hilkhot Melakhim” of Harambam: Detailed study of the laws related to a Jewish state and analysis of the ideal redemption process of the Hebrew state at the messianic times.
  • Thursday 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM – Jewish laws related to the Beth-Hamikdash. Learning various aspects of the Temple construction, sacrifices etc. Many texts have been learned: Mishna: Middot, Tamid, Yoma. The book “Avodat Hakorbanot” of the Rabbi Aharon HaCohen (1863-1931), “The Laws of the Temple Mount” of the Rabbi Shlomo Goren  (1918-1994), the “Sifra” with the Malbim commentary (1809-1879) and “Ayelet HaShahar“.
  • Friday 9 AM to 11 AM – “Or Hahayim” of the Rabbi Haim Ben Attar (1696-1743(. One of the important Torah commentary. This learning is in memory of the Tzahal sniper Pascal Abrahami, (1962-2011).
  • Shabbat seudah shelishit time: “Kol Hator” by the Rabbi Hillel Shklov (1757-1838) disciple of the Vilna Gaon (1720-1797). The deliverance in the written and oral tradition according to the Vilna Gaon. Prior to this book, the study of “Em Habanim Semeha” by the Rabbi Issachar-Shlomo Taikhtal (1885-1945) and the Heleq chapter of the Guemara Sanhedrin were also completed.