Does anybody know any links or places where you can watch online about / on tisha b’av? Pref. for free!
Google ohr Naava TIsha B’av
The OU is also doing something online
you can view the kosel cam
aish.com also has stuff
ou probably does also
torahanytime.com will be running shiurim without charge – just a suggested donation. Plenty of wonderful(?) inspiration available on Tisha B’av – Mi K’omcha Yisroel.
Project Inspire at kiruv.com has videos that are appropriate for tisha b’av
Hey – thanks so much! Ohr naava seems to cost?
Do you have a link for the project inspire one (and any others?) really appreciated, ta!
Ohr Naava only costs if you go there. Online it’s free. A donation is suggested, not mandatory. You can see it on Torahanytime.com
Thanks for posting these links, where I live there is a populer Tishah B’av program but when I fast I will rather stay home and watch someting online.
Project Inspire has a video called The Road Home
http://www.kiruv.com/toolsForSharing/projectInspire/9Av2011-movie-TheRoadHomeForm.asp You have to fill out a form to see that one and you get on project inspire’s email list.
Here is the link to their other videos http://www.kiruv.com/forYourInspiration/movies/
I’m sorry about my post before. There is a cost to see Rabbi Wallerstein on Torahanytime.com. This is the first year they are doing that. I’m sure it will be very worth it anyhow.
thanks guyz this thread was very useful to me! 🙂
Regarding the above mentioned “Journey to Jerusalem”, please note:
Cooment from article on YW:
July 29, 2012 at 9:52 am
Just wanted to let people know that there is a minimum $10 donation fee to watch the video online. I went to the site and filled in my information expecting to be put on a page with the video only to find out that the only way I can watch the video online is if I give them money first using paypal. There should be mention of this in the article above.
Anyone know the schedule of the Chofetz Chaim Heritage videos in Brooklyn at the Mishkan home location? I want to see part 2.