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Chapter 1 - פרק א
Chapter 2 - פרק ב
Chapter 3 - פרק ג
Chapter 4 - פרק ד
Chapter 5 - פרק ה
Chapter 6 - פרק ו
Chapter 7 - פרק ז
Chapter 8 - פרק ח
Chapter 9 - פרק ט
Chapter 10 - פרק י
Chapter 11 - פרק יא
Chapter 12 - פרק יב
Chapter 13 - פרק יג
Chapter 14 - פרק יד
Chapter 15 - פרק טו
Chapter 16 - פרק טז
Chapter 17 - פרק יז
Chapter 18 - פרק יח
Chapter 19 - פרק יט
Chapter 20 - פרק כ
Chapter 21 - פרק כא
Chapter 22 - פרק כב


  1. Thank you so much Rabbi Kadosh. Could you please do 46,83, 121, 142

  2. Is it sefardi pronunciation to add m after "cha" at the end of the word? I think your reading is the most beautiful.


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