Tisha B'Av laws Kitzur style 

by Rabbi Nachi Klein

The "Three Weeks" between the fast days of 17th of Tammuz and Tisha B'Av have historically been days of misfortune and calamity for the Jewish people, in which God is so to speak more distant from His people.

On the 17th of Tammuz Moses broke the Tablets after the Sin of the Golden Calf, and the Roman breached the walls of Jerusalem, among other tragedies. On the 9th of Av, the nation of the Exodus cried as a result of the negative report of the Spies, and both Temples were destroyed, among other tragedies.

We observe various aspects of mourning during this time, such as not celebrating weddings or cutting our hair. The mourning becomes more intense as it gets closer to Tisha B'Av

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Tisha B'Av restrictions - food and drink, work, and kids fasting.

Tisha B'Av restrictions - washing, deodorant , marital relations.