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We have just released an updated app which resolves issue with overlapping letters in Hebrew language in iPhones running iOS 12. Please make sure to update your to version 1.9.1 in App Store. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 months ago

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Some users have reported a bug within prayers in Hebrew language -- prayers look squished up. We have identified the issue with users who use iPhone with iOS 12 and above. Currently we are working on the fix. We should have an updated App available in App store within 5-6 days. We will notify our users once the app is out. We thank you for your patience and support. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

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Sephardic Siddur have been updated to work with new iOS 12 version which was released yesterday from apple. Please make sure you have the latest version of Sephardic Siddur App v1.9 which is available on app store. Thank you for using Sephardic Siddur app. ... See MoreSee Less

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7 months ago

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The long awaited Meen Shaalosh Prayer has been to Russian Transliteration. Make sure to click “Update Prayers” on main screen. ... See MoreSee Less

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9 months ago

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We have just added new prayers to Sephardic Siddur under Russian Transliteration. Click “Update Prayers” on main screen of the application to download the latest prayers.

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9 months ago

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We have just added a new prayer to English Transliteration: Birkat Halevanna- New Moon Blessing. Make sure to click “Update Prayers” in main menu to get the latest prayers. ... See MoreSee Less

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9 months ago

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We have added new prayers to Sephardic Siddur App. New prayers were added to Russian Transliteration....many more are coming soon in different languages. Please make sure to click “Update Prayers” to download latest prayers. Thank you for using Sephardic Siddur app! ... See MoreSee Less

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9 months ago

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Mourning During the Counting of Omer- the days between Passover and Shavuot are marked by pain, for during this period twenty-four thousand of Rabbi Akiva’s students died. For this reason, the custom is to observe mourning practices during these weeks - weddings, haircuts, and dancing are all forbidden.

Before addressing the details of these mourning customs, it is worth expanding a bit upon the core of the matter: the reason for the deaths of Rabbi Akiva’s students. The Talmud states: "Rabbi Akiva had twenty-four thousand students and all of them died in one period of time because they did not treat each other with respect. It is taught that they all died between Passover and Shavuot, and that they all suffered bitter deaths" (Yevamot 62b). Another source informs us that after this tragedy Rabbi Akiva raised up additional students, and he said to them, "All of my former students died because they looked jealously upon one another. Make sure not to do as they did.."

Since then, the days of the Omer counting are observed as days of semi-mourning, a period wherein we attempt to improve relations with others.
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9 months ago

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Counting of the Omer (Hebrew: ספירת העומר‎, Sefirat HaOmer, sometimes abbreviated as Sefira or the Omer) is an important verbal counting of each of the forty-nine days between the Jewish holidays of Passover and Shavuot as stated in Torah: Leviticus 23:15–16.

This mitzvah ("commandment") derives from the Torah commandment to count forty-nine days beginning from the day on which the Omer, a sacrifice containing an omer-measure of barley, was offered in the Temple in Jerusalem, up until the day before an offering of wheat was brought to the Temple on Shavuot. The Counting of the Omer begins on the second day of Passover (the 16th of Nisan) and ends the day before the holiday of Shavuot, the 'fiftieth day.'

The idea of counting each day represents spiritual preparation and anticipation for the giving of the Torah[1] which was given by God on Mount Sinai at the beginning of the month of Sivan, around the same time as the holiday of Shavuot. The Sefer HaChinuch (published anonymously in 13th-century Spain) states that the Hebrew people were only freed from Egypt at Passover in order to receive the Torah at Sinai, an event which is now celebrated on Shavuot, and to fulfill its laws. Thus the Counting of the Omer demonstrates how much a Hebrew desires to accept the Torah in his own life.
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Russian Transliteration

  • Благословение После Xлеба
  • Утренние Благословения
  • Молитва Шема Исраэль
  • Шахарит - Утренняя Молитва
    Минха - Дневная Молитва
    Арвит - Вечерняя Молитва
    Кадиш «Аль Йисраэль»
    Благословение Для Eды
    Молитва в Самолете
    Молитва в Пути
    Проводы в Дальний Путь
    Благословение  на Тору
    Благословение  на Мэзузу
    Техилим - Псалмы Давида
    Благословение на Хлеб
    Похвальные Благословения
    Сэфират Хаомэр
    Молитва о Заработке и Пропитании
    После Посещения Tуалета
    Порядок Облачения в Цицит
    Порядок Наложения Tэфилина
    Молитва о Благополучии
    От Грешных Мыслей
    При Выходе из Дома
    Тикун Хаклали
    Борей Нафашот - После Еды
    Окунание Женщины в Mикве
    Окунание Посуды в Mикву
    Благославления над Ароматами
    Биркат Мээн Шалош - После Еды
    Молитва Хавдала
    Зажигания Ханукальных Свечей

English  Transliteration

Morning Blessings
Tallet and Tefillin Blessings
Blessing Shema Yisrael
Arvit – The Evening Prayer
Birkat Hamazon - After Eating Bread
Blessings Before Eating Food
Traveler’s Prayer
Kaddish Al Israel
Mincha - The Afternoon Prayer
Blessing of Praise
Meein Shalosh - Blessing After Meals
Blessing After Attending Bathroom
New Moon Blessing
Borei Nefashot - Blessing After Meals
Blessing Before Eating Bread

Hebrew Language 

ברכות השחר
הלכות ציצית ותפילין
שמע ישראל
תפילת מנחה
תפילת ערבית
ברכת המזון
קדיש על ישראל
ברכות הנהנין
תפילת הדרך
ברכות השבח
ברכת מעין שלש
ברכות התורה
תהלים
ברכות אשר יצר
תפילת שחרית
פתיחת אליהו הנביא

English Language

Birkat Hamazon - After Eating Bread
The Traveler’s Prayer
Blessings for Food
Kadish Al Israel
Aravit - Evening Prayer
Blessing Shema Israel
Tzitzit and Teffilin Blessings
Morning Blessings
Blessing of Praise
Meein Shalosh - Blessing After Meals
Blessing After Attending Bathroom
Tikkun HaKlali
Blessing Before Eating Bread
Borei Nefashot - Blessing After Meals

Russian Language

Утренние Благословения
Порядок Цицита и Тфилина
Молитва Шма Исраэль
Вечерняя Молитва
Благословение После Xлеба
Кадиш «Аль Йисраэль»
Благословение Для  Eды
Молитва в Пути
Похвальные Благословения
После Посещения Tуалета
Благославление на Хлеб
Борей Нафашот - После Еды

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