What is the Kol Haloshon network?


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The Kol Haloshon network is a Jewish prayer network that allows listeners to call in and hear a broad variety of topics for shiurim via phone. When calling into the network, listeners can choose a topic for the day or select from a range of categories. As of January 2016, the phone number and instructions for calling into the Kol Halohon network are available on TorahWay.co.uk.

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A shiur is a Jewish lesson on a variety of Torah topics, and shiurim are some of the most common methods

of teaching students about the Talmud and Jewish Bible. In addition to informal study sessions, a shiur is taught in yeshivas and other organized schools of Jewish learning. Many shiurim are taught at daily lessons by a trained speaker, who encourages the students to plan ahead for the lesson and review their notes. After the lesson is complete, the instructor also encourages students to review the lesson itself to clarify its meaning.

Many synagogue rabbis offer their services in public shiurim sessions, where they engage the congregation in a lesson that relates to upcoming holidays or other topics of Jewish life and philosophy. Many modern shiurim sessions are divided according to listener experience levels, allowing shorter and easier sessions for new listeners.

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