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In the weeks between Pesah and Shabu'ot, Moroccan Jewry has the custom to sing the chapters of Pirke Abot (Ethics of our Fathers). This complete collection of the tunes of Pirke Abot, sung with the traditional Moroccan cantillation has been compiled by Darke Abotenou and...

A continuously updated playlist of the chapters of Tehilim (psalms), sung with the traditional Moroccan cantillation. The full playlist can be heard on Youtube by clicking here.  ...

A letter from Rav Yishak Yosef s"t, Rishon LeSion, to Ribi Mordekhai Lebhar regarding Moroccan minhagim. [pdfjs-viewer url="http%3A%2F%2Fdarkeabotenou.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2017%2F05%2FMagen-Avot.pdf" viewer_width=100% viewer_height=1060px fullscreen=true download=true print=true]...

To Say or Not to Say? For generations, the Jewish people have been accustomed to answer “Barukh Hu uBarukh Shemo (BHU"Sh)” upon hearing the holy name of Hashem. The sefer Dibré Shalom VeEmet [1] brings down the Moroccan minhag (custom) to answer BHU"Sh to all berakhot (blessings), even those with which we are yosé (taken out of...

Hag HaMimouna from Maghen Abot by Ribi Mordekhai Lebhar s"t Every Moroccan knows about and anticipates the end of Pesah in order to celebrate Hag haMimouna, one of the most festive and enjoyable holidays of the year. We have the custom to eat special foods such as moufleta...