How to Say Netilat Yadayim

This blessing is recited after ritually washing one's hands.

Ritual handwashing, known in Hebrew as netilat yadayim, is traditionally performed with a two-handled cup. After the hands are washed, a blessing in Hebrew is recited.

In this video, Sarah Wolf demonstrates how to recite the blessing:

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