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Would the internet be considered muktzeh due to Nolad (a new thing)
There is a category of muktzeh on shabbat called Nolad. Nolad means literally, something that is born on shabbat. It is interpreted in the modern era, as meaning anything which you did not have ...
Jul 19 '11 at 16:08
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