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The question is not for a problem of touching a dead but for a problem of Maahil (to be over the dead). Tum'a Bokaat Veola (uncleanness erupt upward). In some conditions, to walk over a buried dead makes the walker unclean, In some conditions, he remain clean. Dead has laws of Ohel, but not all deads, following some Tanayim. See Gemara Brachot 19b: ...


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http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/kolbuszowa/resources7.html says about the Kolbuszowa region: Most records state that the child is illegitimate and the mother unmarried. This, of course, is the "official" view. Jewish couples married under the Chuppah and, in the eyes of the entire congregation were married. Most did not bother to pay the exorbitant ...



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