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"Isn't the case that you have honored the shabat with something else than meat?!" as if he say You know that you has successfully / I want to tell you that you has successfully ... He do not ruled that there is no need for meat. In this case, the Shabbat was without meat because of lack of meat at this time. The reproach is about spending many hours for buy ...


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Yes there is a special reason for Jews not to eat at an idolator's house even if the food is completely Kosher. This however is only binding when the idolator has invited the Jew to his house, or there was an assumed invitation. This is a law in the Talmud as seen here which expounds a passage in Exodus. Here is the relevant discussion starting from a ...


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Note that in the examples below, even if the food is kosher, one is still forbidden to accept food cooked by a non-Jew. Another example is the banquet produced by Achashveros where the food given to the Jews was completely kosher yet it was wrong of them to participate in the way that they did. There is a prohibition of food cooked by a gentile (bishul Akum)...


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The answer is directly drawn from Gemara. Gemara Berachot 23b: אמר רבי יצחק: הנכנס לסעודת קבע - חולץ תפיליו ואחר כך נכנס.‏ R`Isaac said: One who wishes to [partake of] a regular meal should take off his tefillin and then go in {since it may become drunk and will demean himself with Tefilin. Rashi}. ופליגא דרבי חייא, דאמר רבי חייא: מניחן על ...



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