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I discussed this interesting case with my rav. For now, I can supply a partial answer, as we need to research some its nuances a bit further: When you refer to a baby-sitter, it depends if you have "hired" this person or not. I.e. - if you pay this person on "salary" for him / her to come regularly or even as needed, then that person is in the category of a ...


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According to R' Herschel Schachter, the designation of "your city" for this purpose is based on association, rather than geography. In an interview on the topic with Jewish Action magazine, he said: However, aniyei ircha does not refer to the poor people of your city literally. I live in Manhattan. Are all the poor people in New York considered my aniyei ...



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