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Jewish men have worn a plethora of hat wear, but the popularity of the fedora seems to have stemmed from the last Chabad Lubavitch Rebbe, R. Menachem Schneerson. R. Schneerson's adoption of this hat, which would influence the hat wearing of fellow Chabad members, is historically marked to his ascent in becoming the seventh Lubavitcher Rebbe, after the death ...


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The Nishmat Avraham treats the topic of a man's dyeing once's hair at length (vol. 2 pp. 94-97). To summarize his key points the key issue is not whether one uses a dying product for men or women, rather it is whether one wants to dye hair for beauty or other reasons it is strictly forbidden to dye one's hair so for beauty reasons for the reason you cite ...


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The Talmud in Nazir 58B and 59A treat the subject. Let's try to answer the question. There is 3 consequences to the Law "Lo Ylbash gever Simlath Isha" (For this moment i will avoid to tackle the question of the Deorayta or Derabanan status of the prohibition). To shave armpit; --> the problem is the result, (independently of the gender whom the shaver is ...



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