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Very likely a situation whereby the mother would die anyhow; if they performed a C-section they'd save the baby, if not both would die.


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Short answer: yes and no. There are certain things are 'Objectively Forbidden' to be seen. This would apply regardless of any physical reaction to the stimulus. These would seemingly be forbidden to a eunuch as well. Then there are things that are 'Subjectively Forbidden'. This goes on a case-by-case basis, depending on how the person viewing the stimulus ...


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Um, yes. Depending on the type of illness involved, it is certainly pikuach nefesh. (Usually, something that is identified on a Medic Alert bracelet is something serious) Your argument that he is "[currently] in good health" is invalid -- if there is a concern (even sfek sfeika) that his life will be endangered later, one may violate Shabbos for that. For ...


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The torah sometimes uses the word "uncovered his nakedness" to mean relations (absolutely not the uncovering of the body) (not forbidden to see your father naked) Rambam kedusha /isurai bia 1 Halacha 6 When a person has promiscuous relations with a woman and conceives a daughter with her, that daughter is considered an ervah for him. Although the ...



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