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** hope you'll understand my english :) ** It seems there's no formal Mitzva or Halakha for making a party in this situation, but something that was formed over the medieval times. A little more about it you can read here: Zeved habat I'd like to add (from the Hebrew Wikipedia of Zeved habat) that the source of the word Zeved (which means present/מתנה) ...


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Someone told me the following principles, which he said are in gemarah niddah. Health of mother is at risk. (e.g. a year after c section) Psychological well being of the person. (e.g. Shalom bais not there, overwhelmed, depressed.) Rabanim are meikel to use birth control for 2 years after a birth.


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For this question may be understood after learning several Mishnayot Ketubbot 1, 9 and a Mishna in Baba Batra 8, 5 and Kiddushin 4, 8. See Gemara Kidushin 74a: אמר רב נחמן: שלשה נאמנין על הבכור, אלו הן: חיה, אביו, ואמו . &rml; Rav Nahman said: Three are believed with respect to a first-born. These are they: The midwife, the father and the mother. ...


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Let's assume this is a couple who could get married, just haven't done so yet. (Both Jewish, not first-degree relatives, both single.) Inheritance -- no difference whether the parents were married or not. (The Torah says "the father must recognize the firstborn even if born of a wife he hated", and the Talmud says that includes out-of-wedlock.) Yichud -- ...


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The non-Jewish world considers a child born from a pre-marital union to have the status of a foundling, not a bastard. There was a sugya in daf yomi 4 days ago that relates to this question, if an arusah becomes pregnant do you assume the arus is the father. It would probably be more decent for the child to be able to cover up their non-marital origin if ...



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