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In Navi, Chazal, and Rishonim, we can several cases of suicide, two points should be investigated, firstly the source of the prohibition. Secondly the retrospective vue about the suicided man. In some cases to choice the death is right, sometimes it is wrong. Retrospectively sometimes we do not blame the suicider because of a supposed judgment distorsion, ...


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There is no direct prohibition of suicide in the Bible. The Gemara (Bava Kama 91b) derives its prohibition by exegesis on the verse: "and surely your blood of your lives will I require" (Genesis 9: 5), interpreted as: "I will require your blood if you yourselves shed it." see also Bereishis Rabba 34:13 There are two famous cases of suicide in Tanach, Saul ...


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aish brings a number of interesting reasons for the number 50 based on R Yehoshua Hartman's book Jewish Wisdom in Numbers the historic event of the Exodus is mentioned in the Torah a total of 50 times in the singular form, the word Torah is said to occur 50 times in the Torah the Torah was given at the beginning of the 8th week after the Exodus. It taps ...


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While the garment may have more than four corners, the command is to to put tzitzit on four corners. Rashi connects this to the four expressions of redemption (just like the four cups at the seder). Rashi says: on the corners of their garments: Corresponding to [the verse said in connection with the exodus from Egypt]“I carried you on the wings ...



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