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BeDi'Avad if one recited Sefirat Ha'Omer with a berakhah during Be'in HaShemashot, he fulfilled his obligation (Mishnah Berurah, Siman 489, s.q. 15 in the name of "Magen Avraham and other aḥaronim"). Since there may still well be broad daylight during this time, perhaps one can rely on this opinion while travelling in a part of the world where the sun never ...


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הרב רצון ערוסי paskens that א. מותר ליטול בבית הכסא רק את הברכה יברך מחוץ לבית הכסא. יהיה בית הכסא אשר יהיה. ב. בית הכסא (מודרני) של ימינו (אסלה ומי ניקוז וכיסוי לאסלה), מותר לברך מחוצה לו, ואפילו כנגדו, אך לא בתוכו. 1) You can wash your hands in a modern toilet but must say the berocho outside 2) One may make a berocho outside a modern toilet (with ...


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I once saw somebody on a plane do netilat yadayim at his seat. He had carried a bottle of water onto the plane and used small amounts of it over a plastic cup. (I don't know if he brought the cup on or if he got it from an attendant.) I didn't ask him about it, so I don't know his sources or tradition. While in some locations, including the US, you can't ...



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