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No because it unfit for canine consumption pesachim 15b Shall we say that this supports him: If a loaf goes mouldy and is unfit for human consumption, yet a dog can eat it, it can be defiled with the uncleanness of eatables, if the size of an egg45b With whom agrees the following which we learned: A general principle was stated in respect to the laws of [...


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I googled and found this exact application of these rules in the Business Halacha Institute's newsletter for Shoftim 5773. First, they indicate that the first principle you quote from 412:1, which they cite the Gemara in Bava Kama 27b for, does not apply here, since: The rationale is that people are not expected to be extra careful while they are in ...


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Torah Tavlin - January 17, 2015 Drush V'Chiddush column - quoting Rabbi David Feinstein Shlita says it is forbidden to park in a church parking lot. The reason is since a Jew would have to duck down to enter their car, it would give an impression that they are bowing to the crucifix.


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The Shulchan Aruch 339:7 implies that one is only allowed to enter a docked boat if he is not moving it around: סְפִינָה, אִם הִיא יוֹשֶׁבֶת בְּקַרְקַע הַיָּם וְאֵינָהּ שָׁטָה כְּלָל, מֻתָּר לִכָּנֵס בָּהּ; וְאִם הִיא קְשׁוּרָה כְּמִנְהַג הַסְפִינוֹת הָעוֹמְדוֹת בַּנָּמֵל, אַף עַל פִּי שֶׁהִיא שָׁטָה עַל פְּנֵי הַמַּיִם, מֻתָּר לִכָּנֵס בָּהּ. One ...


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Read about it more here. Since the main idea is to make a greater effort, it would seem to me (based on the information in the link) that the answer to your first two questions is yes, while the answer to the last is no, as mentioned explicitly in the Tzitz Eliezer in the above source: וענין זה של שכר פסיעות מסתברא דבודאי לא מקיימים ע"י נסיעה ברכב, דהגם ...


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The Rama in Yoreh Deah 149:2 (as pointed out by Gershon Gold) discusses cutting through a courtyard of a house of worship. He writes that when they get together to worship it is always forbidden to pass through the courtyard to get to another place. However,if it is not during a time of gathering (worship ) then one can pass through to get to another place. ...


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One may do so, provided it's tied to something on the shore. [Obviously, he won't get very far.] Shulchan Aruch 339:7. However, see the commentaries there for details and exceptions. And, if this is a practical question for you, ask your rabbi rather than relying on what you read on this site. Note that there's no explicit prohibition on "traveling", though ...


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This is in addition to the answer posted above based on the Lubavitcher Rebbe. This addition addresses the contradiction comment to that answer. The answer that Noach was reluctant to leave is in addition the fact that being explicitly commanded to "Enter the Ark" (Bereishis 7:1), he was not allowed to leave until explicitly commanded by G-d to "Go out of ...



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