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Halachafortodaycom.blogspot.com says that there is two reasons why a married woman covers her hair. Although a bald woman may not have the problem of Erva, she still is required to cover her hair as a sign that she is married. Q: If a married woman is bald, does she still have to wear a headcovering, or is she permitted to reveal her scalp? A: Besides ...


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Ba'er Hetev note #8 says that one who isn't listening is not included as part of the minyan, and this includes even one who is a pike'ach. The term pike'ach refers to someone who is deaf but can speak (vs. a cherish who can neither hear nor speak.) So, I'm focusing mainly on your 2nd bulleted item, here and making some logical conclusions: It is already ...


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The Gemara says that they gave Malkus to someone who was able to avoid tearing the Besulim, since it showed that he had much experience. There was a special blessing that was said upon seeing the blood. This suggests that there is something special about seeing the open witness to the purity. Chazal allowed Be'ilas Mitzva on Shabbos because it is ...



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