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generally about Jewish holidays on which activity is heavily restricted (first and last days of Pesach, Shavuot, Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, first day(s) of Sukk…
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Days where Jews refrain from eating and drinking.
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Relating to the categorization of a sinful act in Jewish Law, the examination of a sin recorded in Jewish texts, or the nature of sin in Jewish thought.
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The weekly Torah portion of Bereshit (Genesis 1:1-6:8)
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the prayer service and ceremony surrounding communal reading from the Torah scroll
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Questions about the practical advice regarding how to apply Judaism in real life. NOT for questions regarding p'sak halacha (practical halachic advice) -- consult your local Orthodox rabbi (CYLOR) for…
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wedding ceremony (and reception etc.)
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often found in Tanach. Another meaning is that of ordinary Jewish songs.
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Questions about the person who leads Jewish prayers when a minyan is present.
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the fringes tied to the corners of four-cornered garments. For laws regarding those garments (also known as Tzitzis), see [Tag:tallit-katan].
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Questions about places with Jewish connections.
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the biblical book of Esther
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for questions about cooking generally and also about the halachic concept of bishul
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Literally "Germany". Questions about the Jews of all the area that was once medieval Germany, more generally of all Catholic and Protestant (and some Eastern Orthodox) lands, and their laws and custom…
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pronounced in certain ways.
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One of the books that make up the "Kesuvim" (or "Writings). Composed mostly by King David, but includes chapters by Adam, Avraham, King Shlomo (Solomon) and others.
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measurements relating to the performance of different Mitzvot
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a branch of Hassidim that focuses heavily on Chassidus as an intellectual pursuit, and on outreach to nonobservant Jews.
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the biblical personage Moses
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A sacrifice. Refers to the animal and food sacrifices brought in the Temple.
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Something made from one of the five grains, and which has been allowed to rise (leaven). Forbidden to eat or possess during Pesach (Passover).
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Questions relating to travel in various areas of Jewish law, such as travel on Sabbath or Holidays or prayers before certain travels.
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Questions related to how Judaism regards or relates to the Christian religion or its followers.
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Basar b'chalav. The prohibition against eating, cooking, or benefiting from meat and milk together.
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Questions relating to the Diaspora, as in, outside of the land of Israel.
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A halachic period of mourning after the passing of a close relative. There are many laws and customs relating to this period and those observing it.
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a branch of Orthodox Judaism founded by Rabbi Yisrael Baal Shem Tov in the 18th century. His followers in turn branched out, leading to many different schools of Chassidus.
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Aramaic prayer for the sanctification of God's name; often recited by mourners
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