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נפלה לנו עטרת ראשנו אדמו"ר ר' עובדיה יוסף זצוק"ל

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wiki created talmud-bavli excerpt
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revised Talmud Yerushalmi Halachot
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answered Talmud Yerushalmi Halachot
Jan
6
comment Zimri age at the time of sin?
@Curiouser maybe Maharasha on the Torah.
Jan
6
comment What defines a country to be a legitimate country?
@SethJ True...It doesn't really tell us much.
Jan
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comment Sefardic contemporaries for Techelet?
@IsaacMoses yeah but I would think we would follow the Shulhan Aruch.
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6
comment Audio/Video Recordings of Tefilloth/Prayers
@SethJ yes. I hope that helps
Jan
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comment What defines a country to be a legitimate country?
My brother told me that he heard live from Rav Dawid Yosef Shelit"a that if the government is corrupt then it would disqualify them.
Jan
6
comment If a King can't forgive, how did they ask Yosef, King of Egypt, for forgiveness?
He didn't forgive them though. Or maybe- a new peshat: he tried to forgive them but couldn't because of the Gemara.
Jan
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comment Audio/Video Recordings of Tefilloth/Prayers
@SethJ because as far as I know it is not written in the Halacha. Therefor it is a Safek.
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comment Why should the patriarchs have lived to 180?
@DoubleAA nice Remez
Jan
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revised Audio/Video Recordings of Tefilloth/Prayers
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comment Amen for Recorded Brochos
Yalkut Yosef 3:215:4 says to answer live.
Jan
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revised Trimming or Shaving the Moustache
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comment Source for a Vacht Nacht
No the idea of reading the Zohar is from the Zohar, but the entire idea that we eat fruits etc. stems from that Shach. @simchashatorah
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awarded  Mortarboard
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answered Trimming or Shaving the Moustache
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revised Source for a Vacht Nacht
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awarded  Analytical
Jan
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accepted Making Nedarim (vows) and Shevuot (oaths) while teaching or learning