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Feb
13
comment Would a violated woman be allowed to remain married to her Cohen husband?
@DoubleAA right. I am not sure why this question was closed, nowhere in its alleged duplicate is any source presented whether or not they may live together without having relations.
Feb
12
asked Would a violated woman be allowed to remain married to her Cohen husband?
Feb
12
comment Are there any halachic authorities which relate to the non-mechitza, pre-1967 prayers which were held at the Kotel?
Very interesting photos. Is there a place online to see olden day photos that will shed light on how they used to congregate, dress etc?
Feb
11
comment Would looking away help a Cohen stay Married to his wife?
Thanks, but I would say that here is worse as there is Raglayim LeDovor that a Rape did take place. Secondly, אינה בחזקת פרוצה בעריות wouldn't help here as even a Tznuah can be raped.
Feb
11
comment Would looking away help a Cohen stay Married to his wife?
@ShmuelBrin Her witness testimony would only be counted as Shavya Anafsha Chaticha De'Issura. As far as he is concerned, there are ways she could be raped that wouldnt end the marriage. And maybe no rape happened at all in the end.
Feb
11
comment Would looking away help a Cohen stay Married to his wife?
@Shalom thanks, not sure why I got the downvotes
Feb
11
comment Would looking away help a Cohen stay Married to his wife?
Why the downvotes? Is it because the questions is distasteful? Shall I remove it?
Feb
11
asked Would looking away help a Cohen stay Married to his wife?
Feb
9
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asked Who was for and against Jews fighting back against the Germans in WW2?
Feb
9
answered Cannibalism, Jew or Gentile?
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Sep
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reviewed Reject What are the exact Shmita dates (in Gregorian) since 1900 or a general formula for determining the dates?
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Mar
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comment Touching a woman and the first Pesukim in Melachim
@DoubleAA its quite simply against the Gemoro. He couldn't touch a woman "affectionately" (b'derech chiba) if he tried! The Gemoro says that isnt the case. In my book of rules, contradicting Chazal deserves a Chas Vesholom. You're welcome to have a different set of rules for yourself.
Mar
20
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Jan
13
comment Uman for Rosh Hashanah?
@DoubleAA who contended to the contrary?
Jan
4
comment Aaron and his punishment for the sin of Golden Calf
@JimThio Yidden refers to the Jewish Nation. I assume that your Hur is my Chur.