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comment Should women eat in the Sukkah?
I'm not sure why the person who translated the Rambam chose the word "we" but the original Hebrew version does not say "we". Either way, "we" can just as well mean the people referred to above, i.e. the men who are required to be in the Sukkah.
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comment Should women eat in the Sukkah?
How do you see from the sources that you quoted that: "Should women eat in the Sukkah? Yes they should" ?
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comment Hitting a double-parked car
To clarify: would your answer agree in a case where there was no assumption of just 2 minutes that he is exempt?
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comment Hitting a double-parked car
That assumes we apply the case of "smashing through". My case is not a case of smashing though, but a case of trying to avoid smashing.
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comment Hitting a double-parked car
@Daniel Correct. I'm assuming this is being discussed in a Jewish court.
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comment What Bracha to say when there is no clear majority?
This is actually not correct: The idea of "ikkar v'taffel is handled differently with mezonot food" is only in cases where the Mezonos is for the 5 grains and not for rice.