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comment Working with Conservative Jews
Thanks for the advice, I'll ask another question focusing on the davening aspect, which is really my main concern
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comment Working with Conservative Jews
The food is kosher. The women are allowed to wear shorts and t shirts. What kind of atmosphered do you mean?
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comment Working with Conservative Jews
@msh210 - does this edit make the question any better?
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comment Fasting on Modern Days of Mourning
Interesting. So was there any historical resistance from the religious community to instituting Yom HaShoah in Nissan?
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comment Fasting on Modern Days of Mourning
What about Yom HaZikaron? It's not during nissan...
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comment Leniencies for someone keeping Kosher in a non-Kosher home
Another thing that came up recently is the cutting board. It is wood and is used for both meat and dairy. Can I cut cold food on that (beside from dvar charif)?
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comment What's the difference between “Jew”, “Israelite” and “Judaizer”?
Israeli refers to someone living in the modern state of Israel, while Israelite is anyone descended from Jacob (who was also called Israel) - in other words, anyone who would be considered Jewish today
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comment Leniencies for someone keeping Kosher in a non-Kosher home
I hear that, but I also feel that I am living in their home and I should try to stick as close as I (halachically) can to doing things their way
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comment Leniencies for someone keeping Kosher in a non-Kosher home
Double AA - I know I need to consult with a Rabbi, I'm just looking for a general idea for now. I am looking for what kulot exist (for example, I once heard something about using dishes that hadn't been used in a day...I don't know the details, but things along those lines)