Identitytheft-Dave

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comment What are the halachot of identity theft or misrepresentation online?
:) 13 more to go...
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comment What are the halachot of identity theft or misrepresentation online?
definitely a duplicate
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comment Are conservative, reform and those “off the derech” part of 'amcha'?
@MonicaCellio but does that precept itself apply only to someone who is not already established as a sinner? are you obligated to judge a rasha favorably?
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comment Why do mourning practices surrounding suicide differ from Shulchan Aruch?
@DoubleAA the only point I will quibble with is that I believe these things do come up much more than we realize, but are not identified as such for fear of stigma.
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comment Are conservative, reform and those “off the derech” part of 'amcha'?
@EytanYammer i'm not sure i follow that last line of reasoning lose and gain for whom? the drasha stands, do we not like its implications?
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comment Why do mourning practices surrounding suicide differ from Shulchan Aruch?
@DoubleAA can you cite sources/examples?
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comment Why do mourning practices surrounding suicide differ from Shulchan Aruch?
hasn't that always been the case?
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comment Are conservative, reform and those “off the derech” part of 'amcha'?
without specific sources it is hard to discuss this answer but my first question would be why we don't assume the other way around. ie. if we see someone violating shabbos etc. would not the burden of proof be on them now?
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asked Why do mourning practices surrounding suicide differ from Shulchan Aruch?
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asked What are the halachot of identity theft or misrepresentation online?
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asked May one consume peyote?
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asked Are conservative, reform and those “off the derech” part of 'amcha'?