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Oct
4
revised Why is it “Beiz”?
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Oct
4
revised Who is responsible for damage to something that was used at the owner's request?
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Oct
4
answered Why is it “Beiz”?
Oct
4
comment Why can't we say God's name?
@AL That's a different question; not why it is forbidden but what changed. I'm not sure if site protocol is to edit this question or to ask a new one?
Oct
3
revised Can you/should you be blessed by an ignorant/non-orthodox Kohen?
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Oct
3
comment Onah and Sukkos?
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revised Onah and Sukkos?
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revised Onah and Sukkos?
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answered Can you/should you be blessed by an ignorant/non-orthodox Kohen?
Oct
3
comment Siddur with lots of white space for notes
Also, you can see what is available on hebrewbooks.org - you can order prints from publishyoursefer.com
Oct
3
comment Why can't we say God's name?
@AL The Kitzur Shulchan Aruch explains why; it is considered a lack of fear of Hashem to use his Name conversationally.
Oct
3
revised Business with Christians during their holiday periods
who says they may?
Oct
3
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
3
comment Which alphabet were the original Torah scrolls in?
@SethJ Could the Gemora that the Mem and Samach in the Luchos were standing by miracle in the Luchos (because the center didn't fall out) give any clues?
Oct
3
comment Different Aliyot for Same Torah Reading
@DoubleAA Here is the Hebrew/English version of the siddur - it only deals with outside Israel. In the Hebrew only version (I couldn't find it online), Levi and Shlishi start in the same place in Israel and outside Israel, but in Israel Shlishi continues till the end of the reading.
Oct
3
comment Shaving vs. Hair cutting on Chol Hamoed
Good question. But IMHO shaving a minors beard is a stronger question than that.
Oct
3
answered Shaving vs. Hair cutting on Chol Hamoed
Oct
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revised Shaving vs. Hair cutting on Chol Hamoed
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Oct
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comment Different Aliyot for Same Torah Reading
@DoubleAA It's entitled קריאה בארץ ישראל ליום ראשון דחול המועד, ובחו"ל - יום טוב שני של פסח and deals with both. The start of Levi and Shlishi is the same either way.
Oct
2
comment Different Aliyot for Same Torah Reading
In my siddur (Tehillas Hashem) it's exactly the same. Do you want to edit into your question which siddur, as well as where the breaks are? Levi is from אלה מועדי ה and Shlishi starts וספרתם לכם on both occasions.