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Nov
26
comment Why are we required to light Chanukah lights only for about half an hour?
@MosheP While I am certainly not claiming that this is the "pshat" answer, why doesn't it answer the question?
Nov
26
answered Why are we required to light Chanukah lights only for about half an hour?
Nov
24
comment Was Joseph's bad report on his brothers evidence or simply damaging?
@Lee I have edited my answer with a link to the original source, and yes we are referring to the same person.
Nov
24
revised Was Joseph's bad report on his brothers evidence or simply damaging?
link to source
Oct
11
comment Are Jews greater than angels?
chabad.org.il/Magazines/…
Oct
11
comment Are Jews greater than angels?
aspaklaria.info/001_ALEF/…
Oct
2
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
10
revised Why do we say “Boruch Shem…” loudly on Yom Kippur?
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Aug
26
revised Psalm 14 and 53 are similar?
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Aug
25
comment Can a non-Yisrael get Maftir Yonah?
@DoubleAA I am not aware of anywhere else. I davened at a shul once where the Rov was a Cohen and would always get Maftir Yonah, so I was pretty sure there was a kulah somewhere, but this is the only thing I have managed to find so far.
Aug
25
comment What if the Torah Reader for the Curses is a Kohen or Levi?
@Menachem That is how I understood it
Aug
25
answered Can a non-Yisrael get Maftir Yonah?
Aug
25
answered What if the Torah Reader for the Curses is a Kohen or Levi?
Aug
18
revised What is the difference between the words “tzur” and “selah” (which both mean rock)?
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Aug
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Bitahhon vs. Hishtadlut
Aug
18
answered What is the difference between the words “tzur” and “selah” (which both mean rock)?
Aug
18
revised What is the difference between the words “tzur” and “selah” (which both mean rock)?
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Aug
16
comment Is there “Torah Inerrancy”?
@DoubleAA The Torah may have presented a view that people believed at that time. While that particular opinion turned out to be false, it is not a factual error on the part of the Torah - it is factually correct that this was the view at the time.
Aug
16
answered What is the difference between the words “tzur” and “selah” (which both mean rock)?