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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 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)?
Jul
30
revised Going through a window — causes to forget?
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Jul
30
answered Why is “Tzidkas'cha” ordered as it is?
Jul
28
comment Complimenting or giving gifts to gentiles
I didn't mean to say it was for sure a duplicate (nor did I vote to close it as such), just that it is very much related.
Jul
27
revised Complimenting or giving gifts to gentiles
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Jul
27
comment Complimenting or giving gifts to gentiles
related/duplicate: judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/12213/…
Jul
27
reviewed Leave Open Chachma, bina vaadat. Whats the difference?
Jul
27
reviewed Reject Is it permissible for a Jewish woman to marry a Muslim man and vice versa?
Jun
16
comment Would Adam and Chava have been permitted the tree of knowledge if they'd waited?
@juanora He could have picked it before Shabbos and not eaten it until Shabbos.
May
7
comment Is Niddah considered to be gilui arayos for purposes of martyrdom?
yeshiva.org.il/wiki/…
May
5
comment Ari Zal and Sefira
You are claiming that this stringency further extends to all the practices of mourning, which is what I am taking issue with. I have no problem saying that the Arizal maintained that mourning must be observed throughout the 49 days of Sefira, but that is a separate thing from his opposition to haircuts.
May
5
comment Ari Zal and Sefira
@RabbiMichaelTzadok I already answered that here