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Aug
27
comment Source for requirement of 3rd party hechsher?
@msh210 My question is similar to the one you linked, but it's not a duplicate. I'm looking for sources. Besides which, the linked question doesn't have any accepted answers, just a lot of discussion.
Aug
27
asked Source for requirement of 3rd party hechsher?
Aug
23
accepted Handing over a murderer to the Goel Hadam?
Aug
23
revised Handing over a murderer to the Goel Hadam?
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Aug
23
comment Is there a problem with saying “for Pete's sake”?
@sam The largest Jewish community in New Zealand is in Christchurch. Awkward.
Aug
23
asked Handing over a murderer to the Goel Hadam?
Jul
11
awarded  Yearling
May
21
awarded  Enlightened
May
21
awarded  Nice Answer
May
20
comment How can the Rebbe be considered Moshiach?
@user6591 Actually I will +1 this, because he does bring the arguments used by the meshichistim. In the same breath he quotes the counter-argument, but that's beside the point... :)
May
20
comment How can the Rebbe be considered Moshiach?
OK, as I said, it's a nice d'var Torah, but it is off topic.
May
20
comment How can the Rebbe be considered Moshiach?
It's a nice d'var torah, and nothing about it was offensive, but it kind of sidesteps the question. The question is not whether the Rebbe Z"L was part of a process leading up to Moshiach; it's a question of whether he was/is the Moshiach, and how it's possible to reconcile that with the apparent disqualification for the job inherent in being dead.
May
20
awarded  Excavator
May
20
revised What is the logical explanation for קם ליה בדרבה מיניה?
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May
20
awarded  Custodian
May
20
reviewed Approve How can the Rebbe be considered Moshiach?
May
20
answered How can the Rebbe be considered Moshiach?
Apr
19
comment Questions about the fence dividing a subdivided field
OK, +1 for Q1. Any ideas about Q2?
Apr
16
asked Questions about the fence dividing a subdivided field
Apr
11
comment If the last day of Passover is Friday, may I eat chametz on the Shabbat right after?
This year my Rav, Rabbi Yaacov Haber, specifically dealt with this question in a shiur. He mentioned that according to the contract that he signs with the non-Jew, there is a specific clause written in that if, after the completion of Pesach, the Jew wishes to partake of his (the non-Jew's) chometz, he gives permission to do so, and the value will be deducted from the amount owing upon collection. He also mentioned this teshuva of Rav Ovadia ZT"L