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I'm a chossid of the Lubavitcher Rebbe


Oct
28
comment Chabad custom of not allowing water to touch matzah on Pesach
I don't know of any... but I would take the Alter Rebbe's word for it.
Oct
27
answered Chabad custom of not allowing water to touch matzah on Pesach
Oct
27
asked “Avram” for when he was young?
Oct
27
comment Tish'a Ushloshim Umatayim - mi yodeya?
+1 why would this have been downvoted??
Oct
26
comment Neither from a thread to a shoe strap
I didn't see the other (duplicate) question. Before I submit a question I always look if similar ones are out there.. and nothing similar showed up
Oct
25
awarded  Self-Learner
Oct
25
answered Neither from a thread to a shoe strap
Oct
25
answered Are there any jokes in tanach?
Oct
25
asked Neither from a thread to a shoe strap
Oct
22
accepted impure animals: present, future, past
Oct
21
asked impure animals: present, future, past
Oct
21
asked removing a dislocated hair out of one's beard on shabbat
Oct
21
comment What is Rashi proving with words in different languages
@seth one more thing: did the Jews who left Egypt speak Afriki, Persion and Greek ? If not - why would the Torah contain these languages?
Oct
21
comment What is Rashi proving with words in different languages
@seth also, apart from 'YGar Sahadutah' - which is a direct quote of Lavan - which other words are not Lashon HaKodesh?
Oct
21
comment What is Rashi proving with words in different languages
@seth so how do you answer this question: What is Rashi proving with words in different languages???
Oct
20
answered What is Rashi proving with words in different languages
Oct
20
comment Am I allowed to wear a towel as a belt/scarf outside an Eiruv on Shabbos?
@avi, If both ends (= all 4 corners) of the towel are hanging in front of you (as apposed to draping one end behind your back) then I doesn't need tzitzis. (just like a collared shirt!)
Oct
20
accepted Wearing a deceased's shoes
Oct
20
comment Wearing a deceased's shoes
as there are no other better answers I'll mark this as the accepted answer
Oct
20
accepted Controling a nervous habit picking fingernails on shabbat