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comment Can flowing water be used as walls for a sukkah?
@bondonk thanks for pointing out the solution for the roof problem. I didn't consider suspending it above the water, only imagining that the schach would be floating on it. So I deleted that from the answer.
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revised Can flowing water be used as walls for a sukkah?
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answered Was there a scriptural, halachic, rabbinical, or legal reason for Jewish involvement in the Civil Rights Movement?
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revised What is the meaning of “guf naki” regarding prohibitting women to wear tefillin?
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comment How are the two tales of dancing in vinyards on the 15th of Av related?
Can someone explain the downvote? I was trying to answer the question using historical and biblical sources. Did I offend someone or what?
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comment Is signing G-d's Holy name in casual conversation a violation of mentioning His name in vain?
No, I just love the language. I first started learning it to communicate with my daughter when she was born (you can communicate baby sign language way before children reach speaking age), and remained interested.
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comment Is signing G-d's Holy name in casual conversation a violation of mentioning His name in vain?
@DanF: From what I know, the most common ASL sign looks like a cross with one hand. So many Jews either wave a hand across the sky or point toward the sky. It is perhaps unsurprising that most sign languages, like Spanish, French, German, Ukrainian, etc. make the same pointed movement upwards. Israeli Sign Language was mostly developed from the German system, and thus also has pointing upwards.
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