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Sep
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asked Do women also wear white on Yom Kippur?
Sep
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comment What aspects of Yom Kippur may a non-Jew not participate in?
@JeffreyLevine thanks for the good wishes, and Shanah Tovah to you as well! I will ask the Rabbi about Yizkor.
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revised Is this really in the Talmud?
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Sep
12
comment What aspects of Yom Kippur may a non-Jew not participate in?
I doubt that will be an issue. It's a Chabad shul and I've yet to see a woman opening the ark. Furthermore, Rabbi knows that I'm converting.
Sep
12
revised What aspects of Yom Kippur may a non-Jew not participate in?
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Sep
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comment What aspects of Yom Kippur may a non-Jew not participate in?
both, confusing sorry. I will be fasting and I have not yet been assigned a personal Rabbi. I've been attending services at a Chabad shul and I know the Rabbi doesn't do conversions so I don't want impose on him by asking him...
Sep
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asked What aspects of Yom Kippur may a non-Jew not participate in?
Sep
12
asked Is this really in the Talmud?
Sep
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comment Does someone maternally Jewish, but without documented proof, need “giyur l'chumra”?
@RabbiMichaelTzadok , would one be issued with a 'certificate of Jewishness' if it is found that they are of matrilineal Jewish descent? How is that recognised? Also, what if along the line the ancestors deviated and practiced avodah zarah? I read that if a Jew decides to return to Judaism after idol worship, they have to immerse in mikveh, so is this required of someone who later discovers that they are of Jewish matrilineal descent?
Sep
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asked May one say Oseh Shalom at any time?
Aug
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accepted Non-Jews & Shul Access
Aug
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comment Non-Jews & Shul Access
@user3142 Thank you for your reply and your encouragement.
Aug
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comment Non-Jews & Shul Access
Thank you. The reason I posted this question is that despite my repeated calls and requests to visit a shul, they have not yet said I can visit. I don't know why. I really want to convert, I went into debt to move into walking distance of this shul and I'm not a secret 'Messianic'. I have since been attending services at a Reform shul because that beats staying at home, but I don't feel that I'm getting the full picture + there are too many 'Messianics' there.
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revised Non-Jews & Shul Access
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revised Non-Jews & Shul Access
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asked Non-Jews & Shul Access
Jun
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comment Matrilineal descent & Zera Israel
@msh210, yes I am asking if the person fits the definition of Zera Yisrael since their status as a Jewish person is in doubt but it is acknowledged that they have Jewish ancestors. Thank you
Jun
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comment Matrilineal descent & Zera Israel
@msh210 I tagged halacha because I thought matrilineal descent renders one "halachically Jewish" I apologise if this was offensive to you or if I am incorrect, and I have since removed the tag.
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