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Oct
28
awarded  Yearling
Jun
20
accepted Is there a concept of giving a fatter sacrifice?
Jun
20
asked Is there a concept of giving a fatter sacrifice?
Apr
29
answered Ashkenazic vs. Sefardic grammar tendencies
Apr
17
comment Rubik's cube on Shabbos
Perhaps it could be muktzeh?
Apr
11
answered Do people who are Jewish by ancestry but are descendents of apostates need to convert?
Apr
11
answered How can we strengthen belief in the coming of Moshiach and the end of our exile?
Apr
11
comment Zechuto Yagen/Tagen Alenu?
I'm just asking why I see זי״ע in many sefarim and not זת״ע. And saying they were ignorant to such a basic rule in grammar isn't a good answer I'm my opinion
Apr
11
asked Zechuto Yagen/Tagen Alenu?
Apr
11
comment Changing minhag about tallit gadol
@DhoweedYaAgov, with regards to the first line of your first comment, המנהג מבטל ההלכה (Yerushalmi, b"m 7:1) jk
Apr
10
answered Can one say “Hazak u'Baruch” to both men and women? If not, is there a female equivalent?
Apr
10
comment Why are the descendants of Rav Pappah mentioned in the text of the Siyum for a tractate of Talmud?
Do any Mefarshim discuss the idea that Rav Papa was unique and special in that he successfully fulfilled the mitzvah of chinuch to all of his children, or something along those lines?
Apr
10
answered Lag Baomer - why not Laomer?
Apr
10
comment Why was the Shulchan Aruch's ruling to wait until Lad LaOmer to cut one's hair?
Does the Shulchan Aruch's ruling apply equally to shaving?
Mar
17
comment Rav ovadia Yosef mishna berura
The rabbi said the book was called "Mishna Berura"
Mar
17
asked Rav ovadia Yosef mishna berura
Mar
4
asked Is there a Halacha that sons may not be present at the burial of their parents?
Feb
3
awarded  Revival
Feb
3
comment Being exposed to Christmas music
I think you should reconsider your assumption that one is allowed to watch tv in the first place - Yechave Da'at 4:7
Feb
3
answered Is there a source for the custom of a Baal Teshuva not to sit in shul but rather to stand?