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Jan
17
answered How do I repeal rabbinic laws? Who to contact? What is the process?
Jan
17
comment How do I repeal rabbinic laws? Who to contact? What is the process?
Rabbinic laws cannot be repealed the way you seem to think they can, (and fire on shabbos is actually a torah prohibition....). I'm still not sure what you're trying to ask --how could you repeal a law that applies to everyone?
Jan
17
comment How do I repeal rabbinic laws? Who to contact? What is the process?
What exactly do you mean?
Jan
17
comment Standing/sitting Shtender recommendation
Is the table top part easy to take on and off frequently?
Jan
17
comment Standing/sitting Shtender recommendation
Do you have a specific brand you're familiar with?
Jan
17
comment Standing/sitting Shtender recommendation
@mevaqesh and looks like I already upvoted an answer there :)
Jan
17
comment Standing/sitting Shtender recommendation
@mevaqesh Alright, so we'll see what happens. I'm going to post on meta about this.
Jan
17
comment Standing/sitting Shtender recommendation
@mevaqesh where to find a good mishna brura in English doesn't seem much different than this. About Judaism would be asking ABOUT the mishna brura, not where to buy one.
Jan
17
comment Standing/sitting Shtender recommendation
@mevaqesh then how are product recommendations ever on topic? A sefer is not about Judaism, it's a Jewish need but there are plenty sefer recommendations on here.
Jan
17
comment Standing/sitting Shtender recommendation
@mevaqesh an object very commonly used specifically for Jewish books, and therefore relevant and applicable specifically to Jewish needs in terms of learning
Jan
17
comment Lego on Shabbos
Why the downvote?
Jan
17
asked Standing/sitting Shtender recommendation
Jan
12
comment Why was it important for the Jews to leave Mitzraim with רכוש גדול?
Who/what sefer says this?
Jan
6
comment Is it really forbidden to bow more than 4 times a day?
@Gabe12 I don't think oseh shalom counts, but disclaimer I could be totally wrong here.
Jan
6
comment Is sarcasm a violation of the 9th commandment?
I wonder also if it's prohibited for musar-dik reasons. As in, if you get used to it you'll eventually use it in contexts where you are bothering the other person.
Jan
4
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Dec
24
comment What happened with G-d's promise?
@DannySchoemann perhaps I should have been more clear: he quotes כפתור ופרח for "based on borders promised to avos" and הרב אזולאי for "shechina is not fully in Israel until Jews live in those borders"...the rest he expands himself.
Dec
24
revised What happened with G-d's promise?
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Dec
24
comment What happened with G-d's promise?
So, it's a promise of land that should be ours, we just have never in history gotten our act together enough to control it.
Dec
24
answered What happened with G-d's promise?