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Apr
28
comment Hebrew language---pronunciation of the qamets again
which way are you pronouncing this? the teimonim and ashkanazim say no'onim safaradim say na'omi
Feb
5
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Jan
18
comment In Yemenite Nusach, what are the differences between Shami and Baladi?
i wasnt arguing it didnt mean traditional. my country and traditional are pretty much the same thing. but maybe you wanted to make it more specific or something idk. its ok though we got the point lol
Jan
18
comment In Yemenite Nusach, what are the differences between Shami and Baladi?
@Daniel puu.sh/mABb4/c1e1672b28.png
Jan
18
comment In Yemenite Nusach, what are the differences between Shami and Baladi?
balad means country. baladi means my country. baladi nosah means nosah of my country ie teimon. nosah shaami is called shaami because it comes from shaam mixed with traditional teimoni nosah. it incorporates the qabbalisitic nosah of the north which came to teimon through zakhariyo al dhahiri. he met with beith yoseif and brought these books to teimon. unfortunately so. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zechariah_Dhahiri
Jan
3
comment Did Rambam have Rashi's works?
drive.google.com/file/d/0B8F_PW9P6dqld05DLUJZZUJESmc/… english version
Dec
25
comment Source that prohibits raising hands during davening
drive.google.com/file/d/0B8F_PW9P6dqleTNrSWduMkV2cU0/… this is dana's edition of hammaspeeq
Dec
25
comment Did Rambam have Rashi's works?
you are welcome
Dec
25
comment Source that prohibits raising hands during davening
tafeello is not nafeellath appayeem. it is in the later that you raise your hands and not during the ameedho which is what: ומניח ידיו על לבו כפותין הימנית על השמאלית ועומד כעבד לפני רבו באימה ביראה ופחד is talking about. rabbeinu avrohom olow hashsholom is talking about nafeellath appayeem as well
Dec
25
comment Did Rambam have Rashi's works?
also have this הרמב"ם במזרח הים התיכון "קוראיו המסתייגים" של רש"י drive.google.com/file/d/0B8F_PW9P6dqleEs0RGIxR2NWaFk/…
Dec
25
comment Did Rambam have Rashi's works?
i also have a hebrew piece which deals with your question. if anyone wants to read it and sum it up as an answer go ahead: drive.google.com/file/d/0B8F_PW9P6dqlY01rMVBjM09Qc0E/… כלום לא נצנץ פירוש רש"י בבית מדרשו של הרמב"ם and the paper in the first paragraph that is being talked about is here: drive.google.com/file/d/0B8F_PW9P6dqlaWp5SDhuUWxkNW8/…
Dec
25
comment Did Rambam have Rashi's works?
rashshi's books came to yaman in around the 1500s with ashkanazim coming to yaman as a pit stop on their way to india. the teimonim would take books from them to copy and give back. it is said the rashshi of teimon is more authentic as their girso is older and didnt change with time as it did in europe. sometimes the ashkanazim would leave early and the teimonim would beg them to stay a little more so they can finish copying the books. sometimes they would finish after the 2nd batch of ashkanazim came.
Dec
22
comment Is there a Yemenite Taamei Hamikra teacher in Brooklyn?
@EliyahuHaTalmid no masoroth ovoth is on dahill near toro wa doath. the one close to kings highway is on ave o and east 9
Dec
20
comment Is there a Yemenite Taamei Hamikra teacher in Brooklyn?
@EliyahuHaTalmid theres 5 teimoni battei kannasath in brooklyn. jewishyemenites.com/JY_synog.html i got to masoroth ovoth on dahill. the reading there is not so good. the best reading is on ave j and e 2nd. hayyim ban sur welcomes people to come and learn. get in contact with him and you can learn a thing or two there. never been to the one on ave o e 9th but i heard good things bout it in regards to the kashruth of the seifar toro. and they read good as well i heard but not as good as on ave j.
Nov
10
comment What dates were the Talmuds and Midrashes written?
@HaLeiVi yea but ashkanazim dont come from that yashivo is what im saying. the reason why the bavli was accepted was because majority accepted it. since it was more up date with the times of the majority of jews living in boval. i think it was a political move or something
Nov
10
comment What dates were the Talmuds and Midrashes written?
@HaLeiVi the closest ashkanazim got to the jaonim were the provencial jews that were part of the ramban's yashivo in catalonia. they didnt have an actual masoro only a textual one. it would seem ramban also had a textual masoro except for his links with al andalus. ashkanazim didnt have a direct line to boval at all
Nov
10
comment What dates were the Talmuds and Midrashes written?
@HaLeiVi there is no sources for him learning from the jaonim only 16th century speculation. the ramban is earlier than maharshal and clearly states ashkanazim have no masoro to the jaonim. besides the maharshal and seidar haddoroth you have nothing. they too have nothing
Nov
10
comment What dates were the Talmuds and Midrashes written?
@HaLeiVi rabbeinu gershom was born in france/germany and died there. he learned from Yehuda HaKohen ben Meir(wiki). he didnt learn from the jaonim. there is no proof of that and his works are not in line with many of the jaonic sources. please site proof that he learned from the jaonim. look here where ramban rips a new one into the baalei tosofoth for not having any masoro to the jaonim. drive.google.com/file/d/0B8F_PW9P6dqlR0l2YU5GS3dMVG8/…
Nov
9
comment What dates were the Talmuds and Midrashes written?
@HaLeiVi no the chain didnt go to france and german yashivoth. thats the point im making. ashkanazim dont have a masoro from the jaonim. the ramban was a big part of making that claim against the baalei tosofoth and ashkanazim in general
Nov
9
comment What dates were the Talmuds and Midrashes written?
who is we in the "we are students of the Babylonian Yeshivos and Geonim". ashkanazim arent students of the jaonim. they have plenty of things they do that go against the rulings of the jaonim