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bio website halocho.blogspot.com
location Jerusalem
age 49
visits member for 3 years, 2 months
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Previously: Project Manager at Answers.com and updater of Halocho a day web sites and facebook groups.

Currently: Programmer at Hyperlync and concentrating on Daf Yomi, 2nd cycle.

Self reminder: It's & rlm; you need to add to the end of Hebrew text.


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reviewed Leave Open “Hello” and “sincerely” when writting letters
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answered Prophet “Jeremiah” from Tanach in translation to German language online available?
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reviewed Reviewed Prophet “Jeremiah” from Tanach in translation to German language online available?
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revised Prophet “Jeremiah” from Tanach in translation to German language online available?
Typos
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reviewed Leave Closed Why is there no more animal sacrifice as our forefathers did?
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answered Mussaf before Mincha Katana
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comment Is this the Chofetz Chaim?
@Dave - that seems to be a dead link - can you report a live one, please.
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revised Why is there no more animal sacrifice as our forefathers did?
Typos
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answered Does “vertical” distance require saying Tefillat Haderech?
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answered beracha, kavanos and words
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comment CYLOR and Mesorah
Not sure I understand; if you know the answer (since you claim you know your Mesora) then why are you asking the Rov?
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reviewed Reviewed “Hello” and “sincerely” when writting letters
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revised “Hello” and “sincerely” when writting letters
Improved title
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Had B'nai Yisra'el not sent the spies, would they have had to fight against Amalek?
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comment Is there an 'Inyan of Upsherin for girls?
@SethJ - I read all that, and I'm still opposed to pseudo-Judaism, no matter how well it's integrated into parts of society.
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reviewed Close Women and mayim achronim
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awarded  Revival
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answered Kohain marrying divorcee
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comment Is there an 'Inyan of Upsherin for girls?
As per judaism.stackexchange.com/a/13208/501: The origins are possibly / probably pagan - and therefore asking questions about an "adopted" Minhag is rather peculiar. Feel free do remold the ceremony as you wish.
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answered Can a Jew join Christians in saying grace before meals?