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Mar
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revised Do sliding doors require a mezuzah?
clarify how this question differs from the possible duplicate.
Mar
7
asked Do sliding doors require a mezuzah?
Mar
7
comment At what stage of moving into a home should there be a mezuza?
The only reason to wait is that I want to move the mezuzot from my current house to the new one, and I don't want to remove the mezuzot before I've actually moved.
Mar
7
comment At what stage of moving into a home should there be a mezuza?
I should have clarified... What is meant by "immediately upon entering a purchased dwelling"? When I buy it? When I start moving things in? When I change my address in my ID? When I actually sleep there?
Mar
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asked At what stage of moving into a home should there be a mezuza?
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awarded  Curious
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accepted My father-in-law was a Cohen. Are my children Cohanim?
Feb
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asked My father-in-law was a Cohen. Are my children Cohanim?
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awarded  Nice Question
Nov
19
comment Why is the wicked son sanctioned for doing what the wise son does?
that is an interesting point. He is not wicked because of what he asks, but rather he asks what he does because he is wicked.
Nov
19
comment Why is the wicked son sanctioned for doing what the wise son does?
I placed the emphasis on "to you" in both cases, because the text places that emphasis only for the wicked son, when that same text exists for the wise one.
Nov
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asked Why is the wicked son sanctioned for doing what the wise son does?
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Apr
12
comment When is it permitted to eat hametz when Pessach ends on Erev Shabbat?
@SethJ: You're right. I searched for a similar question before posting, but the SE search failed to find anything similar (probably due to my different spelling of hametz and other words). I guess the tags did the trick, but only after I posted :-)
Apr
12
asked When is it permitted to eat hametz when Pessach ends on Erev Shabbat?
Oct
9
comment Sukka in a covered balcony
...Whereas an etch-a-sketch can only draw... in black on a grey background, using one continuous straight line broken by right angles, but an iPad is pretty much a full-fledged computer. A more apt analogy would be an iPad vs an Android tablet. They're not identical, but for most purposes they're interchangeable, with or without best intents. In fact, I would argue that a sukkah should be made of temporary materials, and the idea of sechach lanetzach is a bit of a stretch to me, but it's perfectly kosher. I think that such a sukkah commemorates the desert worse than a sukkah under a roof.
Oct
9
comment Sukka in a covered balcony
I disagree with your etch-a-sketch analogy. Under the assumption that the purpose of the mitzvah is to commemorate the temporary housing of the Israelites in the desert, it would seem that something that is almost a sukka, except it is not under the sky, does a pretty good job of it. The walls and roof are temporary, made from the right materials and don't give adequate protection from the weather, and if you look through the sechach at the correct angle you can probably see stars as well. It performs 99% of the functionality of the sukkah... (more in the next comment)
Oct
9
comment Is it okay to drive a car on the Sabbath?
How about an electric car with no internal combustion?
Oct
9
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