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asked Male tzniut: Swimwear
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awarded  Editor
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comment Davening whilst on a road-trip, what must I do?
Thanks, this clarifies things.
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accepted Davening whilst on a road-trip, what must I do?
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revised Davening whilst on a road-trip, what must I do?
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asked When praying alone, can one say Ma'ariv/Arvit before shkia (sunset)?
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awarded  Commentator
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comment What purpose does the repetition of the Shemoneh Esrei (Amidah) serve?
Thanks, that makes things very clear. :)
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accepted What purpose does the repetition of the Shemoneh Esrei (Amidah) serve?
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asked What purpose does the repetition of the Shemoneh Esrei (Amidah) serve?
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asked Davening whilst on a road-trip, what must I do?
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comment Which parts of the prayer service must be said clearly out loud?
Interesting. Can you get some references? Also, let's take this to the furthest logical extent: if I were to study Gemara the entire time through Shacharit, saying "amen" in all the right places, and davening my Shemoneh Esrei, would I have fulfilled my obligation to pray?
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accepted Is there a purchasable copy of the Shulchan Aruch in Hebrew and English?
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comment What should be said after “sh'mei d'kudsha, brich hu” in Kaddish?
Also, thanks for the SA reference, always helpful and required in any answer to any major halachic matter :)
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comment What should be said after “sh'mei d'kudsha, brich hu” in Kaddish?
+1 for "Note that I'm not addressing the question of what to do if you're a non-Chabadnik who happens to be davening at a Chabad shul." Need to find a book on that ;)
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accepted What should be said after “sh'mei d'kudsha, brich hu” in Kaddish?
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asked What should be said after “sh'mei d'kudsha, brich hu” in Kaddish?
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asked Which parts of the prayer service must be said clearly out loud?
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asked Is it actually forbidden to push a wheelchair outside of an eruv on Shabbat?
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comment Why is Yitzchak spelled with a “sin” in Tehillim 105:9?
Wow, excellent. There really is always a reason, and that's an incredible one at that. Thanks muchly.