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May
27
revised The origins of davening
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May
27
asked The origins of davening
May
27
answered The authenticity of rabbinic literature
May
26
comment When does one stay up all night?
I don't really know (I don't have a copy of the sefer), I've just heard of the minhag and the looked online for sources. (theyeshivaworld.com/weekly_torah.php?id=28)
May
26
revised When does one stay up all night?
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May
26
accepted Is one obligated to believe a fellow jew?
May
26
comment Is one obligated to believe a fellow jew?
@msh210: got it and thanks.
May
26
comment Is one obligated to believe a fellow jew?
How is that not a contradiction (assuming you meant no chance to the second two, and Alex says yes to the last one?
May
26
comment Is one obligated to believe a fellow jew?
I realize this might sound stupid, but it would seem to me that putting off giving is the same as not giving and would also violate the lo ta'aseh.
May
26
comment Is one obligated to believe a fellow jew?
Thank you. Any chance you know something about the other two points?
May
26
asked Is one obligated to believe a fellow jew?
May
26
comment “Safe” Foods in Non-Mehadrin Situations
I believe that the source for bourbon is that it is always made in new casks, and it has no problems with yaiin nesech as it is not a grape product. (kashrut.com/articles/liquor2) I do not know where this shows up in any halachik work though.
May
26
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May
26
revised “Safe” Foods in Non-Mehadrin Situations
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May
26
comment “Safe” Foods in Non-Mehadrin Situations
Apologies, I should have written plain beer as opposed to non-plain. I should also have been more careful about my phrasing with the milk. Apologies.
May
26
answered “Safe” Foods in Non-Mehadrin Situations
May
26
comment Why does parshat bamidbar repeat census information?
And we also find out the leaders of each tribe when they bring their korbanot...
May
25
comment wording of the invitation to birkas hamazon
Apologies, don't see how that is present in the question.
May
25
comment wording of the invitation to birkas hamazon
Sephardim say hav lan nvarech to start it off.
May
24
answered Is it actually forbidden to push a wheelchair outside of an eruv on Shabbat?