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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
21
reviewed Approve Joseph's interpretation of 7 years of famine - was his prediction false?
Nov
26
reviewed Edit At what cost must one perform a mitzvah?
Nov
26
revised At what cost must one perform a mitzvah?
As per OP's request, made changes clarifying the references to Biblical mitzvot
Nov
26
reviewed Edit Can a Jew lose their Jewish Status?
Nov
26
revised Can a Jew lose their Jewish Status?
Clarified key assertions
Nov
3
comment Keeping up with fast davening
@Ze'evFelsen You're right; my assumptions were incorrect
Oct
26
reviewed Approve Should a get be sought from the Movement that did the wedding?
Jun
18
reviewed Approve How to return to Judaism if my family ancestors left it before my birth?
Jun
1
awarded  Yearling
Apr
30
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
29
answered If I'll tell you I'll have to kill you, maybe even then not
Mar
20
accepted Examining a old bedikah cloth
Mar
20
accepted Addressing mother as teacher
Mar
20
reviewed Approve How do we know that God exists?
Mar
19
asked Addressing mother as teacher
Mar
14
reviewed Approve Why did David ask Uriah to go back to Betsheba?
Feb
20
revised PTIJ: If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
looks nicer as quote than code
Jan
17
reviewed Approve Jew raised in a secular home wants to connect again, Switzerland
Dec
10
comment How to explain to friends/family that one will not attend an intermarriage
Sending a gift or even offering congratulations is unacceptable. I agree that you should try to give minimum offense, but you simply cannot in any way signal acceptance, encouragement or happiness with the act. Intermarriage is a profound rejection of Judaism, and while it is not done with any malice towards our G-d and religion it's simply not okay, and you cannot intimate that it is. After the fact, you should maintain relations with the couple as if you never noticed they got married, and similarly ignore anniversaries.