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Jul
17
answered Feet together or just heels for Shmoneh Esrei?
Jul
16
asked How can the order of Ovinu Malkeinu be explained? Forgiveness comes before repentance
Jul
16
answered The Chofetz Chaim's kiddush cup
Jul
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there any water in a korban minchah?
Jul
15
reviewed No Action Needed Is a couple who got divorced allowed to be together?
Jul
15
reviewed No Action Needed Sleeping Music during the Three Weeks
Jul
14
revised Kohen travels next to a hearse under tree branches
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Jul
14
comment Kohen travels next to a hearse under tree branches
@DoubleAA Not there. But in his Sefer Taharas Hakohanim, p126, he quotes Shu”t Melamed Leho'il Chelek beis, Sheilah 132.
Jul
14
answered Kohen travels next to a hearse under tree branches
Jul
14
comment Answering Amein
Another way to stop the אמן חטופה is for the chazzan not to draw out the end of the brocho but to terminate it abruptly. It may not fit the tune so beautifully but it should ensure that the אמן is said at the right point.
Jul
9
revised Holding a child during bentching,kiddush,havdallah
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Jul
9
answered Holding a child during bentching,kiddush,havdallah
Jul
8
answered How long do I have after a bread meal to bensch?
Jul
7
reviewed Leave Open Is it permitted to have an abortion if divorce if imminent?
Jul
7
comment Kilayim in Chutz la'eretz
Good answer +1!
Jul
7
comment Kilayim in Chutz la'eretz
Related: judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/18927/… The answer says: The Rambam (Kilayim 1:3) and the Shulchan Aruch (YD 297:2) explicitly rule that the issue of Kilaei Zeraim (planting mixtures of edible seeds (except grapes)) only applies in the Land of Israel and a Jew can even plant his own mixtures outside of Israel on purpose. Is the rule on "seeds" the same as for vegetables?
Jul
6
comment Woman's hair covering in the home or in private
@DoubleAA For interest, to expand the issue beyond the question.
Jul
4
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
revised Can a gentile pray in a synagogue?
corrected spelling
Jul
2
awarded  Socratic