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Mar
28
answered Drinking Water after Eating Fish
Mar
21
answered The 4 sons - the evil son
Mar
21
awarded  Altruist
Mar
20
answered Does a synagogue have the right to dispose of objects abandoned there?
Mar
20
revised Does a synagogue have the right to dispose of objects abandoned there?
edited to make sense of the question
Mar
19
comment Is it permissible to embarrass a thief?
Reminds me of this article about parking in a plot reserved for disabled people
Mar
19
answered Is it permissible to embarrass a thief?
Mar
19
comment How is the prayer of אל ארך אפים on Mondays and Thursdays different from tachanun?
@Ariel The rubric in the siddur Rinas Yisrael linked above has us saying Kel Erech Apayim even when Tachnun is omitted as Michoel says. The asterisk in the Siddur Ari is amazing. The editor could just have said "any day in which we don't say Tachanun".
Mar
18
asked How is the prayer of אל ארך אפים on Mondays and Thursdays different from tachanun?
Mar
17
revised What is “בלי עין הרע”?
responded to comment
Mar
17
answered What is “בלי עין הרע”?
Mar
15
answered Is it permitted for a Jew to accept an invitation by the Pope to attend mass
Mar
14
awarded  Investor
Mar
14
comment Can God destroy Himself?
@Derfder ping see addition to my answer.
Mar
14
revised Can God destroy Himself?
added 337 characters in body
Mar
14
answered Can God destroy Himself?
Mar
12
comment Were condemned prisoners drugged prior to execution?
I had always wondered how to translate discombobulate into Hebrew.
Mar
12
comment Eating whole foods — like sandwiches and pizza
@Fred Your comment is an answer, I suggest.
Mar
12
comment Custom to refrain from eating meat at the Pesach Seder?
Another custom to avoid confusion with the korban pesach is that Kedassia (kashrus authority) label their "kosher le'pesach" products "Kosher Al Pesach". (Kosher le pesach could be read as fitting to be a korban pesach!)
Mar
12
comment Is there a custom not to eat roasted chicken at the Seder?
We serve a one-pot stew (potatoes, meat, vegetables) which stays hot until you reach the point of the meal and does not require complex activities from my wife who also wants to hear the hagodo.