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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​כי הות אמינא מילתא הוה אקשי ליך עשרין וארבע קושייתא ונפריקנא להון עשרין וארבעה פרוקי וממילא רווחא שמעתא


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comment Can non-biological matter cause your sink, dishes, or food to become non-kosher?
Its not biological
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comment Can non-biological matter cause your sink, dishes, or food to become non-kosher?
What about salt that is tikrovet avoda zara?
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comment Can non-biological matter cause your sink, dishes, or food to become non-kosher?
So yayin nesach is kosher but just asur behana?
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comment Can non-biological matter cause your sink, dishes, or food to become non-kosher?
Can you cite a specific place in that extensive work which makes the claims you attribute to it?
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comment Can non-biological matter cause your sink, dishes, or food to become non-kosher?
What if the metal shavings are a tikrovet avoda zara?
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comment If Christianity is avodah zarah and Islam is not, why has the Christian world triumphed over the non-Christian, and why do Jews prefer to live among Christians and not Muslims?
This seems more like a comment.
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comment Is there a mitzvah to escort a non-Jew?
I don't find your logic convincing in the slightest. Pre-mt-sinai is a different ballgame
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comment Why do most Ashkenazim read the Torah flatly on a table while many Sefardim read it standing vertically?
judaism.stackexchange.com/q/56468/759 Just like a mezuza and the inside of your tefillin
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comment Is one a heretic if he does not believe in Kabbalah?
They are only synonymous to certain people in certain times and places in certain contexts. I would never refer to what is popularly nowadays called kabbalah as תורת חן, for instance, nor would I interpret חכמה האמת as referring to it. Certainty I can't imagine all Rishonim used those words in the same way.
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comment If Christianity is avodah zarah and Islam is not, why has the Christian world triumphed over the non-Christian, and why do Jews prefer to live among Christians and not Muslims?
Can you translate and/or summarize per our site policies on jargon and citations?
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comment Why do we not use the original language of בִּרְכַּת הַמִּינִים?
@rikitikitembo No.
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comment Is one a heretic if he does not believe in Kabbalah?
@HaLeiVi "pitted against" Let's not go pretending Machloket is not a natural part of our Mesorah. It's not heretical to argue with Torah luminaries and still respect them immensely.
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comment Is one a heretic if he does not believe in Kabbalah?
I don't know, but the bigger problem is your misrepresenting what he wrote. מדבר שקר תרחק. Why not stop lying and edit your post to faithfully represent your source?
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comment Mi Yodeya and Teaching Non-Jews
@IsaacKotlicky Any and all. The more you can source the better.
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comment Is one a heretic if he does not believe in Kabbalah?
He never even says the words תורת נסתר
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comment Mi Yodeya and Teaching Non-Jews
Can you source any of your assertions?
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answered Using Dishwashers for both Meat and Milk
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comment Using Dishwashers for both Meat and Milk
@user6591 No need. RMF is already strongly questioned by later Achronim. I'm just giving you a hard time. I know you're just quoting.
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comment Using Dishwashers for both Meat and Milk
@user6591 Different dishwashers work differently regarding water heating.
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comment Using Dishwashers for both Meat and Milk
@user6591 Can't you just look at it and see if it's clean? Much easier than having two racks. That's what we rely on for Kashrut with pots (ie for Nat-bar-Nat vs b'ein, or for prepping for Hag'ala) all the time: visible inspection of cleanliness.