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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 Does a transparent hair-covering fulfil the halacha?
The other answer appears to be unfortunately confused about a number of concepts, as it is discussing regulations about concealing ervah. (Always worth looking back at original sources instead of making diyukim in late 20th century English Halacha guides.)
3h
answered Does a transparent hair-covering fulfil the halacha?
5h
reviewed Close Are there analogs to “Abba” & “Ima” for in-laws?
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comment Challah Friday Night
Did they actually eat the bottom layer first back then?
6h
revised Did each tribe of Israel serve a specific purpose?
format
11h
comment Bracha over Shelter
torahmusings.com/2012/11/chanukat-habayit
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comment Was a sefer torah ever actually written in Greek?
"There was a general prohibition within Judaism at that time not to write the holy books into languages other than Hebrew and Aramaic." This is simply not true. A Torah could be written in Hebrew or Greek, but not Aramaic (except the Aramaic phrases in it).
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comment What did women have to do with the moon's shrinking?
No, it definitely means they caused the deficiency in the moon.
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comment Woman's hair covering in the home or in private
@Seth I guess something like "regulations of Moses"?
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comment Woman's hair covering in the home or in private
"MiDeOraitha the exposed hair of a married woman is considered nudity" ??? Who holds that? Sear Isha Erva is learned from a verse in Canticles (cf. Brachot 24). How is that DeOraitha?
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comment Ishmael & Great Nation Status
@CashCow They, at least, claim to be descendant of Kedar ben Yishmael.
19h
comment Is un-pedigreed Jew assumed mamser for marrage to Orthodox girl even after he becomes Orthodox?
Can you provide any sources for your claims?
20h
comment Is it possible for mesorah to be discovered?
Didn't Herzl write in German?
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comment May I rely on the shaliach tzibur to fullfill my mitzvah of tefilah, even if I know how to pray?
@Jake Why are you telling me this? You've posted the "what" question twice and keep posting the "why" question in comments.
20h
comment When Yaakov said “whoever stole the idols will not live”, was that a curse or vow?
@Jake It could be a Shevua
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comment Can I choose not to violate Shabbos for “pikuach nefesh”?
YD 157 is the locus classicus
1d
revised Is Jerusalem worth fighting and dying for in the context of Jewish law?
links. and the tractate is oaths not weeks
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comment Are the calculations of the Molad mentioned by Ramba"m based on constant or variable (seasonal) figures?
During the winter a daylight Shaah Zemanit is shorter, but a nighttime SZ is longer!
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comment Is a sotah woman considered a suicide?
@rikitikitembo See Gil Student's article in Beit Yitzchak vol. 42 for sources on the topic.
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comment Is Jerusalem worth fighting and dying for in the context of Jewish law?
@Ryan They most certainly could not violate the Torah!!! They were not in it. I'm referring to post-revelation at Sinai when every Jew was bound unconditionally by Halacha.