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


Nov
18
comment Yisgadal or Yisgadel?
I agree it's what he says so I haven't downvoted.
Nov
18
comment Can a public Torah reading be done by repeating words and trope as read by another?
The OP. You said "If done as you described where the one reading out of a chumash reads first, and afterwards the other reads out of the Torah, it should be fine." But the OP never described anyone reading out of a Torah. The guy couldn't even read Hebrew. He might be looking at a Torah, but he isn't reading anything.
Nov
18
comment Yisgadal or Yisgadel?
This logic, though, is quite fallacious as yisgadal could actually be Hebrew.
Nov
18
comment Can a public Torah reading be done by repeating words and trope as read by another?
He doesn't describe anyone reading out of the Torah though.
Nov
18
comment Can a public Torah reading be done by repeating words and trope as read by another?
@Shokhet "they can't read the Hebrew writing in the Torah" (from the question) "It seems that the 'reader' wasn't actually reading; he was just mimicking what the rabbi was saying and the Torah was there as a prop" (from the question)
Nov
18
comment Can a public Torah reading be done by repeating words and trope as read by another?
@Shokhet I can't know what you are looking at. The case in the referenced Mishna Berura is where the person is reading out of a Torah and needs help with the notes. Our case is a person parroting sounds while standing in the vicinity of a Sefer Torah. How are those remotely related?
Nov
18
comment Can a public Torah reading be done by repeating words and trope as read by another?
-1 The Mishna Berura you cite does not describe this practice. Are people upvoting this after reading the source or before?
Nov
18
comment Can a public Torah reading be done by repeating words and trope as read by another?
The Rabbi can read the type in the Chumash but not in the Torah?
Nov
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
18
comment Why create lust?
That's the same gemara as my answer.
Nov
18
comment Why put Psalm 130 right before barchu?
Note some recite it before Tachanun.
Nov
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there another meaning behind the words “Urim Vetumim”?
Nov
18
comment How could Avraham feed his guests tongue?
Where did God recognize him as a Kohein?
Nov
18
comment How could Avraham feed his guests tongue?
How does that apply to Avraham? Were Kohanim back then only Kohanei Chazak and not Kohanim Meyuchasim?
Nov
18
comment Relations with one's wife
combined with judaism.stackexchange.com/q/30440/759 it is certainly a dupe.
Nov
18
revised Why create lust?
updated title and tags to match q
Nov
18
answered Why create lust?
Nov
17
comment Why was Yitzhak “laughing” with his wife openly?
I think the Or HaChayim is saying he saw them snuggling/holding hands/etc. about which presumably one need not be as careful about regarding absolute privacy as actual intercourse.
Nov
17
comment How could Avraham feed his guests tongue?
"through logic" What logic exactly is this? Someone who "ha[s] taken on the spreading the worship of Hashem" is therefore considered a Kohein? That's pretty poor logic if you ask me.
Nov
17
comment How could Avraham feed his guests tongue?
"UPDATE While this does not necessarily apply to Avraham it explains why we are allowed to eat tongue today." Why did you include any of that here? It doesn't address the question, it is long, and I move for its removal.