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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 Zecher L'Churban - Why a plate at Tenayim and a glass at the Chupah?
I don't see where you are going with this
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comment How much aged cheese is needed in a cheese mix to require waiting 6 hours?
@sam for example, the CRC holds of it theyeshivaworld.com/news/kashrus-corner/185010/… I don't really understand why one would want to be machmir on such a practice which is already built on chumra on top of chumra on a minhag.
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comment How much aged cheese is needed in a cheese mix to require waiting 6 hours?
@Daniel Actually Chametz is considered Issur even before Pesach he.wikisource.org/wiki/… Isaac's question is better than you seem to think.
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comment Zecher L'Churban - Why a plate at Tenayim and a glass at the Chupah?
I would think so.
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comment Receiving an Aliyah/Dukhening While Wearing a Catheter
@AvrohomYitzchok In addition to sabbahillel's point, some people do look in order to focus and maintain Kavana. There is no Shekhina on the hands outside of the Mikdash, and many Kohanim cover them anyway.
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comment Zecher L'Churban - Why a plate at Tenayim and a glass at the Chupah?
@ShmuelBrin What's the difference? In both cases it's no longer binding on you.
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comment Is there any torah study community that allows Non - Jews?
Does that apply if the Ben Noach in question isn't interested in following the laws about which he is learning?
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comment Is taking control of land by a Jew in Israel a sin if it was not controlled by him before?
@Fred I think that's more about whether you can sell it to them, and if the produce they grow is subject to Miztvot Hateluyot BaAretz. I don't think anyone believes Lo Tignov wouldn't be in play whilst they own it.
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comment Is taking control of land by a Jew in Israel a sin if it was not controlled by him before?
@IsaacMoses Most importantly to the 'closure' issue, the question is just on-hold temporarily until edits that can help it are made.
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comment Is there any torah study community that allows Non - Jews?
sorta related judaism.stackexchange.com/q/23042/759 and qs linked from there
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comment Did manna fall on yontif?
related judaism.stackexchange.com/q/13933/759
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comment Did manna fall on yontif?
"We did not collect manna on Shabbat because of carrying." Source? I thought we didn't collect it because it didn't fall so it wasn't there.
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comment Source in Hazal for holding sisith during qiryath shema`?
Did you ask about holding 2 specifically as opposed to 4?
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comment Is taking control of land by a Jew in Israel a sin if it was not controlled by him before?
@luchonacho Indeed +1 to Daniel's recent comment. Applying law involves both understanding the principles and understanding the situation. You can either ask a general question about principles or use some situation as an application, but you have to have a well defined situation to ask about. You can construct whatever hypothetical you want to, and we can discuss how the laws would apply to it. For instance: "If a Jew kills the President of the USA with a BB-gun, may he drink apple juice on Tuesdays?" This has a defined case to deal with, so we can talk about it.
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comment Is taking control of land by a Jew in Israel a sin if it was not controlled by him before?
@luchonacho Yes, it is a fact. The Jews lived there and then the Romans kicked them out. In any event the edit didn't discuss expropriation or not. It just says who thinks who should or shouldn't be where. So nothing counterfactual has been claimed.
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comment On Burial Under the Altar
@RobertS.Barnes תנוחם מן השמים
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comment Is taking control of land by a Jew in Israel a sin if it was not controlled by him before?
@Scimonster Religion has absolutely nothing to do with it! A non-Jew who buys land in Eretz Yisrael has property rights and stealing from them is 100% a Biblical prohibition. I encourage you to delete your comment.
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comment Where does the zecher lechurban go in an apartment building?
@Loewian Yet most accept that understanding of בית as regards Mezuzah.
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comment Kel Maleh Rachamim for Jewish martyrs
Have you tried looking for these texts on Google? What did you find? What are you missing? Is there a certain format you want? editing your post in response to these questions can help you better get the answers you seek.
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comment Are Synagogues “holy ground,” offering protection from evil creatures?
@Mike Note though that those Mezuzot are often only there Lechumra (as a synagogue without an attached parsonage is likely exempt from the obligation) and hence may not be effective against vampires.