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Jan
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comment Interracial marriages : Has anyone ever forbid it?
If they were not Jewish, then it is a completely different story and everyone would agree that a Jewish person is not allowed to marry a non-Jewish person.
Jan
4
comment Interracial marriages : Has anyone ever forbid it?
There is no problem of them marrying in such a case. Why would you think otherwise?
Dec
14
comment Resources for teaching chassan classes
I was talking about both the "halachos" and the "hashfaka".
Dec
13
comment Resources for teaching chassan classes
You can't learn these halachos from a book and then teach it. You have to learn it from a PERSON who will teach it according to their Mesorah. There are a lot of things even in the Mishna Berurah which are not followed nowadays as exactly written, especially in these sensitive areas of halacha.
Oct
31
comment Question about a 'Jewish proverb'
Just to clarify, a sin done multiple times is not OK! The sinner just feels like it's OK. They get used to it. It becomes "who they are." They think to themselves Oh, X religious obligation? I don't do that. An examples of this is somebody who says "I'm not shomer (negiah)"as if that gives them permission to do whatever they want. Or "I don't have to make a point of making Asher Yatzar, I don't do that." Why not? I just don't. Hmm...that's not a very good reason! -Rebbetzin HaQoton
Oct
23
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Oct
23
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Oct
14
comment Is laying with a woman during her separation worthy of death or just uncleanness?
And there is no death penalty, only a punishment of being "cut off" which is spiritual excommunication, see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kareth
Oct
7
comment Biblical prediction for Ashkenazi-Sephardi split
there is no split.
Oct
6
answered Are there teachings of Rabbenu Moshe HaDarshan found outside of Rashi?
Oct
5
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Oct
1
comment Minimum Number of Days before Hefsek Tahara: Sephardi vs. Ashkenazi
Well that's what it says in Shiurei Shevet HaLevi on pg. 297 second paragraph. I will try to speak to my Yemenite friends and ask them if this is true. They don't ALWAYS go with the Rambam.
Sep
29
comment Minimum Number of Days before Hefsek Tahara: Sephardi vs. Ashkenazi
I assume that it would be as a zecher to the halacha min hatorah of a niddah being tmeah a flat rate of seven days after which she could go to the mikva, so they make her wait seven days after which she could begin the process of counting seven clean days to go to the mikva (see Taz YD 196:6 for a similar custom)
Sep
29
answered Who should be asking nidda questions?
Sep
29
answered Minimum Number of Days before Hefsek Tahara: Sephardi vs. Ashkenazi
Sep
27
answered Is the sefer Knesses Hagedolah on the Tur in print?
Sep
22
comment if a woman went to mikveh after 7 days is it kosher bedieved?
Because of that question, Chazal were gozer to keep seven clean days. But it seems to be only a chasash d'rabanan.
Sep
21
answered if a woman went to mikveh after 7 days is it kosher bedieved?
Sep
19
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Sep
10
answered Students who received Smicha from Rabbi Akiva Eger