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OK, we've got some discussionsome discussion going on about issues affecting lifeissues affecting life within the gray zone of the Halachic Dateline and the International Dateline, but what is the original source of such a concept, if there is one? Can it not just be that whatever is deemed Saturday in some remote place in the world is Saturday (as in the minority opinion at the end of this article)?

OK, we've got some discussion going on about issues affecting life within the gray zone of the Halachic Dateline and the International Dateline, but what is the original source of such a concept, if there is one? Can it not just be that whatever is deemed Saturday in some remote place in the world is Saturday (as in the minority opinion at the end of this article)?

OK, we've got some discussion going on about issues affecting life within the gray zone of the Halachic Dateline and the International Dateline, but what is the original source of such a concept, if there is one? Can it not just be that whatever is deemed Saturday in some remote place in the world is Saturday (as in the minority opinion at the end of this article)?

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OK, we've got some discussion going on about issues affecting life within the gray zone of the Halachic Dateline and the International Dateline, but what is the original source of such a concept, if there is one? Can it not just be that whatever is deemed Saturday in some remote place in the world is Saturday (as in the minority opinion at the end of this article)?