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I just learned that mesimmetim are toiveled as part of the preparation for burial. I assume this is done in a mikvah. I assume this is not the same mikvah that the living use to toivel themselves or their keilim.

Can someone with experience or knowledge confirm that both assumptions of the last sentence are correct?

We should live to see the days of Moshiach

I just learned that mesim are toiveled as part of the preparation for burial. I assume this is done in a mikvah. I assume this is not the same mikvah that the living use to toivel themselves or their keilim.

Can someone with experience or knowledge confirm that both assumptions of the last sentence are correct?

We should live to see the days of Moshiach

I just learned that metim are toiveled as part of the preparation for burial. I assume this is done in a mikvah. I assume this is not the same mikvah that the living use to toivel themselves or their keilim.

Can someone with experience or knowledge confirm that both assumptions of the last sentence are correct?

We should live to see the days of Moshiach

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Are mesimmetim toiveled in regular mikvaos?

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I just learned that mesim are toiveled as part of the preparation for burial. I assume this is done in a mikvah. I assume this is not the same mikvah that peoplethe living use to toivel themselves or their keilim.

Can someone with experience or knowledge confirm that both assumptions of the last sentence are correct?

We should live to see the days of Moshiach

I just learned that mesim are toiveled as part of the preparation for burial. I assume this is done in a mikvah. I assume this is not the same mikvah that people use to toivel themselves or their keilim.

Can someone with experience or knowledge confirm that both assumptions of the last sentence are correct?

We should live to see the days of Moshiach

I just learned that mesim are toiveled as part of the preparation for burial. I assume this is done in a mikvah. I assume this is not the same mikvah that the living use to toivel themselves or their keilim.

Can someone with experience or knowledge confirm that both assumptions of the last sentence are correct?

We should live to see the days of Moshiach

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