I thought it was forbidden to walk in front of a motion sensor on Shabbat But I read that Rabbi Shmuel Wosner allows it, because your intention is not to trigger the sensor [Shevet Halevi 9:69]. Is his responsum generally accepted or is it still a matter of dispute? I know people who will stay in their apartment on Shabbat because the owner refuses to turn off his motion sensors.



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