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If one Rav paskens somemthing is Asur Deoraisa and another Paskens totaly mutar, beshas hadechak is it better to get a non jew to do it or a jew whose rav holds its muttar?

For example, if a certain city has a machlokes on an eruv (where the tzad isur holds deoraisa) and a mohel forgot to bring his knife to a baby's house for a milah on shabos, is it better to get a non jew to carry the baby/knife or for a jew who carries to do it?

Other examples of such situations are welcome in the comments.

  • Didn't you just ask this? judaism.stackexchange.com/q/68596/759 – Double AA Feb 25 '16 at 15:31
  • the answers/comments on that question were dancing around the issue by suggesting other ways to open the can or questioning how you would come to a beshas hadechak at all. This question is much clearer and the answers there do not address this question at all. – SamuelManuel Feb 25 '16 at 20:39
  • why would a mohel not be able to carry a knife on shabbos without an eruv? – Dude Feb 28 '16 at 14:29
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    @Dude Because carrying outside of an Eruv is prohibited on Shabbat. Are you saying since Milah is Doche Shabbat he can even carry a knife there? That is not the Halakha. Accd to that you could even go chop down trees to build a fire to forge steel into a knife. The Halakha is you can only do the direct acts of the Milah. – Double AA Feb 28 '16 at 14:45
  • A baby being born after tzais motzei shabbos of the Gra and not Shitas R"T? The bris according to one would be held on shabbos, while the other would wait until sunday... – Isaac Kotlicky Feb 29 '16 at 20:51

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