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Questions about places with Jewish connections.

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Try http://jewishhistory.huji.ac.il/links/maps.htm#biblical Links to Many Maps... Probobly a Martin Gilbert map could be your best bet. Hope this helps..
answered Feb 17 '16 by SamuelManuel
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It would depend on the exact dimentions of the barrriers. For Natural Topagraphy be considered a Mechitza, It would have to rise 10 tefachim in a span of 4 Amos. (mishna berura siman 363) (about 12% g …
answered Feb 22 '16 by SamuelManuel
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The Far Rockaway/Lawrence, NY Eruv http://www.shaaray-tefilah.org/eruv.pdf contains the route of I-878. However they did build a Mechitza on the Far Rockaway side of the road for those in FR who are M …
answered Mar 6 '16 by SamuelManuel
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The most lenient shita for a reshus horabim i have ever heard of is that 600,000 people must pass on the road EVERY day. Do any roads with daily CAPACITY for 600,000 people exist today? Do any roads …
asked Feb 22 '16 by SamuelManuel
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I know that Lakewood NJ has a techum map, -they need one for walking to the new developnents that are not connected to the main part of town. I think lakewood and monsey also need one because they sub …
answered Aug 28 '16 by SamuelManuel