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I can say that I did. I will provide you with a good website that sets out reasonable guidelines for the halakha, but rules of thumb are usually helpful so I will provide quick ones: In Tur Shulhan Ar …
answered Mar 1 '12 by David Nagar
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It appears that one of two things occurred when you wrote your question: either you are bothered or puzzled by the things kiruv organization do, or hopeful that they have some heter. I will say that t …
answered Mar 1 '12 by David Nagar
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This is discussed in an article on my rebbe's website, about kinyanim (transactions) on the internet: A serious issue that is often raised today is whether one may maintain one's website to cond …
answered Mar 1 '12 by David Nagar