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I am not sure if Halchically a get should be a proof of conversion, but I can tell you that in practice the Rabbanut will not even except their own divorce certificates as a proof of Jewishness, forge …
answered Nov 20 by simyou
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While it is not explicit in the Rambam, I understand that the courts will simply not deal with a case of someone who killed in a case of "kanaim pogim bo", and there is no need to prove anything. I be …
answered Sep 26 by simyou
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Mishlei is generally teaching a practical morality. It is about life, not about the soul after death. Someone who messes with another man's wife will be burned from having held her, as one who holds …
answered Nov 15 by simyou