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Questions related to how something was in the past, and how it's developed since then.

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Ramba"m in hilchot shemita veyovel (10:2) says that the first shemita was 21 years after Jews entered Israel (14 years until they captured the land and 7 years till the first shemita), which is 2510 y …
answered Sep 28 '14 by jutky
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Where did Rash"i's commentary leave off when died? Did he finish it? What was he working on?
asked Nov 29 '10 by jutky
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In Israel you can own a kosher cell phone. This means that you have a constant monthly payment with a bank of minutes you can use to call other kosher phones and landline phones. Taking pictures, surf …
answered Nov 27 '11 by jutky
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I made redemption of my first son at one well-born cohen whose surname is: Kopshitz. Later I heard that his surname is in yiddish "Kop Tzitz", which would be in English "Head Tzitz". The reason for th …
answered Jan 23 '12 by jutky
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According to the Hebrew Wiki the capital punishment was canceled 40 years before destruction of the second temple in 70CE.
answered Nov 22 '10 by jutky
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In Sanhedrin 65b (line 24 and further) Tornosrufus asked same question to R. Akiva. R. Akiva answered that there are three proofs that the day Jew think is Shabbos is a real Shabbos. River Sebation …
answered Jan 16 '12 by jutky
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I've heared that Rabbenu Tam made a gzeira that cancels the curse of "ו תם לריק כוחכם", hence he is called Tam. Here is a source that states this.
answered May 22 '11 by jutky
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I don't know how much this source is reliable, but it is explained there that Moshe Rabeinu was born on a simple year, and was niftar on 7 Adar beis of a leap year.
answered Oct 27 '10 by jutky
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Recently I got a pleasureful reading of the Ramban's dispute. I think it a great source for "דע מה להשיב" (know what to answer to heretics). I'm sure there were similar disputes by other great Rabbi …
asked Mar 11 '12 by jutky