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Do stainless steel top kitchen carts require tevila prior to placing food items (such as fruit) directly on them?
asked Jul 18 '17 by Loewian
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The Monsey/Rockland Eruv map indicates one large karfif (in red). A karpef/karfif is as an area not designated for residency which invalidates an encompassing eruv if it is not itself separated by a d …
asked Jun 16 '17 by Loewian
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Rav Moshe Feinstein, z"l, is lenient with regard to allowing the loaning of money to a corporation because he maintains that the prohibition of ribis (usury) only applies where there is a shibud haguf …
asked Apr 14 '15 by Loewian
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According to Rav Yisrael Belsky (and based on the reasoning of Rav Yaakov Kaminetsky) toothpaste which contains non-kosher ingredients (such as animal-derived glycerin) is only kosher when the majorit …
asked Apr 17 '15 by Loewian
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According to the Rambam that the tekhelet strand if only half-dyed, where exactly should the halfway-mark (or, in the strings I've seen, the transition portion) fall? Should it be up against the hole …
asked Jul 5 '15 by Loewian
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For those who do not rely on heter mechira (selling) for bal yera'eh bal yimatzeh (the prohibition to own leaven on Pesach) for chametz gamur (certain leaven), do they generally sell flour or get rid …
asked Apr 3 '15 by Loewian
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Are there any traditions or halachic restrictions regarding the proper disposal of human hair (similar to with regard to nails or human remains)? Related: According to Halacha, does one have to …
asked Nov 25 '15 by Loewian
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What we colloquially call an "eruv" is actually intended to be a halachic doorway (tzurath hapethach) to count as a partition delineating a reshuth hayachid (private domain). As such, every post shoul …
asked Jul 28 '15 by Loewian
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There is a halachik principle brought down in the Talmud and codified in halacha known as shaat hashmad - a time of forced religious persecution. Generally, the rule is that any commandment of the …
asked Jul 6 '15 by Loewian
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We recite birchat hagomel after 1. traveling over the ocean; 2. traveling over the desert; 3. recovering from a serious illness; and 4. being released from prison. (Whether other cases of salvation ar …
asked Jan 29 '15 by Loewian
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kashrut agency be allowed to certify a caterer that, under duress, did? Do we distinguish between Jew and Gentile regarding this halacha? …
asked May 6 '15 by Loewian
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Assuming that there is a reliable eruv, are there any halachic issues with sledding on Shabbos?
asked Dec 18 '16 by Loewian
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Is there a problem of tarti d'satri (contradiction) with combining tekhelet strings dyed according to one view (e.g. half-dyed) with tying methods of a different view?
asked Jun 26 '15 by Loewian
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There is a traditional blessing a parent/father says for his children in many communities on returning from the synagogue on the nights of the high holy days or all Friday nights, etc. The text publis …
asked Dec 25 '15 by Loewian
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There is a general prohibition on depicting and/or owning depictions of celestial bodies, such as the sun and moon (see, e.g., the Rambam Hilkhoth Avoda Zara 3:18). Nonetheless, there are opinions th …
asked Aug 21 '17 by Loewian

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