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You are probably thinking of this question and answer. No one actually came up with a Rabbi there.
answered Sep 2 '14 by Yishai
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The Mishna Brurah (688:12) says: בן עיר שהלך לכרך אם היה דעתו בעת נסיעתו לחזור למקומו בזמן קריאה ר"ל בזמן קריתה של ט"ו דהיינו משהאיר היום לא יהיה שם כי יחזור משם קודם אור היום אף שלבסוף רואה שהוא …
answered Feb 27 '15 by Yishai
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Here is a treatment of the subject. Basically it comes down to three views: 1) If the Torah requires the get, his real desire is to give it, and the coercing removes the Yetzer Hara's objection, whic …
answered Oct 11 '13 by Yishai
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Shulchan Aruch C.M. 409:3 says: אסור לגדל כלב רע אא"כ הוא אסור בשלשלאות של ברזל וקשור בהם ובעיר הסמוכה לספר מותר לגדלו וקושרו ביום ומתירו בלילה It is forbidden to raise harmful dogs unless he …
answered Jun 22 '15 by Yishai
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It says in the Gesher HaChaim that is the source of the Halachapedia article that this applies when the cremation was על פי צואת המת בחייו - at the behest of the deceased while he was alive. So no, i …
answered Jan 31 by Yishai
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I asked the proprietor of the Beis Medresh in question, and he said the main issue is קריע - tearing. It is a discussion in Achronim (see here) exactly what the nature of tearing is that is forbidden …
answered Jul 9 '14 by Yishai
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According to this Star-K article written by Rabbi Moshe Heineman, paper cannot be used for Schach: Stems that are used for schach must be in their original state and cannot be subject to further p …
answered Oct 27 '14 by Yishai
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attributed to the Drisha and not regarded as the Halacha - you can see Bnei Banim among other places that mention it - I'm just not going to see if the העזר מקודש contradicts it elsewhere and thus can't be …
answered Aug 10 '17 by Yishai
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Avos DeRabbi Nasan (7:3) defines the problem as bringing home gossip to your wife, how you were treated negatively, how you treated others in response, etc. According to that, the medium of communica …
answered Jun 24 '15 by Yishai
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The Rambam writes (Yisodeh Hatorah 5:4): וכל מי שנאמר בו יהרג ואל יעבור ועבר ולא נהרג הרי זה מחלל את השם. ואם היה בעשרה מישראל הרי זה חילל את השם ברבים ובטל מצות עשה שהיא קידוש השם ועבר על מצות לא …
answered May 6 '15 by Yishai
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Rav Chaim Kanievsky quotes the Mishnah Berurah: טלית שיש לה יותר מד' כנפות כגון בת ה' ... חייבת בציצית ... וי"א דהוא מדאורייתא ויש להמחמיר אם אפשר אבל אם כבר נעשה בכנף הקרוב ואי אפשר לתקן ... יכול …
answered Mar 14 '14 by Yishai
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The general answer is no it is not acceptable. Marrying and having children is a personal obligation of every Jewish man. Even if a man has the required number of children, or is unable to have childr …
answered Jul 22 '15 by Yishai
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Just recently (22 Cheshvan, 5774) a letter from the Lubavitcher Rebbe discussing the Yud-Yud spelling was published in a leaflet - page 22. In that letter he mentions the opinion of Rabbi Yaakov Meir …
answered Nov 7 '13 by Yishai
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The second question is discussed in a Teshuva here by Rabbi Yoel Brach. The question under discussion is a business that buys a bunch of Chametz inventory right before Pesach and then does the traditi …
answered Mar 25 '15 by Yishai
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Bogeress is essentially an independent, mature woman. This happens 6 months after the physical, Halachic signs of puberty, but not before 12 and 1/2 years old. This the category she remains in for the …
answered May 11 '15 by Yishai

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