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NOTE: Like Wikipedia, this site makes no guarantee of validity, and does not offer professional (particularly rabbinic) advice. Treat information from this site like it came from a crowd of your friends. // Jewish law. Specifically, the legal process beginning with the written Torah and continuing through the Mishna, Talmud, and the legal codes (e.g., Rambam, Tur, Shulchan Aruch).

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I am excerpting part of an answer to this question the Aruch HaShulachan (as well as the B'er Heitev) in סימן קי - דיני תפילת ''הביננו'', ותפילת הדרך והפועלים says: טו: אין לאמר תפילת הדרך …
asked Jul 30 '14 by DanF
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How many generations back is one allowed to go to identify himself as being Jewish? If a Jew converts to another religion, he is still Jewish and his descendants are Jewish. Does this mean that if so …
asked Feb 18 '16 by DanF
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a private place and one is forbidden to invade another person's private, personal space. I can understand the concept of the privacy, overall. But I'm curious if there is any halacha per se that … specifically about an unoccupied bedroom. (Other than halacha, I'm not sure how to tag this question; please assist / edit) …
asked Jun 5 '15 by DanF
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I have a computer program that I use to print the Tikkun, so that I can practice the parsha while at work (instead of shlepping the huge Tikkun book.) Today, I accidentally spilled water on the sheet …
asked Sep 4 '14 by DanF
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Sadly, I read in a local paper, about this incident: Someone illegally parked in a disabled spot at a doctors office. A disabled person arrived for his doctor's appointment, and saw that the only dis …
asked Jun 24 '15 by DanF
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I am trying to "co-ordinate" Rambam"s explanation of how to determine Judaic leap years with a key verse in the Torah. Ranbam states in Mishneh Torah, Sanctification of the New Month 4:2: Mishneh To …
asked Aug 3 '15 by DanF
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According to Remo in Shulchan Aruch Yorah De'ah a9:2 as referred in this OU article, people should wait 6 hours after eating hard cheese. Let's say someone eats a type of cheese that is partially har …
asked May 31 '15 by DanF
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Chafetz Chaim issues a warning against praising someone excessively in public or before that person's enemies. Excerpt from here: One should not praise someone in public, says the Chofetz Chaim. T …
asked Oct 22 '15 by DanF
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Years ago, I attended Lincoln Square Synagogue when Rabbi Riskin was Rav. It is the only shul that I know of that is built like a stadium, with the ark in the front of the shul (I.e. if one drew a dia …
asked Apr 27 '17 by DanF
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I know that someone who has recovered from a serious illness or returned from a long hospital stay recites Bircat Hagomel. Should you or would it be appropriate to recite the bracha after receiving p …
asked Jun 30 '15 by DanF
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Are there any halachot regarding the poles used on the sides of a Torah scroll? For example: All the poles that I have seen are made from wood. Must they be made from wood or can any materials whats …
asked Aug 31 '15 by DanF
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A person placed a posting online that said, "I just had a tag sale, and all left-overs are on my lawn free to anyone that wants to take it. Help yourself!" Someone comes by, sees a large dresser on t …
asked Jun 9 '15 by DanF
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Talmud Megillah 22א says that each aliyah must have a minimum of 3 psukim left to the end of the parsha as well as start with at least 3 psukim before it in the parsha (paragraph.) What is considered …
asked May 9 '18 by DanF
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I am aware that someone would say Bircat Hagomel after recovering from surgery or another major illness. Can someone say the bracha after outpatient procedures such as a colonoscopy, where they have …
asked May 15 '14 by DanF
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This summary of the beginning of the Pidyon Haben (redeeming the first born son) is on wikipedia In the traditional ceremony, the father brings the child to the Kohen and recites a formula, or r …
asked Feb 1 '15 by DanF

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