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The seventh day of the week and a day of rest. Also use this tag for questions that apply equally to Yom Tov and Shabbat.

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Midrash Rabbah Bereshit 11:2 says that G-d let Adam stay in Gan Eden for Shabbat, and only kicked him out after Shabbat was over. Pirkei D'Rebbi Eliezer (chapter 20) says that G-d sent him right … outside of Gan Eden (to Mount Moriah) before Shabbat, and the Shabbat protected him until Shabbat was over. …
answered Dec 31 '17 by Menachem
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discussions of business is forbidden on Shabbat. R' Avraham Chaim Na'ah explains that this refers to even intending to read just the news (which is technically permitted on shabbat, since it is … observance. R' Na'ah concludes however, that one shouldn't even read those publications on Shabbat, since sometimes when one reads them he is pained by the plight of Orthodox Jewry around the world, and …
answered Jun 11 '12 by Menachem
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In the Sefer Hamelech BeMesibo vol 2, page 30, the previous Lubavitcher Rebbe is quoted as saying that to an angel each moment is incredibly precious. A single moment is a long time for an angel. The …
answered Jul 14 by Menachem
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See my answer, quoting R' Avraham Chaim Na'eh (Badai HaShulchan 107:43), here.
answered Jul 4 '12 by Menachem
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See Shulchan Aruch Harav 252:1-2: The prohibition against work does not extend to your vessels working, and therefore you vessels are allowed to do work on Shabbat (See Halacha 15 where the Rabbis … prohibited noisy vessels from doing work, because of Zilzul Shabbat - Disrespect? of Shabbat - because people will hear the noise and think you did Melacha on Shabbat). The second Halacha there …
answered Sep 11 '16 by Menachem
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Your question seems to indicate that you believe that because things with Noach and the Flood happened in Sevens, that therefore Noach was observing the Shabbat. I'm not sure I see the connection … Sevens by Noach is not connected to the Shabbat, as much as it is connected to the natural order of things. Our Sages tell us that Noach was aware of the Torah, as brought here. It is therefore plausible …
answered May 30 '16 by Menachem
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In this article regarding the Shabbat Challah loaves, The Shmirat Shabbat KeHilchata (vol. II 55:5) is quoted as saying: The loaves must each be at least the size of an olive Normally, the size … within a set time-period (see here, for example) I don't have access to the Shmirat Shabbat KeHilchata, and I'm looking for sources and an explanation why the loaves used on Shabbat have a minimum size requirement. …
asked Jul 26 '12 by Menachem
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In this answer, @AdamSimon suggested that: Therefore, in our case (in which the power goes out on or before Shabbos and is subsequently restored during the course of Shabbos), provided that the ma …
asked May 14 '13 by Menachem
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Have any of the halachic authorities discussed using an acoustic megaphone on Shabbat? Is a megaphone like any other musical instrument, which is forbidden on Shabbat because we might end up …
asked May 16 '16 by Menachem
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, pg 49) from the Lubavitcher Rebbe, which discusses the connection between the simple meaning of the verse and the prohibition of a gentile to keep Shabbat according to the Rambam. …
answered May 13 '12 by Menachem
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There are different opinions about how Hoshaanot is conducted on Shabbat. Some say it and some don't. See Nitei Gavriel Sukkot Chapter 73, Halacha 18. The Chabad Custom (as brought in footnote 31 … ) is not to say any Hoshaanot on Shabbat, and make it up the next day, but not to go around the Bimah for that one, only for the Hoshaanot of Sunday. In a situation such as this year and next year …
asked Oct 4 '15 by Menachem
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Shulchan Aruch Orach Chaim 301:34 and Mishna Berura SK 129 Shulchan Aruch Harav 301:37 Rambam Mishna Torah Shabbos 19:19 and 19:17 Basically, you can take a handkerchief and wear it as a belt or sc …
answered Oct 26 '11 by Menachem
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the cup of wine, and want the wine and not the cup, this is considered manually separating Food from Waste, which is permitted on Shabbat, if one wants to consume it immediately. It would seem that …
answered May 21 '13 by Menachem
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Tehilim 62:12 says: God spoke one thing, I heard two, for God has strength. Rashi says: ...our Sages interpreted it as referring to [the maxim that] “Remember” and “Keep” were stated i …
answered Jun 3 '12 by Menachem
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benefit and satisfaction from it. Without being able to read your rabbi's mind, it appears that he was telling you that if you use the secondary shabbat belt to hold your tzizit in place, than you are using it to accomplish something that your primary belt is not. Therefore, it would be permissible. …
answered Jul 29 by Menachem

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