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Yes ,I believe the Noda B'Yehuda would disagree. In Yoreh Deah Tinyana siman 30 he notes that dreams are not reliable and writes " where do we ever see halacha learned from a dream!?!?".further in the teshuva he writes " to bring a proof from a dream is nonsense and nothing at all". He is discussing a case about a certain fish(barbuta) which was debatable ...


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The medrash relates as follows (after Joseph interprets the dreams and foretells the birth and death of Pharaoh's sons as confirmation): And the king said ‎unto all his officers: I have thought that forasmuch as the Lord hath made known unto this ‎Hebrew all these things there is none so discreet and wise as he is through all the land. And if it ‎seems ...


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The Talmud Megilah 3b towards the bottom discusses the law a walled city from the time of Joshua ben Nun (today only Jerusalem) that is destroyed. (This was very relevant from 1948-67). The Talmud first proposes that this means the wall was destroyed. This is rejected in favor of interpreting this as "a city that is destroyed from its Ten Idle Scholars in ...


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