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There are many cases of businesses operated on Shabbat in partnership with non-Jews. The classical case is that of a nursing home operated by a Jew, which needs to remain open and functioning on Shabbat. One is allowed to operate such a business by taking on a non-Jewish partner and stipulating from the beginning that the non-Jew is totally in charge of ...


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Choirs are rarely found in Orthodox synagogues nowadays (for reasons beyond the scope of your question), as such there is little literature addressing the topic from an Orthodox perspective. However, choirs seem more common in Reform and Conservative congregations and their rabbinical bodies have documented their views on your question. Here are some ...


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Mishna: ‏... הַחֵיל מְקֻדָּשׁ מִמֶּנּוּ, שֶׁאֵין גּוֹיִם וּטְמֵא מֵת נִכְנָסִים לְשָׁם...‏ See the Rash who asks your question: שאין נכרים וטמאי מתים נכנסים לשם - אע"ג דרבנן גזור על הנכרים שיהיו כזבים לכל דבריהם, לענין שילוח מחנות לא גזור עלייהו אלא כטמאי מתים. והאי דטמאי מתים אין נכנסים מן החיל ולפנים, היינו מדרבנן. דמדאורייתא אפילו בעזרת ...


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R Shlomo Riskin (the Chief Rabbi of Efrat in Israel) writes indeed that a ger toshav can own land in Eretz Israel According to Rambam [Avodat Kochavim 10:6], the very term ger toshav, stranger-resident, defines the fact that any gentile who accepts the seven Noahide laws of morality may be a resident in the land of Israel, may purchase or rent land ...


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