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May one say kaddish for a non-Jew?

Piskei Teshuvos rules that not only is it permitted but even desirable for a Ger Teddek to say Kaddish for a gentile parent. He should nevertheless do it discreetly due to the fact that it might be ...
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The halachic framework of abortion for the Gentiles

Amos, first of all, I must say I have much esteem for Bnei Noach like yourself who see the Torah as the Law for all mankind. Blessings for success in all! Now in regards to you’re questions, within ...
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Does belief in the abrogation of the Torah by the NT disqualify a Ben Noah?

Yes. See the Rambam you bring in the question.
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Is Islam Avodah Zara?

Rav Moshe Heinemann writes in Hilchos Kishuf v'Avodah Zara (3:4): I don’t believe Islam is Avodah Zarah. Islam is not our religion – I don’t want anyone to make a mistake with what I’m saying in that ...
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