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R. Yisrael Lipschitz writes the following in his introduction to Seder Moed: הכלל העולה דבין ציצית ובין בגדי כהונה א״צ חלזון דוקא אבל צריך בשניהן שיהיה מראה (היממעלבלויא) שאינו משתנה מיפיו ע״י בדיקה שהזכיר הש״ס The principle that emerges is that both by tzitzit and by the priestly vestments it is not necessary to specifically use a chilazon. But it ...


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Genesis 26:5 states that G-d said that Abraham "listened to my voice, and kept my charge, my commandments, my statutes, and my laws", the Talmud and Midrash Genesis Rabba says that Abraham observed all the biblical and rabbinical commands. The rabbis here are emphasizing not only the importance of the Oral Torah (or, Oral Law), but that the Torah and ...


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No not really. Ashkenazi pronunciation of kamatz doesn't exist in american, and is like the British 'o' in 'orange'. Not 'a'. There aren't two. And it's nothing like 'a'. Modern Israeli pronunciation has kamatz katan and kamatz gadol.. kamatz gadol is the most common one, it does sound a bit like 'a', but it's still not 'a' it's more like the 'u' in bus. ...


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