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minor midsummer holiday; traditionally associated with matchmaking and weddings
Rav Avraham Yitzchak HaCohen Kook, the first Ashkenazic chief rabbi of pre-state Israel.
from the time period from when the Shulchan Aruch was written to the present.
An acronym (Hebrew: ראשי תיבות, rashei teivot) is a shortened form of a phrase, usually consisting of the first letters of each word.
Questions regarding the month of Adar, the last month (or two months in a Jewish leap year) of the Jewish year, which is traditionally associated with rejoicing.
Non-legal passages in the Talmud and other Rabbinic writings that use descriptive allegories and stories to convey fundamental truths about reality, as well as theological and moral lessons.
bound to her marriage, and does not know what happened to her husband, such as a soldier missing in action, and therefore is forbidden to remarry.
when asking questions about the Biblical person or Aharon, Moshe's brother.
For questions pertaining to the Mitzvah of Ahavat Hashem, the love of God.
the love for one's fellow Jews.