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"Guidelines" on whether a person who davens b'yechidus has to read eichah on Tisha B'av
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This is what it says - "312. Should Eicha and kinnos be recited by a person who must remain at home? A person at home should try to recite them, if possible." The source given in the back is "מ''...

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Are certified gluten-free foods kosher for Passover?
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There are several ways that products can be gluten free but not kosher for Passover. Gluten free oats which have not been baked into matzahs in the appropriate manner for Passover (as mentioned in ...

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When and why did the custom to have young children end Musaph Shabbat davening begin?
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I remember hearing once that the Vilna Gaon (I think) said that Anim Zemirot is one of the holiest pieces of tefillah and it should only be said on Yom Kippur. I wonder whether since children are ...

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Is there anyone that says that the "us" in "let us make man btzelem elokim" is referring to humans?
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Found it - apparently the Yismach Moshe says this. At least according to http://www.youngisrael.org/content/parsha/01%20Beraishis/Berayshees08MichaelBorenstein.cfm and other divrei torah have come ...

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