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Post Views: 75 Pro-life or pro-choice: The Torah’s perspective on abortions of gentile fetuses *It is important to note, that the below discussion is limited specifically to abortion of a fetus of a Gentile mother. The abortion of a fetus of a Jewish mother follows different bylaws, with many debates
From the Rav’s Desk: May one purposely eat less than a Kezayis of bread to escape reciting Birchas Hamazon?
Post Views: 62 Question: [Monday, 28th Sivan, 5782] In light of the recent article you wrote regarding if one eats only a small amount of bread by a meal, and if it exempts the other meal foods, I have a general question that has bothered me for quite a while.
Post Views: 109 Hiding the thumb-When and why: In Halacha, we find recorded in the following areas that the thumb is to be hidden: During prayer: There are certain regulations and restrictions of hand positions during the prayer of Shemoneh Esrei, such as not to stand with one’s hands on
From the Rav’s Desk: If a Kohen marries the daughter of converts or the daughter of a Gentile father, is the child a Challal
Post Views: 85 Question: [Sunday, 27th Sivan 5782] In one of your previous articles you mentioned a list of Kohanim who are defined as a Challal and hence are invalidated from their priesthood for all matters. I would like to know what the status of the child is if a
Post Views: 80 Eating a very small amount of bread by a meal-The status of blessing of the other foods eaten: Background: The law states that whenever one eats a meal of bread with the blessing of Hamotzi, then all the other meal foods eaten during the meal are exempt
Post Views: 103 Garbage-Moving a garbage bag or garbage bin: The moving of a garbage bag or a garbage bin on Shabbos enters into the question of whether it has the status of Muktzah, and if so, under which circumstances it is permitted to be moved under the rule of
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