Would U let U'r daughter marry some/1 with that yarmulka?

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  • #613038
    👑RebYidd23
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    Anon1m0us said it would make a good poll.

    #1020590
    akuperma
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    If she is over the age of 12, by halacha the parents have no say in whom she marries.

    #1020591
    👑RebYidd23
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    That means you don’t have to let. But would you let?

    #1020592
    akuperma
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    “let” means to grant permission. By halacha, no permission is needed or required. An adult woman is free to marry any man that she is halachically allowed to marry, without parent consent.

    Perhaps you should ask the question differently, i.e. “Would you approve … ” or “Would you try to talk her out of it”

    #1020593
    oomis
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    WHAT yarmulke?

    #1020594
    blazingkanoey
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    What yarlmuke????

    #1020595
    morahmom
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    Rabbosai, with all due respect, must we start threads that could potentially lead to loshon hora when the whereabouts of the 3 Israeli boys are still unknown? Please!

    #1020596
    👑RebYidd23
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    Any thread can potentially lead to loshon hora. And the yarmulke is the one described in http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/changing-yarmulkes-a-poll .

    #1020597
    OURtorah
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    morahmom- what about why shud we start threads that will cause loshon hora EVER?

    #1020598
    anon1m0us
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    Great thread!!!

    YES, I would allow her to marry a guy wearing ANY type of yarumlka, as long as I do not support them 🙂

    #1020599
    Sam2
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    No, I would not let my (nonexistent) daughter marry Wolf.

    #1020600
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Sam, that reminds me of the famous kashya/teirutz. K: Why, according to the shittah that “bakol” means that Avraham had a daughter, didn’t Yitzchak marry her? T: He was choshesh for the other shittah.

    #1020601
    Sam2
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    DY: Wouldn’t it be because it would be an Issur Misah? Unless you assume Bakol was a Bas Hagar?

    #1020602
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    The shevatim married sisters.

    #1020603
    Sam2
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    DY: Each other’s. Because Achim Min HaAv V’Lo Min HaEim is Muttar for B’nei Noach. They didn’t marry their own.

    #1020604
    blazingkanoey
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    I wouldn’t let my daughter marry someone who has nothing better to do then post on a (frum nonetheless but still a) blog

    #1020605
    👑RebYidd23
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    And would you let your daughter marry someone who has nothing else to do other than post online about people having nothing better to do than post on a frum forum?

    #1020606
    oomis
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    If he was a ben Torah mensch, was ehrlich frum, thoughtful, kind, considerate, intelligent,was making a parnassah, had a sense of humor, and would eat anything I made for Shabbos when they came to visit (even if it were something like p’tcha…ack…), and loved my daughter more than himself, absolutely.

    #1020607
    squeak
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    DY… having a senior moment?

    http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/in-this-thread-we-criticize-popa-by-popa#post-351090

    Don’t worry, happens to all of us. But if you find yourself focusing too much on jelly beans it may be time to give up that drivers license 🙂

    #1020608
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    #1020609
    shmoolik 1
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    the real question is what would my daughter’s intended think about MY head gear

    #1020610
    TheGoq
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    I think its more important whats in the kop rather than what is on top of it.

    #1020611
    oomis
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    I think its more important whats in the kop rather than what is on top of it. “

    You just stole my thunder (I wrote the same thing in the other thread).

    #1020612
    Rebbe Yid
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    If the one wearing the yarmulke was a man, yes.

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