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  • in reply to: Are all these protests in Jerusalem really a kiddush hashem? #1385139

    ayid
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    make no mistake: these thugs are protesting against the so called Rav Shiteman’s people (for their aggression against Pelg, no question that there is!) so why is the whole country fault. the should go block rav shtimans people from leaving their house work, block Gafni and friends from getting to the Kenseth, and leave the old lady on the bus to get home, or to her doctors appointment. or fight in Ponevintzh with trowing shtenders and labens.


    ayid
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    well, print a banner of emojis, make sure they have pumpkins and some X-mass tress, you might want to add a rabbit and a egg for Easter (or this you leave for Pesach)
    BTW if u planning to add skeletons too, I just read an article in the Yated that Jewish grave stones in the Caribbeans have skulls engraved on them, so it could be a Jewish symbols.

    in reply to: What is the proper relationship between spouses? #1353012

    ayid
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    For you Question What is the reason..
    for group #1,2,3, “Rachmona omar tikee” no need for reason!!
    group 4,5. why in world should you care???

    in reply to: ב”מ #1351887

    ayid
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    The title is ב”מ for בבא מציעא or בית מדרש?
    I suggest you look for a Rosh Yeshiva that Knows “every” tosefes and Rashb”a al leat in B”M. Even if your son can’t learn 18 hours a day, the hours that he does learn should at least be from a T”C not someone that stayed in BMG in order to get a Shtella

    in reply to: Let’s Hock About The Woman On The Bus Who Refused To Move #1343531

    ayid
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    Himan’s bus is not subsidies by any government. Greyhound and Adirondack tours have the this route from NYC to Montreal, and I think they were in court with the Quebec gov. a couple of years ago..

    in reply to: Let’s Hock About The Woman On The Bus Who Refused To Move #1342544

    ayid
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    תיהי חכם ולא צדק, this what should be applied here, the owner/driver should have ignore them if they don’t want to end uo in endless lawsuits (in US and Canada) press/social media will be delighted with this story (starting from MO/OO up to the French Anti-Semites in Montreal). Even if it was a setup how many times would they do it.
    they should have eye-masks (like the ones you get in first-class, on planes) available, for the men for such a situation.
    What was the end of the story??

    in reply to: yichus from the chasam sofer #1341338

    ayid
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    We too are eineklach from CHASAM SOFER AND RAK”E, and I always wondered the same question. I think the answer is, although we all now the greatness of R’ Akiva Eiger, bchaiov he wasn’t so poplar as the chasam sofer for the chas”s had a huge kehila and yeshiva, almost all rabonim in Hungary Czechoslovakia etc. where his talmidim or talmidim form the Kasav Sofer, and his sons and einklach where rabonim .. Bekitzur the Chasam Sofer was RABON SHEL KOL BENI HAGOLA, WHile R’ akiva eiger is famous for lomdim only that can spend a day understanding a Gilyun Hasas, or a week learing SHU”T R Akiva Eiger.

    I have another question, does any one know of einaklach from R’ Akiva Eiger that are not from the Chasm Sofer, other then the once that are Einklach from R’ Liebel EIger -Kotzk… ?


    ayid
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    Achdus,
    well said!!

    in reply to: The Post Kollel Financial Crisis #1314117

    ayid
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    I find myself in the same matzav b”h, after 12 years of kollel, and six children ke”h. for the past two years i was still in kollel but also managed the train myself in computer programing and more. but still I can’t find a job that would offer me more then $70k, and now that we all know that relying on government supplements is not an option 70,000 can’t get you anywhere. any solution?


    ayid
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    I have 2 points that might help you.
    1. If I remember correctly the Chazon Aish hlods that the חצר that the Gemara is referring to, is not the same as the yards we have now-days. Since yards are not intended for use for private usage…..
    2. Is your question if you can have your neighbor pay for half of the wall, or your question is if you may sit out on your patio. as far as I Know there is no isurr to see or even stare into your neighbors property, the only place it is mentioned is starring own you neighbors garden and that because of iyn horah.

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