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If this is Shittah Gra why don’t they say it in Chaim Berlin? We have a procedure for a late comers to say Barchu and that is to clop first. I think this tells they olam something unusual is about to happen. The Sefardi barchu as made as if it is part of davening.
The clop gives me a heads up a barchu is coming. When these extra barchus are said I an not prepared for them and will not answer since I can’t respond immediately.
This minhag should not have creeped into Ascanaz minyonim in Erez Yisroel since it isn’t our minhag. But, since it is there I assume I has to be answered to. There are those who are trying to foist the Sefardi Minhag on Askanaz shuls. They have total disregard for out minhagim. Those who say it have no respect for halacha since the halacha says minhag is in a makom. I don’t think these people can be trusted for other halacha issues if they can violate this.
We do have a minhag for a late comer to say barchu and this young man had a right to that minhag. If that was the case he should have told the gabbai when he finished davening.
There is another issue the sefardim are insisting on in our shuls. When they say kadish yasim they say their version. Which is very wrong. Again they do not respect minhag hamokom.
Rush Limbaugh says the objection is to get rid of freedom of religion. What will happen when these evil people demand a Rabbi to overseer their marriage? Will the court recognize freedom of religion or equal protection? The way this rouge court is going I think it will override freedom of religion. This is the most important thing to us all the other comments or academic. We must start a push for a constitution amendment to protect freedom of religion and while we are out it permit the government to pay for yeshivas.
Why didn’t the bakery in Oregon declare bankruptcy and reopen under a new corporate name?
I am beginning to believe Obama has something on Judge Kennedy to blackmail him. It seems the court decides how they are going to vote and then the figure out a way to make that decision.
from the tittle I thought this was about hate not about hats.June 10, 2015 4:18 am at 4:18 am in reply to: The real reason for the ban against chassidish women driving? #1086820
Is Belz against female ambulance drivers who will help assist a woman to give birth instead of a man?
How did the Bnoz Zlavchad run their farms?
Who drove Rivka’s camel? Maybe we can learn from that story that is ok to drive a motorcycle.
I would speculate that not to many non-Jewish woman drove wagons. Whereas the automobile today is a lot easier to drive and woman know most non-Jewish woman have driver’s licenses.
akuperma I do not know what you mean by a biological need to get married. Maybe girls have such a desire. Also, a diamond wedding ring wedding does not make in Jewish law. It is the plan gold ring where the girl can look at it and immediately know its value that fulfills Kedushin. Using a ring with fake stones is not acceptable to fulfill Marriage. We have a family story where a couple got engaged my grandparents made the wedding seuda. My grandfather said will get a couple of turkeys schect them and make a meal. That is the way it was in America 70 80 years ago.
Most shaytals can be recognize as such as opposed to her own hair. The shaytals styles are unnatural. A woman would have to have certain hair and spend hours at a beauty parlor to get the appearance of most shaytals. It is the Satmar woman with the little hat on their hair which gives the appearance that the hair sticking out is their own hair. They have the Louis Lane look.
It is wonderful these Gedolim and Rabbonim are baali tsuva. They have returned the religion of their pre baal shem tov ancesters.
It is about time those who come from a Chasidish background and are the Yeshivasah world do not go back to davening Aschanaz like the ancesters did. At one time we all (in Eurpe) davened the same nusach. The baal shem tov cause less unity in the nation which is the opposite path of bringing Messiach.
Follow the money. I bochur in Lakewood’s tutition is 20,000 a year. Once he gets married the Yeshiva starts paying him. At least the Yeshiva makes some money on him for 4 months.