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Because the other “opinions” are wrong. It isn’t like both sides are right, different minhagim, different approach, etc. We honestly believe the other practices are objectively wrong and an incorrect and invalid approach to yiddishkeit.
Hungarian Jewish traditions are preserved in many communities in NY.
Sam, I dont know if you are correct about that last point you just made to me, but it is a different issue and irrelevant to your earlier point regarding NY’s (and any States) anti-polygamy laws. My previous point still stands.
Some of our grandparents only ate fruits and vegetables in the concentration camps to avoid treif. And here people are eating Hershy chocolate bars without a hechsher??
Sam, NY state law only considers it polygamy if he is *civilally* married to two people. (If you had been correct, then a woman who got a civil divorce but not a get and civilally remarried without a get would be guilty of polygamy in NY. But she is not.)
Isn’t Rav Abadi pretty much almost the only Orthodox rabbi who takes that position? Can anyone name anyone specifically who wouldn’t disagree?
Popa and mdd: well said.
How do you know the machinery used to make the food products wasn’t also used with treif ingredients on other products made with the same machinery?
yit – how do you know the machinery used to make the food products wasn’t also used with treif ingredients on other products made with the same machinery?
Even IF he was wrong, and it sure sounds he wasn’t, they have no right to embarrass his mother or father. They are not responsible. So all the demonstrators are sinners.
Any rov can be one of the 100 rabbonim that sign a HMR?
apushtayid, kollel guy isn’t telling you that you have to necessarily follow Rav Elyashev’s shittos. Just that no one should dismiss Rav Elyashev’s shittos or “bans” by trying to initiate that Rav Elyashev was fooled or didn’t realize what he was doing or was mistaken.
Sam, if a man can give his wife a get against her will, why then would a HMR ever be needed?
Also, how does he force her to accept the get? He just puts it into her mailbox, if she refuses to take it from him?
Rav Shach was against frum people going to the army.January 3, 2012 3:39 pm at 3:39 pm in reply to: "Where Are the Men"-Article in last week's Mishpacha #844431
Soo, if people on the street aren’t supposed to tell girls they see dressed inappropriately that they are doing something very wrong, and you are saying their fathers and husbands also shouldn’t be telling them that, then WHO exactly should tell adult girls and women that are dressed non tznius that they are dressed inappropriately???? (Especially when it’s the wife with the tznius problem…..)December 26, 2011 3:00 am at 3:00 am in reply to: Increase in OTD Children… are made to feel like second-class citizens, #839719
Covering hair prpoperly and dressing modestly is halacha, not chumra.
What if those guys get mace also?December 26, 2011 1:43 am at 1:43 am in reply to: Increase in OTD Children… are made to feel like second-class citizens, #839709
How is covering your hair properly “hypocritically out-frumming” those people who don’t cover their hair properly or dress immodestly??
flowers, s/he also clearly denied that s/he ever posted on Shabbos. What evidence do you have other than the admins hearsay? And considering the admins admitted errors in previous accusations here, I’d say that hearsay isn’t worth the pixels on the screen used to make these terrible accusations!
MDG, in my case my posek doesn’t agree with Rav Moshe’s psak on this, so it is more than just a neder. He holds OU-D is cholov akum mamish.
And which area above (or side of) the ear, is considered part of the peyos?
We don’t let them flip the switch on, in shul, yitay.
Still, I’m not accepting that this is even the case here. There have been too many false accusations that later were admitted to have been a total error here.
Which area is considered part of the peyos?
And just to add some perspective, I do enjoy music. Though I don’t often listen to music. And even though I don’t care too much difference between one and the next, I do enjoy classical music (I.e. Beethoven, Mozart, etc.) the most. Other than that I don’t listen to anything non-Jewish. And I do like MBD more than anyone else, though that is probably the only specific singer I care for specifically. And I do enjoy “old” Yiddish niggunim over other stuff.
And for what it’s worth, I don’t enjoy wine/alcohol much. It actually upsets my stomach after more than a second cup. I’ve never gotten drunk in my life (or even close to it). I can’t drink more than a touch of whiskey. And I very rarely do “fun”/enjoyable/entertainment stuff. I’d much rather read the news or listen to talk radio, which I am frequently doing to the exclusion of much else.
So let the psychoanalysis begin.December 16, 2011 7:25 pm at 7:25 pm in reply to: omg…i actually PAYED for music today…AND IT WAS GOOD!!! #835657
lol, I think he spelled “so like” wrong too.
MCP – she is an eishes ish, so it’s actually much worse than the other type of situation.
If the poster is in Australia, did you check the EXACT Shabbos zmanim for every part of Australia, and compare them to the EXACT times of the relevant posts, before leveling serious accusations??