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“If a girl has trouble accepting the basic halacha as it is, try to find her other emotional (or dare I say, intellectual) outlets.”
Why and what? Why find another emotional trick to get her to follow halacha if this works? And what other emotional outlet are you referring to that would get her to follow halacha?June 6, 2013 6:34 pm at 6:34 pm in reply to: How can I get an evil Iranian deported from America? #957948
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If having these reasons helps some girls avoid the nisoyon, then I’m all for holding of these reasons. It isn’t completely off; and even if it isn’t exact, the psychological benefit of using them to stay away from boys is sufficient.June 5, 2013 6:55 pm at 6:55 pm in reply to: What problems can you think of in this sticky Halachic case? #957492
But such a heter wouldn’t be applicable to giving or selling food to an off-the-derech or formerly frum person. Can a parent feed an OTD child?June 5, 2013 6:27 pm at 6:27 pm in reply to: What problems can you think of in this sticky Halachic case? #957489
In general, a frum Jew is prohibited from giving or selling food to a non-frum Jew since he won’t be making a brocha? How then can they be invited for a Shabbos mean or sold food in a frum grocery?
Leyzer: 1929 is after 1898 and after Balfour. So it isn’t compelling.
Galus means goyim hate us. That doesn’t mean we should agitate them further as post-1898 involved.
popa, I’d like to know your opinion on who is right.
(Btw, you are mixing up the references to “A”. “A” is the next door neighbor who has the attached driveway, not the across the street neighbor who used to park in the driveway that wasn’t hers.)
Dunkin’ taking doughnut bacon sandwich national
So how does this affect the kashrus?