Reb Eliezer

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  • in reply to: Short & Sweet #1913040
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    In Eretz Yisroel there was no mabul, so why not send Noach and his family there? Maybe he had to earn his keep by feeding the animals.

    in reply to: Debate live #1912985
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    Biden was VP not president. I have not heard anything new from Trump just constantly misinterpreting Biden’s position. People are in danger of losing there healthcare providing for pre-existing conditions.

    in reply to: Dvar Torah Noach: Monkey See, Monkey Do #1912984
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    Should be above, as the flood was increased in strength to have an opportunity to repent.

    in reply to: Dvar Torah Noach: Monkey See, Monkey Do #1912986
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    We see ourselves the opposte of Darvin. Darvin saw the monkeys turning into humans seeing generations becoming smarter whereas we, if we don’t behave according to the Torah, by being further away from Kabolas Hatorah as the our religiosity diminishes through time , turn ourselves into monkeys. The Binah Leitim interprets the statement in Pirkei Avos, חיה רעה בא לעולם על שבועת שוא, wild animal comes to the world because of swearing falsely. They are here on the world? He says, one not using his mouth correctly, turns himself into a wild animal.

    in reply to: Dvar Torah Noach: Monkey See, Monkey Do #1912969
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    The Tiferes Yonasan by Rav Yonasan Eibshutz says after the mabul the dor haflogah wanted to escape to the moon as they knew that it is a makom yishuv, inhabitable. They wanted to create a spaceship to travel there. There was no mabul in EY somehow tbe mabul affected the winds to travel there and Noach had to earn his keep in tbe ark to be saved by feeding the animals.
    His piety is argued on whether absolute or relative to his generation. Was there a window or a precious stone used for light in the ark? According to the Chasam Sofer this is dependent on tbe above whether he was worthy to see through the window the destruction of the wicked.
    Rashi says that Noach only entered the ark because of water pressure indicating that he was in doubt in the coming of the mabul. It matters where the comma is placed. אף נח מקטני אמונה היה מאמין. If you place the comma after מאמין, it is interpreted that Noach trusted the less believers that they will repent and therefore there will be no flood as the was increased in strength.
    But why do we judge him for the bad when we can judge him for the good? Maybe the meaning is that if he stayed in his current piety status in Avraham’s generation, he would not been worthy anything because he should have changed by learning from Avraham Avinu how to deal with people over his grandfather Chanoch who hid himself from his generation.

    in reply to: Straight Republican Ticket #1912895
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    I think Rav Shafran emphasizes character over everything which is ‘NOT’ Trump.

    in reply to: Charedim Voting for Biden: Please Respond #1912892
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    jewishcommonsense, where is your cimmion sense? Once you generalize, you have no common sense.

    in reply to: Root of vatishacheis #1912732
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    Go and google ‘unsere’.

    in reply to: Straight Republican Ticket #1912731
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    he, who?

    in reply to: Mentioning a person “dies of Covid” in headline #1912621
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    Maybe people like you Slimshim1 will learn from it to watch out from Covid.

    in reply to: Straight Republican Ticket #1912627
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    The pasuk midevar sheker tirchak, further yourself from anything involving lies. It reminds me of a cute
    story. A rebbi was asked to write for his student an acknowledgement, reference letter. He signed it at the edge of the paper. When asked why, he said to further myself away from a lie.

    in reply to: Root of vatishacheis #1912453
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    The niphal root is shochas, to be corrupted.

    in reply to: Straight Republican Ticket #1912400
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    See Rav Shafran’s Open Letter on his website.

    in reply to: Root of vatishacheis #1912399
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    I looked at Analytical Hebrew and Cbaldee Lexicon by Benjamin Davidson which enumerates all hebrew and aramaic words in Tenach (not unzere)ו

    in reply to: Root of vatishacheis #1912395
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    Benephraim, you are right this is passive, a nifal where the vov converts the future tense to past.

    in reply to: The Real Hidden Dem Agenda #1912387
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    How is Trump to Putin?

    in reply to: The Real Hidden Dem Agenda #1912302
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    1, the Rebublican is open, being in a bubble by not listening to anyone, thinking you know better than anyone else. Divide and conquer and not caring for anyone other than yourself. So sink or swim, no stimulus is required and the virus is a hoax and could not care less if I infect everyone else.

    in reply to: Root of vatishacheis #1912297
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    It is a piel as shiches, to corrupt.

    in reply to: Straight Republican Ticket #1912296
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    beisyosef, maybe times have changed. Otherwise let them learn from it and be like Sarah for whom it did not hurt what the husband did and the husband should not treat tbe guest better than his wife as most probably Avraham Avinu did.
    I don’t like your insinuation with the pasuk.

    in reply to: Root of vatishacheis #1912252
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    שחת

    in reply to: Straight Republican Ticket #1912232
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    To explain the above question with the mashel. The nimshal is that the Torah publicized Sarah Imenu’s action as it was out of the ordinary behavior as other woman did not act like her giving the more expensive to their guests.

    in reply to: Straight Republican Ticket #1912212
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    The above should be flour.

    in reply to: Straight Republican Ticket #1912183
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    I give a dvar torah to illustrate this. The gemorah in Bava Metzia says that a woman is stingy with her friend. The meforshim ask that Sarah Imenu gave fine flower which is better and more expensive. They give a mashel to lion who takes his cub to look around in the city. They come across a statue of Shimshon tearing apart lions. The young one says, lets run from here there they are tearing apart lions. Says the father, you are foolish, if they would tear lions apart why make a monument of it? You are making a monument by this OP that Democrats vote Republican but you don’t make an OP that Republicans vote Democrat as that is no news.

    in reply to: Some things are simply unique #1911943
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    Above should be, is part of the tachacha.

    in reply to: Some things are simply unique #1911944
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    Also above should be, Shlah Hakadash says.

    in reply to: Some things are simply unique #1911937
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    Maybe religuous Jews are supposed be looked up to and examplary, so more is expected from them. The Shlah Kadadash says that the remembrance of our forefathers is park of the tachacha making it worse if we didn’t learn from them.

    in reply to: Do I have to shave my beard? #1911869
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    Another thing don’t use ‘lift and cut’ shaving machines.

    in reply to: Do I have to shave my beard? #1911759
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    See a complete discussion in Yabia Omer YD (9,10) and he rules as I mentioned above, if needed for parnasa, do it but don’t press the electric shaver to the skin.

    in reply to: Charedim Voting for Biden: Please Respond #1911560
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    1, maybe you are the sheep who follows everyone without thinking.

    in reply to: Charedim Voting for Biden: Please Respond #1911555
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    The biggest fault of Trump is his gaiva, thinking he knows everything better than anyone else by firing his best advisors like General Mattis. He listens to a quack like Atlas on herd immunity. I think Biden will appoint good advisors and will listen to them by recognizing that he needs to hear the opposing view in order to avoid tunnel vision. This is the Torah view. Beis Hilel, because of their humility acquired from their rebbi, wanted to hear from the Beis Shamai before they revealed their view.

    in reply to: Charedim Voting for Biden: Please Respond #1911472
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    What is the Rebublican (being in a bubble) platform?

    in reply to: Do I have to shave my beard? #1911257
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    Lostspark, What did your Rav tell you?

    in reply to: Charedim Voting for Biden: Please Respond #1911244
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    Read the Open Letter of Rav Shafran on his website. Character trumps Trump.

    in reply to: Tischler in jail #1911165
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    If he made a chilul Hashem, then (not being) lashon hara is warranted to learn not to follow his behavior.

    in reply to: REALLY disappointing clinical trial results #1911162
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    The danger that Trump believes in is herd immunity where you infect people on purpose and it is unknown how many will die.

    in reply to: Do I have to shave my beard? #1911053
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    Anyway, if you don’t press the shaver to your skin, it will leave a stubble which will differentiate between men and women.

    in reply to: Do I have to shave my beard? #1910974
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    5ish, I don’t know why you were arguing. I thought I said everything correctly. If needed for parnasa, do hatoras nedorim and according to the Tzemach Tzedek leave a mustache to differentiate between men and women. First cut with a scissors and then use an electric shaver but don’t press it to your skin.

    in reply to: Is Joe Biden A Racist? #1910623
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    I still say there is a difference of saying, they should be condemned, and saying, I condemn, which was only said by the president recently on the Shean Hannity show.

    in reply to: Heshy HaGever #1910495
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    Proud Rebublican being in a bubble, you show by your writing your disrespect to gedalim and your illiteracy. On you it is said a coin in an empty container makes a noise. Silence reflects wisdom.

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    in reply to: Is Joe Biden A Racist? #1910502
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    Trump did not condemn them then but now on Shean Hannety after being shamed into it. So you apologize.

    in reply to: Heshy HaGever #1910454
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    in reply to: Heshy HaGever #1910453
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    in reply to: Lack of respect for Rabbonim shlita #1910438
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    See what the proud republican commented and what I commented:

    Op-Ed: Have We Lost Our Way? Or Is This The New Direction?

    in reply to: Is Joe Biden A Racist? #1910420
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    Trump has to be shamed into condemning the white supremacist.

    in reply to: Eruvin and masks #1910419
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    I was told by a non-jew that churches were also kept closed when shuls were kept closed. They are not discriminating with mask wearing as it applies to everyone.

    in reply to: Vote Democrat #1910395
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    I heard Trump now as you point out saying it to Sean Hannity and I lm’H hope that the white supremacists also heard it.

    in reply to: Do I have to shave my beard? #1910347
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    5ish, did you see the Chasam Sofer I referred to above?

    in reply to: Tischler in jail #1910339
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    in reply to: Do I have to shave my beard? #1910321
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    5ish, what is the issur?

    in reply to: Do I have to shave my beard? #1910268
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    It says on your website that shaving is a question of cross-dressing as I pointed out besides kabala where the Chasam Sofer proves from the Rma of Pano, Italy had no beard.

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