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Rabbi of Crawley: If you feel so strongly why don’t you start campaigning and fundraising through the appropriate channels? Of course, that would probably mean your having to identify yourself …
I think we were much happier when the pace of life was slower and we all rode around on a horse & cart.
So I say: ban motor vehicles entirely. Who needs cars, planes, rockets to the moon? They just lead to misery.
וְשֶׁ֖מֶן עַל־רֹֽאשְׁךָ֥ אַל־יֶחְסָֽר
So is hair gel also mandatory?
When I was a kid (my parents were away) I made Havdolah on whisky and, obviously, dipped the candle afterwards … I nearly set the house on fire! Never again!
I’m told that my grandparents (who I never knew) had a shtarke minhag to light their first post-Shabbos cigarette from the Havdolah candle.
I’m surprised so many of you are suggesting they simply be discarded because they’re cheap. פחים קטנים and all that …
If it means you can get to just one more Kiddush given by a guy you passed once in the corridor of your yeshiva but who would, nevertheless, be delighted to see you, then, yes, for sure; and it’s a mitzvah afilu.April 3, 2018 10:16 pm at 10:16 pm in reply to: Can a “Kosher” Restaurant Advertise it also is “Halal” #1502642
Sounds unlikely, ubiquitin.
Are you aware that some Yidden in the Middle East refer to Hashem as Allah? It’s hardly different from us Ashkenazim calling Him the Eibishter.
I suggest you ignore your co-workers and consult your local competent orthodox imam!
A Gut Moed to all.
This is so simple it isn’t true.
Do what your father did. If you suspect your father didn’t have a clue then ask your Rav.
Whatever you do, don’t listen to the batlonim who contribute to blogs like this.
An Introduction to Jewish Civil Law by Arnold Cohen (Feldheim)
I recall that my one-time Rosh Yeshivah, Rabbi Chaim Pinchas Sheinberg z”l, used to remove them for Mussaf (he always davened from the omud) and then put them back on again afterwards.
Delicious works for me too but I once heard that kreplach enables cheaper cuts and mince to be served in a bekovede way which was necessary in der alter heim when poverty-stricken Yidden wanted to serve meat on semi-Yomtovim like erev Yom Kippur, Hoshanah Rabbah and Purim.August 3, 2017 6:07 am at 6:07 am in reply to: “There is no solution” to the Israel conflict: Jared Kushner #1331260
At last! Someone with a voice stating the bleedin’ obvious. No wonder his shver values him.
Question is: what happens in the Middle East now?