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Are many tanoim or amoroim described as having divorced?
The real problem is that they correlate the laws of the mandatory draft and preventing non-enlisted citizens from being employed. They should completely seperate it and allow non-draftees to be legally employed. If that were the case then you would see a lot more Chareidim employed in the workforce.
So the blame as to why so many Chareidim are not working even though they may not be cut out for learning lies at the feet of the chiloni government. (You must recognize that even though many Chareidim strongly object on concientious grounds to serving in the military, they certainly desire to be employed but are legally prohibited from working since they did not serve in the armed forces.)February 15, 2013 5:57 pm at 5:57 pm in reply to: Can One Report a Driver to Police for Grabbing a Designated Handicap Parking? #930128
Dina dmalchusa *only* cover issues thay directly impact the government, such as paying taxes. Other laws are not covered by dina dmalchusa.February 15, 2013 1:20 am at 1:20 am in reply to: Can One Report a Driver to Police for Grabbing a Designated Handicap Parking? #930111
Another zach worth pointing out is that usually their are waaaaay too many handicapped parking spots reserved. You can have a full parking lot with every spot taken except that most of the handicapped spots are empty. This happens quite frequently. In which case, someone parking there without a permit is not really taking away a spot from a handicapped driver.
And another point worth throwing out there is that a lot of people abuse their handicapped parking permits. They get it in some zaida’s name but then use it most of the time when zaida is not in the car with them. (Which is against the permit regulations.) It could very well even be that most of the permit uses are abusive.
Is popa’s shitta that parking in a handicapped slot is akin to parking in front of someone else’s driveway?
What is BMG’s official reason for having the freezer? Is it so that the bochorim should fully concentrate on the learning (if so, then why only 6 months?) or is it so that bochorim shouldn’t enroll in BMG mainly because they want a better shidduch?February 15, 2013 12:56 am at 12:56 am in reply to: Can One Report a Driver to Police for Grabbing a Designated Handicap Parking? #930110
VM: This is a very relevant and worthwhile shaila to ask the posek hador.
It seems Rav Chaim is saying that l’chatchila you should not masser him but once someone already did it you cant berate him for having done so.