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To Zahava’s Dad. You talk the “talk” but you don’t walk the “walk”. You write
like a concerned yid but spout venom against the yiden. You’re describing a very
rare occurence that is a microcosm in comparison to
the rest of the world. You’re spouting evil on Am Hayehudi. You
speak & act as a self hating or phony yid. Admit it
To: “Philosopher” and “Modesty”
Forbidden “Pritzus” (word used by bnei torah) I mentioned, is a tznua way of saying
“looking Promiscuous”. You’re twisting word and facts, but mainly ignoring the
important problem of Kisui Rosh in the 5 towns. Does your family practice Kisui rosh.
It’s clear that most people responding to this Topic, have no clue about basic Tznius in halacha. Rather, they enter into an opiniated discusion. Mishna Berura describes simply what female Tznius is. “Covering hair so that no more than 2 Tefochim of hair are
exposed (as per the mishnah in Kesubos) and wear clothing covering the elbows and the knees”. That’s it. Instead people have posted nonsensical opinions and. comments. Showing exposed skin and wearing tight clothes is Pritzus. That’s it. Don’t show your ignorance and don’t do the aveiros you mention in “Al cheit” on Yom Kippur.
In response to the Post below this: A jewish woman going in public without kisu rosh (covering their har properly) us a chillul hashem to jews & goyim. Since uncovered hair is considered ervoh or nakedness, she is causing aveiros to any jewish man that sees her. So we just can’t mind our own business about this problem.
I think y’all need to start worrying about yourselves and your immediate families. As my Dad z”l used to say, “MYOB!”
A major problem of Tznius in the 5 towns, not mentioned so far, is of some women going out with Rosh Porua ie. without properly covering their hair or not covering it at all. The Rabbinim there need to speak about this constantly to ensure that such a chillul hashem does not occur anymore.
It’s clear in Halacha that women CAN wear
It’s clearly stated in hilchos tzitzis that women CAN
wear tzitzis with no restrictions. It’s also clear that there are a lot of comedians in this thread.
Last I heard, there’s a Young Israel and a Sephardic eiruv in
in Flatbush and possibly Marine Park.