Laws of Shabbat

Laws of Shabbat – Part 1: Preparing For Shabbat

Laws of Shabbat – Part 1: Preparing For Shabbat

Proper preparation for Shabbat requires knowledge of many basic Halakhot. Rabbi Yoel Domb provides a basic overview of these halakhot
Applying Make-Up on Shabbat

Applying Make-Up on Shabbat

Regarding the application of facial powder, there’s a difference of opinion among adjudicators.
Telling a Small Child to Do Melacha on Shabbat

Telling a Small Child to Do Melacha on Shabbat

Is one allowed to tell a young child to perform forbidden work on Shabbat? What if the child does it…
Opening Packages and Containers on Shabbat

Opening Packages and Containers on Shabbat

Is it permissible to tear open packets of sugar or make a hole in the top corner of a bag…
Laws of Shabbat: Grinding – Cutting Food on Shabbat

Laws of Shabbat: Grinding – Cutting Food on Shabbat

How may one cut his fruits and vegetables on Shabbos? Is the cutting of meat, fish and cheese included in…
Laws of Shabbat – The Melacha of Grinding

Laws of Shabbat – The Melacha of Grinding

Why is it forbidden to grind a chili pepper on Shabbos, whereas crumbling bread or cookies is permissible?
Opening Tin Cans and Packages on Shabbat

Opening Tin Cans and Packages on Shabbat

Is it Permissible to open tin cans, boxes and packages on Shabbos, in order to get the food inside them?
Opening Containers and Bottles on Shabbat

Opening Containers and Bottles on Shabbat

Opening metal bottle caps, plastic bottle caps and beer bottles on Shabbat
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