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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 on his own – must he be stopped?
Stages in the Menstrual Cycle
It is clear that Jewish law provides solutions to a number of difficult medical and family-relationship problems confronted by many couples
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?
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 the melachah of grinding?
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 of milk on Shabbos?
Opening Containers and Bottles on Shabbat
Opening metal bottle caps, plastic bottle caps and beer bottles 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?
The Root of Homosexuality - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
A complete human being is a person composed of two parts, one part male and the other part female. It is normal that each half seeks to complete what he/she is missing in his/herself.
Is it OK if a girl doesn’t want to get married?
Hello, A. I do not like children and I never liked them. Is it okay not to get married if one doesn’t want to have children? B. Will the fact that I say it cause me damage?