Search Results "Jewish Law"
Bugs in Cauliflower
I heard you can blend, grind or mash cauliflower, broccoli or strawberries & then eat it even though there are probably bugs in them. Is that correct? Please elaborate in detail
The commandment of education
I have a 16 year old son who decided not to keep Torah and the commandments. Am I obligated by Jewish law to educate him in this? Is his not being religious a punishment for me?
Rabbinate to “Jews for J” Couple: When You Leave J We’ll Marry You Off
The “Law of Moses and Israel” doesn’t include Jesus
Jewish Law in Israel
A few more court cases like this and the messiah will come!
You Don’t Lose from Keeping the Halacha
Rabbi Feinstein's advice saved the lives of all Luban's Jews when they listened to the young Rabbi's ruling instead of to their hearts
Can I use Marijuana or Alcohol to get Happy According to Jewish Law?
Find out what's the difference between alcohol and drugs according to Jewish law
Leaflets on Shabbat in Shul
I want to place circulars in our local shul for people to read. The trouble is that the circulars contain a variety of advertisements that are not appropriate for Shabbat. The people in my area aren’t well informed of Jewish law. If I put the circulars in shul, is this like placing a stumbling block before them?
According to what I read on Hidabroot, it is forbidden to sign an organ donation card. I would like to know why this is so, which specific sources forbid it, and who are the rabbis who forbid it? (I saw that there are many rabbis who recommend it and have even signed themselves). If a person signs while he was alive on the condition that his family would agree, is the family obligated to protest?
Psalms at Night
Students of mine have asked me a couple times the following question: Is it permissible to say Tehillim at night? If it is prohibited, what are the hours that Tehillim cannot be said?
I learn in a religious girls' school and recently encountered the question of women dancing with men. There was a family dance event and we danced together with our fathers and brothers. What is the Jewish law about this matter?
Six months ago, I began to observe the Shabbat. The first time I decided to take on something that had always burned inside me. I try each time to take on a different commandment and stick to it. However, I am ignorant of the Bible and Jewish law. It is obvious to me that it is a full and rich world. I want to ask if you know of a book or a learning framework which would enrich my world with knowledge of the Jewish spiritual world. Thank you.
Meat & Milk - Waiting in Between
Why is it necessary to wait between eating meat and milk? How long must one wait between eating meat and milk? Join Rabbi Cohen in a new exciting series and learn fundamental concepts about basic kosher laws
Meat & Milk - Cooking Utensils
Is it permissible to feed your pet a cheeseburger? Can the same cooking utensil be used for meat & milk separately? Learn about the laws concerning cooking utensils that have absorbed meat & milk
Meat & Milk - Knife vs. Spoon
If a milky spoon was placed in a hot meaty pot, do the utensils become treif (non-kosher)? Rabbi Cohen discusses the difference between knives and spoons in a kosher kitchen
Kosher Milk & Chalav Yisrael
What is the definition of kosher milk? What is considered chalav yisrael milk? In another informative session, Rabbi Cohen elaborates on the laws concerning kosher milk
Kosher Fish Issues
What are the signs of a kosher fish? Do kitchen utensils absorb the fat of non-kosher fish? Join Rabbi Cohen in a new exciting series and learn fundamental concepts about basic kosher laws
How to Cook Kosher Liver
Liver is often bought fresh and thus requires a specific process in order to be considered kosher. Rabbi Cohen expounds on the rinsing, salting and roasting of kosher liver
Bitul - The Concept of Nullification
If a drop of milk falls into chicken soup, does the soup become non-kosher? If meat was cooked in a milchik pot does it become non-kosher? Rabbi Cohen explains how the concept of nullification works according to the Kosher dietary laws
The Matzoh Miracle of 2014
If not for a Bnei Braq matzoh bakery that wanted to do things according to Jewish law the Hamas could have succeeded carrying out a deadly terror attack 3 years ago. Watch this You Tube video by Don Gordon to see how the Hamas was caught at the time.