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why you are not allowed to carry lulav on Shabbat? Are you allowed to dance simcha dances on Shabbat/
Using WhatsApp for school or work purposes
I have a question. I have a kosher Smart Phone which once had the WhatsApp application on it, which I disabled. Now I am a student and I find that all the materials I need for my studies are sent via WhatsApp, and sometimes they even using it for updating the students with changes. I’ve asked them to send me the information using SMS messages or e-mail but they constantly forget. This is getting very difficult for me. What should I do in this situation?
Why is it so important to keep the laws of Kosher in totality? Rabbi Shay Tahan discusses the affect of eating Kosher on the body and soul.
If a gentile converts and becomes a Jew, which tribe is he affiliated with?
Trabajo ortodoxo o no
Shidujim - bastante urgente Querido Rabino, Tengo una pregunta, estudié ingeniería y actualmente estoy trabajando en un grupo de ortodoxos (de alta tecnología), el grupo se cerró y nos despidió, ahora estoy buscando un nuevo trabajo. Mi pregunta es si vale la pena buscar y trabajar en un lugar ortodoxo para que en la búsqueda de parejas no interfiera (ya tengo 23) o no tengo nada de qué preocuparme y mi marido no tendrá miedo de eso. Sé que incluso si ahora me mudo a un lugar ortodoxo, me mudaré a un lugar mixto, porque el salario en un grupo Haredi es muy bajo, la mitad y un tercio del salario en otros lugares. Y desde una perspectiva profesional, apenas hay un buen trabajo. Y, en general, es difícil encontrar trabajo en un lugar ortodoxo porque no hay muchos lugares similares. Señalaré que actualmente estoy en el proceso de trabajar en un lugar de trabajo Haredi ultra profesional, pero una encuesta salarial muy baja, por lo que estoy debatiendo . Cual es el consejo del rabino, muchas gracias. Imber Levy
I know that Abraham had only two wives. Sara gave birth to Isaac towards the end of her life, and Hagar gave birth to Yishmael. But in the Torah portion of Chayei Sara,( Gen. 25:1) another of Avraham’s wives appears. The verse clearly states: “And Abraham took another wife and her name was Keturah.” Who is Keturah? In the next verse, it says: “And she bore him Zimran and Yokshan and Medan and Midian and Yishbak and Shuach,” meaning that Avraham had another wife and six more children, even though Avraham was considered a widower after the death of Sarah. Why does the verse start by saying “Avraham added” instead of simply saying “Avraham took (another wife)?
Lectura de "shnei mikrá vejad targúm", dos veces el versículo y una de targúm
En honor al Rabino Binyamin Shmueli. (No puedo contestar con opción "responder"), mi telefono es kosher. El rabino escribió en su respuesta que no entendía a qué hora está prohibido leer "shnei mikrá vejad targúm", dos veces el versículo y una de targúm. a lo que me refería era los días de yom tov y jol hamoed. En otras palabras, este año, ¿está permitido comenzar a leer "shnei mikrá vejad targúm", dos veces el versículo y una de targúm de Parshat HaZinu en Shabat Nitzavim Vayelej, media hora después de la medianoche, o algún día antes de Rosh Hashaná, y terminar de leer durante Rosh Hashaná?
¿Cuál es la definición halájica del microondas después de que lo usé para comida de carne.Comida Parve (no carne y no lacteo) que calente en el microondas se puede comer con leche láctea, y es apropiado comprar un horno de microondas por separado para comidas lacteas como se hace con el horno? Gracias de antemano
a hard question from paris
i am a divorced man in a dilemma i live with a divorced woman i want to save my olam haba because my life with her is not accourdintg to jewish law but once when i tried to leave her she wanted to die and overdosed and only going to the hospital and going through a massive cleanse did she survive. my question is do i leave her if i know she might die? what will i answer gd? it also says that anybody who saves a kife its like saving a world am i egotistic for leaving? i will stress here that we both really like each other.
Staying away from danger
The company where I work is holding a vacation in Berlin for the employees, in about six weeks' time. Is it right to fly there, in view of the tense situation and the Islamization of Europe today, or should I fly and trust Hashem (G-d) that everything will be fine and nothing will happen, although we shouldn't "depend on miracles". I will be happy to get an answer…
Realizar compras a restaurantes y tiendas que abren en Shabat
Querido Rabino, soy una baal teshuva gracias a D-os y tengo unas preguntas sobre kashrut: 1. ¿Es grave comer en restaurantes que están abren en shabat y kasher... O un lugar que es kasher debe cerrar en shabat? 2. ¿Qué hago con los medios de transporte como la compañía Egged, Super-Pharm, cines y tiendas de ropa que están abiertos en Shabat? ¿qué se hace en tales casos? De todos modos, estos lugares también están abiertos en Shabat. Gracias
Balanced Eating and Core Supplements
The food you eat affects your general productivity and quality of life. What's the key to living a healthier and more productive life? Renowned nutritionist Dr. Shmuel Shields explains how to design a healthier and more nutritious diet and lifestyle
Parshat Mattot - Part 4
When the Jewish people returned from battle, they were immediately commanded to purify their utensils. What is the connection between returning from war and koshering utensils?
Wearing a head-covering on Shabbat only
Hello, rabbi! Thank G-d, I got stronger in recent months in my serving G-d, keeping commandments like Shabbat, prayers, kosher food, family purity and more. I am keeping them without any difficulty and with great pleasure. The big difficulty is dressing modestly. My question is, I want to go with a head covering on Shabbat, but since I’m still dressing immodestly on weekdays, I'm afraid it’s a desecration of G-d’s Name. I’m modest on Shabbat but go unchaste during the weekdays. What’s the right view on the matter? (I want to mention that I pray and hope that I will succeed in dressing modestly soon.) Thank you very much.
Why does the Torah command us not to eat certain animals? A Torah observant Jew does not lose out on any pleasures in life, rather he learns how to gain self-control
A Relationship for the Purpose of Marriage
I apologize for the difficult question but it bothers me very much and is important to me so I would be happy if you would help me (I am still unmarried). Unfortunately, I haven't been able to take care of myself my entire life. I fell with this girl and we had relations. Of course I regret my actions and repented and I have always wanted to build a kosher and honorable home based on the Torah. Recently I met a nice girl, Baruch Hashem who I feel is very suited to me. My question is this: If she asks me about my past, in order not to lose a shidduch with potential can I tell her I've never been with anyone? What some call a "white lie"? I'm sorry for describing it like this. And if I'm forbidden to do this what other option do I have not to lose her? It's very important to me and I don't want to lose her because of this. Please help me with an answer that will help me understand (I'm willing to do anything not to lose her).
Rabbi Zamir Cohen On Tzofiyah: Rabbi Ovadia Yosef Was Impressed With The Initiative
After five years of development and adaptation, the new kosher digital converter from Hidabroot has finally been launched. In a special interview, Rav Zamir Cohen discusses the approbations received from the great Rabbis of our generation for this initiative, the difficulties which have beset the enterprise and the targeted audience, as well as revealing a plan to create a kosher news program.
Requirements for a Kosher Valid Jewish Wedding
If witnesses to a Jewish Wedding are Shabbat desecrators is tha marriage valid or null and void? if thw wedding ring wasn't paid for by the man rather by joint funds from wedding gifts is it valid for the wedding?
How Come Jews Practice Shechita? (Jewish ritual slaughter)
Not only do kosher animals not suffer during ritual slaughter, they do not even experience emotional discomfort before the act, and have absolutely no sense of their impending deaths.
Proper Nutrition for the Body and Soul
By means of a simple blessing before eating, a person benefits from eating food that’s not only kosher, but also spiritually elevated, refined, and healthy. The more intention the person has while reciting the words of the blessing, the more effective it becomes. The power of the mind infuses a life force into the words, just as the soul infuses a life force into the body