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Daf Yomi in Halacha Topics Parshas Vaeschanan

  • August 15, 2019

Meseches Temurah Daf 28 - 34 Paying for the Prohibited: Part I Paying for the Prohibited: Part 2 Paying for the Prohibited: Part 3 The Kashrus of Gelatin & Confectioner’s Glaze The Broken Pittam Are my Chanukah Candles Treif? Siyum:…

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Halachos of Daily living

  • August 15, 2019

Halachos of Tefillas Haderech I had just started out on a business trip and recited Tefilas Haderech, and then my boss called to cancel the trip. Am I obligated to travel a parsah out of the city so that the bracha should not be a bracha…

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Ribbis: Matters of Interest

  • August 15, 2019

FILLING UP THE GAS TANK Sometimes a person lending their car to a friend may request that the car be returned with the same amount of gas as when it was lent. Is this an issue of ribbis (seah beseah)?…

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HEAR MY TESTIMONY: KRIAS SHEMA BY PROXY

  • August 15, 2019

The pasuk of vedibarta bam- Gemara: teaches that a person’s primary speech should be Torah. Yerushalmi- teaches that certain obligations can only be fulfilled by the person himself. It isn’t sufficient to just listen to another person and discharge his…

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RAISING THE MINIMUM WAGE

  • August 15, 2019

Halacha and Minimum Wage Regulation / By Rav Yitchak Grossman, Rosh Chaburah, Senior Lecturer Greater Washington Community Kollel and Dayan at The Bais HaVaad Increasing the minimum wage is in the national debate again. In this article, we consider the…

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A Rebbe’s Retirement

  • August 15, 2019

A Rebbe’s Retirement Severance Pay By: Rav Baruch Meir Levine After being a rebbe for over 20 years at a local elementary school, a rebbe is retiring at the end of this year. The administration was financially very supportive over…

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Halachos of Daily living

  • August 8, 2019

Eating Food Cooked with Meat or Wine Vinegar During the Nine Days Beginning Rosh Chodesh Av until after Tisha B’Av (the Nine Days) the custom of Ashkenazim is not to eat meat or drink wine, in remembrance of the destruction…

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