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“My Dad Is A ….” What Is A Child To Do?

“I went out and bought batteries. Unfortunately they weren’t included.” - Steven Wright A young man is in a bind. His father is an...

What is Kabbalah?

The Ramban in his introduction to his Torah commentary says that every field of knowledge – whether it be science, agriculture, medicine of palmistry...

“Leishev baSukkah,” To Sit in the Sukkah – A Halachik Discussion

As mentioned in other posts, during Sukkos there is a commandment to sit in the Sukkah. Our Sages have written that sit means we...

Gedolei Yisroel to Address More than 10,000 at Dirshu Testing Sites Worldwide

This week, an entire group of yungeleit will be taking the first Dirshu Kinyan Torah test in Venezuela! Yes, in Caracas, Venezuela all members...

Proper Performance of Mitzvat Brit Milah

It is always sad to see dispute and bickering amongst brethren. It is even more aggravating to see anger and emotional outbursts, bitter...

Passover Q and A: Can I Have Gluten-Free Matzah on Passover?

On Passover eve we are commanded to eat matzah, a thin cracker-like bread, in remembrance of the matzah that our forefathers ate when they...

Halacha Q & A: “Kulah Shopping”

Question: Is one allowed to go to various rebbeim with she’elot (questions on matters of Jewish law), searching until he finds the desired psak...

A Selection of Halachot of Hadlakat Neirot Shabbat (Laws of Kindling Lights for the Sabbath)

Generally, in a public place, such as a hotel, a hospital or similar, it isn't possible, for valid safety concerns, to light candles in...

Chumrot and Kulot and Hachnasat Orchim

(Stringencies and Leniencies and Hosting Guests) Lack of uniformity in halakhic standards can often introduce (sometimes unforeseen) complications into social situations. For instance, a...

Hilchot Iter Yad: The Laws of Left- and Right-Handed People

The following is the continuation of a series of articles on Jewish law, specifically those that pertain to left- and right-handedness. Tefilah While davening...

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