Resultados da Pesquisa "Knesset"
Counting someone for a Minyan who does Maaseh Toevah
Question: I live in a small Jewish community where everyone knows each other. Someone new moved in an older single man. After numerous times of trying to set him up for a Shidduch it has come to light that he I not interested in woman, to say it nicely. Are we allowed to count him for minyan in the morning?
. Rentrer avec une arme dans une synagogue.
Question : Chalom, j'habite à Paris et je suis policier de ma profession. Baroukh Achem, je suis pratiquant et je fais mes 3 prières par jour. Malheureusement, je ne peux pas toujours les faire avec minian, mais quand j'en ai la possibilité, je vais à la synagogue. Souvent, je suis en uniforme et évidemment, je porte une arme. Aussi, je voulais savoir, si j'ai le droit de rentrer à la synagogue avec une arme. Merci d'avance pour votre réponse.
A Goy who leaves money on shabbat
Question: I do Kiruv on a college campus and I invite many students to our Shabbat table every week. Sometimes the Jewish students invite their no Jewish friends along with them to the meals. We don’t say anything because we want them to feel comfortable. One week one of the friends enjoyed himself so much that he left us money for the food. What should we do with the money?
Question: I work in the kitchen of the Yeshiva and when we serve the chicken and rice we are not careful that none of the grease from the chicken falls on the rice. There are some Bachurim who don’t want to be Besari and ask if they can just have the rice. I try to take out the rice where the grease falls on but I can’t always tell. Can I tell them it is Pareve.?
Two Pidyon HaBen on the same day
Question: I am involved in Kiruv and I was happy when one of my former students invited me for his son’s Pidyon Haben. Then while talking he mentioned he is an only child. I asked him fi he had a Pidyon and he doubted it and investigated and he didn’t’. I told him he should do one on the same day s his son. The one question I had was should he make two Shehecheyanu or is one enough?
Phlegm during Tefilla
Question: Sometime during Shemoneh Esrei I have phlegm in my throat which I cough up . I never know what I should do. Can I spit discreetly on the floor?
Using stone on Shabbat
Question: The door to eh Bet Haknesset is a very heavy and it is difficult for some older men to open the door. One day someone took a big rock from outside and placed it by the door to keep it open. Is it permitted to sue the is stone on Shabbat to keep the door open?
Ate a yogurt with a meaty spoon
Question: The other day my son woke up and couldn’t find a milk spoon so he a ate yoghurt with a meat spoon and washed it off. Was that Ok?
Birkat agomel pour celui qui prend un bateau.
Question : Bonjour, nous devons béézrat Achem partir mon épouse et moi en croisière, dans un paquebot sur la Méditerranée. Aussi, j'aurais voulu savoir si je dois faire le gomel à chaque escale ou alors seulement en revenant. Merci, pour vos réponses, tizcou lémitsvote !
Wearing short sleeves during Tefilla
Question: I am in aveilut and I need to be the chazzan every day. During the hot summer I wear short sleeve shirts. Sometimes even in the winter my shirt is too tight to pull over the Tefillin so I also don’t cover it. Is that OK?
Greetings before the Tefilla
Question: This morning I needed to ask a friend of mine about something important before Shacharit. I tried to get his attention but he didn’t notice me. Finally, I called out to him ‘Shalom’! Then he realized I was taking to him and we spoke. He told me though that I should not have said Shalom to him before Shacharit. What should I have said to him?
Is the Rebbe from Lubavitch the Moshiach?
I am a bachur from yeshivat Hesder who is now on a trip in Vietnam. I was just sitting in the Beit Chabad and after learning Gemara and Halacha from the Rav, I discussed with him whether the Lubavitcher Rebbe z”l is the Mashiach or not. The list of proofs in the affirmative is long, and I didn’t give the Rav an easy time… I was arguing with him, but in the end I feel I have received my answer. I will list the proofs in short, and then I would greatly appreciate to know what you have to say on this topic. 1. The Rebbe was a descendent of the Maharal from Prague, who was known as a descendent from David Hamelech. 2. The Rebbe learned Torah “like David his father”. The Rebbe’s father z”l was a Rav in the second largest city in Ukraine, who was also a Mekubal and also authored sforim with great Torah depth. 3. The Rebbe was at the forefront to begin the Tshuvah movement. 4. The Rebbe “fought the wars” of Completeness of Torah - by founding Batei Chabad throughout the world; encouraging the Chabad Yeshivot to publish new insights in Torah every number of months; by publishing the largest number of sforim ever by a single person which include great depth and cover all areas of Torah; Completeness of the Jewish nation – The Rebbe was the one who fought against the warped law of “Mi Yehudi”; Completeness of Eretz Yisrael - The Rebbe was the one who begged and warned not to give back even one “foot breath” of Eretz Yisrael. 5. The Rebbe himself strengthened the community when they sang for him “Yechi Adoneinu Moreinu V’Rabeinu Melech Hamoshiach L’olam Va’ed”. 6. When they came to the Baba Sali z”l and asked him whether the Rebbe from Lubavitch is the Moshiach, the Baba Sali stood up and said: “Nu, everything is fitting for him”. 7. The Rebbe called the Beit Knesset in his house at 770 – “Beit Moshiach”! Thank you for your time to answer this question.
Bet Knesset with pictures
Question: I was travelling through a city and went to a local Bet Knesset to say Mincha. When I came to the Bet Knesset saw there were many pictures of Rabbanim on the wall and one directly in front of me. Was I allowed to say Mincha there?
Peut-on faire de la musique pour la hilloula de Rabbi Méir baal aness?
Question: Bonjour, je suis chamach dans une communauté de la Région Parisienne. Chaque année, baroukh Achem, un fidèle de la synagogue organise la hilloula de Rabbi Méir baal aness, et beaucoup de monde arrive. Cela se passe très bien, il y a des ventes de bougies qui rapportent à la synagogue, et tout le monde se régale de la Séouda et de l'ambiance. Maintenant, cette année, il aurait voulu rajouter quelque chose de plus, pour faire un changement. Il a pensé à amener un chanteur oriental, (religieux évidemment!). Baroukh Achem, notre communauté est très disciplinée et il n'y a pas de problème de tsniout, et il y a une méh'itsa. Mais, j'ai pensé que c'est le Omer et je voulais savoir si on peut faire de la musique. Merci de me répondre rapidement.
Question” When I pray in the bet Knesset, I put my siddur on the table in front of me. It is a new siddur so most times when I open it to a page it closes right away. It is exceedingly difficult for me to use it. Am I allowed to place a different siddur on the side to keep the one I am using open?
Question: My nonreligious cousins came to us for a meal and touched the wine I poured for myself in a cup. The wine was not cooked. I didn’t drink it but I have heard that non-religious people nowadays have a halachic status of a Tinok Shenishbah. So maybe he did not ruin my wine and I could have drunk it. What is correct?
Donation to a Bet Knesset from a non-religious person
Question: We received a very generous donation to our bet Knesset for someone who is not religious at all. Knowing him he has probably transgressed the whole Torah right and left. Is it permitted to use this money for the Bet Haknesset?
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Shabbat Leil Haseder
Question: I have heard there is disagreement if Leil haSeder falls out on Shabbat whether we say Birkat Me’ein Sheva. Last time I was the Chazzan and started saying the bracha and then remembered there is a machloket. I finished the bracha but did I do the correct thing.
Netanyahou: "Je n’ai pas peur des menaces. Les médias ne me font pas peur’’
Le Likoud célèbre l’accomplissement historique des dernières élections avec 35 sièges à la Knesset. Netanyahou : "Je serai le Premier ministre de tous. De ceux qui m'ont choisi et de ceux qui ne m'ont pas choisi"