This week's article discusses the issue of using different languages for purposes of Keriyas Shema and for prayer in general. When can English, or other languages, be used? Is it preferable to use Hebrew without understanding, or a different language that one understands? Can foreign languages be used even in places where they are not the spoken tongue? These, and other questions, are discussed in this week's article.
During the holiday and vacation period, one of the most frequently quoted pesukim is a verse in our Parashah: "Guard yourselves very carefully." However, aside from the timely vacation issues, there are several common questions of keeping healthy that deserve halachic analysis. The parameters of the obigation to maintain good health, and its detail, will be discussed in the present article.
Have you come across a question in matters of mamzerus, or other geneaology-related disqualifications?
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