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Bedikat Chametz
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On the night of the 14th of Nissan, one is obligated to perform “bedikat chametz”. [1]Bedikat chametz is the requirement to search one’s home and other property for any chametz which one may not be aware of.[2] Chametz which is found during the search is put aside and burned the next morning. The search should […]
Shabbat: C (part 1) – Carrying
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CANDLESTICKS You may not remove candle holders from a table on Shabbat, but you may ask a non-Jew to remove them for you if you need the space. CARRYING (HOTZA’A) AND DOMAINS Transferring Object from Domain to Domain On Shabbat (or Yom Kippur), you may not transfer an object between and among domains unless there […]
1,014. An Animal Born on Yom Tov
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Shvisas Yom Tov 1:24 The two days of yom tov observed in outside of Israel are considered two separate periods of holiness and not like a single day. Therefore, something that was muktzeh on the first day, or that came into existence on the first day, is permitted on the second day if designated for […]
1,011. Designating for Use on Yom Tov
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Shvisas Yom Tov 1:18 The concept of muktzeh as it applies to yom tov is as follows: if a chicken is set aside for the eggs that it lays, an ox is set aside for plowing, or doves in a coop or produce are set aside to be sold, these and similar things are considered […]