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971. An Eiruv of Impermissible Food
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Eiruvin 6:15 If a person made an eiruv with terumah about which there is a doubt as to whether or not it is ritually clean, the eiruv is not valid because the food is not fit to eat. The same is true if a person had two loaves of terumah bread, one of which was […]
970. A Doubt Regarding an Eiruv
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Eiruvin 6:13 Let’s say that two people tell a messenger to go and make eiruvei techumin for them and that he placed one eiruv before Shabbos began and the other during twilight. The eiruv that was placed before Shabbos was eaten during twilight, while the one that was placed during twilight was eaten after nightfall. […]
969. An Eiruv That Is Lost or Destroyed
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Eiruvin 6:11 Whenever a person makes an eiruv techumin, he is given a four-cubit (approx. six-foot) perimeter around the eiruv. Therefore, if a person puts his eiruv at the end of the Shabbos boundary and it subsequently rolls two cubits beyond that boundary, the eiruv is still valid because it is not considered to have […]
968. An Inaccessible Eiruv
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Eiruvin 6:9 If a person intends to spend Shabbos in a private or a public domain, and he puts his eiruv in a carmelis (the quasi-public domain), or he intends to spend Shabbos in a carmelis and he puts his eiruv in a private or a public domain, then the eiruv is valid. This is […]
967. The Food to Be Used for an Eiruv
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Eiruvin 6:7 Any food that can be used to make a shittuf can also be used to make an eiruv techumin. Conversely, any foods that cannot be used for a shittuf cannot be used for an eiruv techumin. The minimum volume of food needed for an eiruv techumin is enough for two meals per person. […]
966. Occasions for Which to Make an Eiruv Techumin
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Eiruvin 6:5 If a person places his eiruv within the city where he will be spending Shabbos, he has performed a meaningless act and his Shabbos boundary is not measured from the eiruv. Rather, he is like every other resident of the city, who may travel 2,000 cubits in every direction beyond the city. If […]
964. Eiruvei Techumin
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Eiruvin 6:1 If a person leaves a city on Friday afternoon and he places enough food for two meals some distance from the city but within its Shabbos boundary, he establishes this as his place for Shabbos. This is so even if he ends up returning to the city before Shabbos and sleeps in his […]