Support Migdal Ohr by purchasing letters in the Torah Scroll that will be written in honor of Rabbi Grossman’s 70th Birthday.
Posted on: August 6th, 2015
"So there's no way to lend past the shemittah year?" asked Eli.
Posted on: July 30th, 2015
The Day He Heard
‘One May Seek Revocation Of A Confimation’
The director picked up the phone to Rabbi Dayan. "One of our counselors lost his check," he said. "Do we have to issue a new one or is it his loss?"
Posted on: July 23rd, 2015
‘Older’ By A Month
‘…Until The Beginning Of Adar’
Because the words of Torah gladden the heart, studying Torah is forbidden when Tisha B’Av is on a weekday, except for passages in Scripture that deal with the destruction of the Temple and other calamities.
The two decided to approach Rabbi Dayan. "What is the halachic status of conquered territory?" asked Shalom.
Posted on: July 16th, 2015
On Shabbat during the nine days, one may don freshly laundered clothes, eat meat and drink wine, including Havdalah wine.
"Does that mean a person can simply renege after payment was made?" asked Benjy incredulously.
The Plucked Apple
‘…Which Cannot Become Permitted’
Posted on: July 9th, 2015
"But I'm already dwelling in the apartment," said Mr. Gold. "Shouldn't that count? I'm no worse than a neighbor!"
‘From A Wealthy Roman Lady’
The combination of the severity of the punishment and the ease with which the prohibition may be forgotten require that the smallest amount of chametz – chametz bemashehu – be prohibited.
Posted on: July 2nd, 2015
This Land Is ‘My’ Land
‘[If The Vow Was Imposed] In The Seventh Year…’
If the sick person is thrust into a situation where he is compelled to face his sickness head on, we who are not yet sick can encourage him by facing it with him.
"Is there a difference between rescuing and other services?" asked Ploni.
Posted on: June 25th, 2015
Less clear, however, is whether the concept applies to the area of civil law such as the law of transfer of property.
My Plate, My Food
‘My Loaf Is Forbidden To You’
"What difference does that make?" replied Shraga. "What counts is the agreement that we made. I said two hundred fifty and you accepted."
Posted on: June 18th, 2015
Not As An Asmachta?
“An Asmachta [In Beis Din] Does Acquire”
"Is the invoice signed by the students?" asked the principal. "They said they didn't get the pizza."
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