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“This disturbed me,” said Rav Spektor. “I then realized that the Chacham Zevi (Rav Zvi Hirsh Ashkenazi, an eminent Talmudist, who was born in Moravia about 1660 and died in Lemberg in 1718) was the only one who was lenient in such a case and I decided accordingly, because of the dilemma of the poor woman.”
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