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revised Two days, one day, and zero days of Purim?
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answered What is the hetter to wear earmuffs?
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revised What is the hetter to wear earmuffs?
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answered A silly question doth not a Purim Torah post make
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reviewed Leave Open Rav Tzadok Hakohein of Lublin on Esther
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reviewed No Action Needed Are the historical Jewish tribes still known today?
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reviewed No Action Needed Where does the concept of "shirayim" come from?
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reviewed Looks Good Who is this Lamar?
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comment Elohim plural singular
meta.judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/3320/…
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revised Two days, one day, and zero days of Purim?
Additional thought.
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revised Two days, one day, and zero days of Purim?
A little clearer
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answered Two days, one day, and zero days of Purim?
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comment Two days, one day, and zero days of Purim?
Yehuda, on the general etiquette question, no you should leave it (and let it be closed as a duplicate). Multiple ways of asking the question allow searchers to find it using your language instead of the duplicate. HOWEVER, in this case it is not a duplicate. There it is asking if someone who thinks the Halacha is that you can make it skipped is allowed to do so because they have philosophical objections.
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comment Two days, one day, and zero days of Purim?
Highly related: judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/14949/…
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comment Why some Jewish tend to look more blonde then the others?
@Victor, Jews in China that you see today are of very recent vintage. It is unlikely that they were even born there, certainly not anything further than their grandparents. There was a long standing Jewish community in China (Kaifeng) and they look quite Chinese.
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comment how can the walls not see her hair
@hazoriz, I'm just saying that in a bathhouse (which used to be always separate) you do what you have to do. Now that the room is in the house, the din is the same.
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comment how can the walls not see her hair
@hazoriz, see Shulchan Aruach HaRav 2:2 in the later version, and the footnotes there for relevant sources that when bathing, where there is no option, one gets undressed. Also brought in the Mishna Brura 2 s.q. 2
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