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Shabbat 129

Can one desecrate Shabbat for a woman after childbirth and if so, how much after - 3 days? 7 days? 30 days? When is it considered the beginning of childbirth?...

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Shabbat 125: Leaving Muktzah

What do you do with the broken shards of an...
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Crossing Trestles (Shabbat 105)

Can an eight-month-old have a favorite book? It seems so....
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Shabbat 124: Turning Broken Vessels into Vessels

The term "muktzah." Shabbat vs. yom tov - when it...
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Shabbat 123: The Extreme Origins of Muktzah

The mishnah on daf 122 explains that every item is...

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