- A Glimpse of Moreinu Rav Chaim Yisroel Belsky, ZATZAL
- Could her brother-in-law perform Chalitza or was he considered a halachic shoteh making him ineligible? The last time this question arose was in the early 1960's with Rav Moshe Feinstein. I called Rav Belsky at the behest of the man's Rosh Yeshiva.
- Daf Yomi
- Our mishnah teaches that she is considered divorced if the get is delivered to her and thus free from having to do yibbum/chalitza if the husband is later found to be dead.
- Did Jesus Understand Genesis 2 Literally?
- But the Babylonian Talmud also discusses natural eunuchs and eunuchs “made by man” in the context of wives being able to divorce (the ceremony of chalitsa) their husbands if they are eunuchs. Are Mark 10:12 and Matthew 19:10-12 both introducing a ...
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- Halitza Chalitzah shoe (Jewish Encyclopedia) Responding to what it says are numerous complaints it has received from women compelled to go through it, ITIM – a Modern Orthodox-run nonprofit that helps people navigate through Israel's byzantine ...
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