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Wool and Linen—Shatnez

Practical Parshah—Tetzaveh

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Wool and Linen—Shatnez: Practical Parshah—Tetzaveh

The priestly garments were allowed to contain an admixture of wool and linen that is normally forbidden. Why is this? And why is it normally prohibited?
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Parshah, Shatnez, Tetzaveh

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arthur fortner port richey February 14, 2019

Never get tired of listening to you Rabbi Kaplan always learn something new and look forward to the next time Reply

Robert Metnick Tarpon Springs March 10, 2017

Rabbi,

Deeply appreciate the sharing of your vast Torah knowledge. I can listen in my car on my long trips to Miami. It's such a great mitzvah that you are giving us!

Chag Samaech!

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Europe February 14, 2016

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Danii Switzerland February 17, 2019
in response to Europe:

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agapimou lisbon November 21, 2014

It's fascinating listening to rabis, particularly this one. So many things to learn...! I feel grateful to the ones who bring this teachings to all of us, in our homes. What a complex and mysterious world is the jewish world! Grateful to this rabi, grateful to the net. Reply

jrmy Briggsdale, colorado March 8, 2011

pesach sheni if the positive commandment overrides the negative commandment (which makes sense to me), then why the pesach sheni? Reply

Anonymous Davison, MI/USA March 5, 2011

Wool & Linen Thank you so much for this teaching. I never understood this prohibition before. Reply

binh tran fremont, ca February 12, 2011

Wow! B Thanks Rabbi M. Kaplan like others had said it, it's simply the best yet. this teachings very detail, Rabbi Kaplan, in regards of mixture food, since there's GMO food today all over the super market and the producer doesn't label these food, do I break the Mitzvah when I eat it? Thank you again for all the great weekly teachings. Reply

Rivka Toronto, Canada February 9, 2011

Rav Kaplan/Tetzaveh Once again, Rav Kaplan shows us all what a wonderful shaliach of the Rebbe he truly is. Thank you Rav! again and again. Reply

Bat Sheva Klein Chicago, IL February 9, 2011

Thank You This was one of your best! Reply

Anonymous Metairie, La February 9, 2011

Shatnez Thank you. You taught me a tremendous amount. Reply

Moshe Schick Elad, Israel February 9, 2011

I love it. Keep me updated, please. Reply

FRED FIRKEY SHELTON, SHELTON,USA February 9, 2011

DEAR AND BLESSED RABBI KAPLAN Your words are inspiring and lead me to a greater understanding of Torah. You speak to the Jew and the "gentile". You are a truly an inspiring tracher . Your words touch my heart and soul! Reply

suzi orlando, fl February 8, 2011

WOOL AND LINEN As always I enjoy the explanations, the story telling, and the manner in which they are delivered. There is always kindness and laughter when Rabbi Kaplan teaches a class. His explanations are beautiful in
their simplicity, as well as their complex origins.

Thank you Reply

Anonymous February 8, 2011

Fascinating. Thank you for this 'practical parshah' lesson Reply

Each week, Rabbi Mendel Kaplan will delve into that week's Torah reading to bring out a practical lesson for life and explain the Biblical sources for the customs, laws, practices and ethics of our people.
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