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Two Menorahs for One Person?

The Talmud on Chanukah, Lesson 6

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Two Menorahs for One Person?: The Talmud on Chanukah, Lesson 6

The Talmud presents an interesting scenario where one person must light two menorahs. This teaches us a new principle on avoiding suspicion. In perfect Talmudic style, the discussion turns to the mitzvah of leaving ‘Pie’ah’ (the corner of the field for the poor) to support this idea.
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