Get the best of content every week!
Find answers to fascinating Jewish questions, enjoy holiday tips and guides, read real-life stories and more!

Shatnez (Prohibition against mixing wool and linen in garments)

Knowledge Base » Torah, The » Halacha (Torah law) » Halachic Concepts & Issues » Kilayim » Shatnez (Prohibition against mixing wool and linen in garments)
Only showing results in " Video"  |  Show All
Sort by:
Shatnez (Prohibition against mixing wool and linen in garments): a mixture of wool and linen forbidden by the Torah
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?
Mixing Wool and Linen
Shatnez is the prohibition of wearing garments mixed with wool and linen. Join us as we take an up-close look at how to check materials to ensure they’re free of shatnez.
19 Elul, 5750 • September 9, 1990
Blessings in your work to ensure that garments in Israel are Shatnez-free. But may we soon merit to use Shatnez properly in the third Holy Temple. A double portion of blessing for everything in the Land of Israel.
Torah commands a Jew not to wear Shaatnez – wool and linen woven together. What is the inner meaning of this Mitzvah?
Women Learn Sefer HaMitzvot
Study the daily lesson of Sefer HaMitzvos for day 122 with Rabbi Mendel Kaplan, where he teaches the mitzvah in-depth with added insight and detail.
“May G-d help, that we are soon able to use shatnez in the Temple service.”
Browse Subjects Alphabetically:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9