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Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Raskin

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Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Raskin serves as the dayan of the Lubavitch community in London, U.K.
Walking on Shabbat between Borehamwood and Edgware
An acquaintance of mine resides in the London neighborhood of Borehamwood, while some of his adult children live in Edgware. The walk between their homes is about half an hour. Borehamwood and Edgware are separated by a large green area. My friend approac...
As the family dynamics change, sometimes we’re left with not enough “diners” to do justice to a shiur challah of bread over Shabbos
Wine has been with us since Creation.Come explore some practical examples of where the prohibition of wine handled by a non-Jew come into play.
Find out which tasks - that we may not do on Shabbat - may we request a gentile to perform on our behalf?
If I light on time, it is likely that by the time my wife comes home, my menorah will no longer be alight. Does my wife light menorah again and make her own blessing?
Metal and glass utensils that were bought from a non-Jew are to be immersed in a kosher mikvah prior to use for food.
This article focuses on one Jewish law regarding Hatarat Nedarim (Annulment of Vows), namely that the petitioner is obliged to articulate the vow which he seeks to absolve.
Instead of dropping the match upon a flat surface, should place it down standing diagonally, allowing it to fully burn out.
For Sukkot, it is customary for the candles to be lit in the Sukkah.
But I have observed that some boxes of Neronim come with metal “lids,” specially designed to raise the candle above the troublesome spike.
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