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Berel Bell

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Rabbi Berel Bell is the founding dean of Bais Chaya Mushka Seminary in Montreal, a member of the Rabbinical Court of Montréal and author and director of Teacher Training for the Jewish Learning Institute.
Negative Commandment 328
The 328th prohibition is that we are forbidden to perform melachah on Shemini Atzeres [the eighth Outside of Israel, this mitzvah is for the eighth and ninth day. day of Sukkos]. The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement, "No servile melachah may ...
Negative Commandment 327
The 327th prohibition is that we are forbidden to perform melachah on the first day of Sukkos. The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement, "No servile melachah may be done [on that day]."
Negative Commandment 326
The 326th prohibition is that we are forbidden to perform melachah on Rosh HaShanah. The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement Lev. 23:25., "No servile melachah may be done [on that day]."
Negative Commandment 325
The 325th prohibition is that we are forbidden to perform melachah on Shavuos. The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement, "No servile This phrase, m'leches avodah, excludes those types of melachah involving food preparation. Nevertheless, there ar...
Negative Commandment 324
The 324th prohibition is that we are forbidden to perform melachah on the seventh day of Pesach. The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement, Ibid. "No melachah may be done on these days," i.e., the first and the seventh days [of Pesach].
Negative Commandment 323
The 323rd prohibition is that we are forbidden to perform melachah on the first day Ex. 12:16. of Pesach. The source of this commandment is G-d's statement, Outside of Israel, this mitzvah is for two days. "No melachah may be done on these days" [i.e., th...
Negative Commandment 201
The 201st prohibition is that we are forbidden to have chometz found in our dwellings, even if it is not visible, or if it is left as a deposit. The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement, Ex. 12:19. "For seven days, no chometz may be found in your...
Negative Commandment 200
The 200th prohibition is that we are forbidden to have chometz seen in our dwellings all seven Outside of Israel, this mitzvah is for eight days. days [of Pesach]. The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement, Ex. 13:7. "None of your chometz may be s...
Negative Commandment 198
The 198th prohibition is that we are forbidden from eating anything with chometz [leaven] mixed into it, even if it is not bread; e.g., muryas, A type of dip. kutach, A dip containing whey, salt, and pieces of bread. See Pesachim 42a. etc. The source of t...
Negative Commandment 197
The 197th prohibition is that we are forbidden to eat chometz on Pesach. The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement, Ex. 13:3. "No chometz may be eaten." If chometz was eaten intentionally, the punishment is kores, See Principle 14, where the Ramba...
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