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Re: Eida Charedit bans all Ethiopians from Barkan winery (touching the wine)
You could officially investigate everyone, but if the whole point was really only for Ethiopians and they did everyone as a formality, the distinction is irrelevant.
I don't see why you would assume that everyone else was done as a formality.
The religion and observance of all people coming in contact with wine is of primary importance in determining the kashrus of wine .
A premier kashrus agency should definitely verify all involved.

August 27, 2018, 01:03:58 PM
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Re: Lakewood NJ Master Thread
No one made you guess! He had a simple question
He didn't say anyone made him guess; he offered his own opinion, as people tend to do.

October 30, 2018, 08:04:08 PM
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Re: The 13th Global Siyum Hashas of Daf YomiAgudath Israel of America.
Not sure if it was discussed above,  but how many you guys know why they used a boat as a symbol for this year's siyum?
See here
https://mishpacha.com/grabbing-the-daf
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GRABBING THE DAF
 By Yonoson Rosenblum | JANUARY 1, 2020
At the first Siyum HaShas held in Yeshivas Chachmei Lublin, Rav Meir Shapiro, the initiator of the worldwide daf yomi schedule, peered presciently into the gathering gloom. He quoted the Gemara (Yevamos 121a) in which Rabban Gamliel describes standing on the deck of a ship and seeing a nearby ship crash and break apart, casting overboard a great scholar — no less than Rabi Akiva himself.

After reaching dry land, Rabban Gamliel was shocked when the same Rabi Akiva appeared before him to engage in halachic discussion. Rabban Gamliel asked him how he had survived being thrown into the watery deep — to which Rabi Akiva replied, “A board (daf) of the boat floated into my hands. I grabbed on to it, and I bent my head before each and every wave that came toward me until I reached the shore.”

Rav Shapiro emphasized that Rabi Akiva lived during one of the darkest periods of Jewish history, marked by the loss of national independence and the nation’s spiritual center of the holy Temple. But even under the harshest Roman edicts against Torah learning, he produced outstanding talmidim, who would restore Torah to its former glory.

The daf of the ship to which Rabi Akiva held tight, said Rav Shapiro, can be understood metaphorically as the daf Gemara to which we must hold tight for protection against the evils of the day and the far greater horrors yet to come.

January 02, 2020, 10:44:56 PM
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