Thursday, December 6, 2018

Riddle

                                                         Riddle

The only reason he needs to repeat the שמונה עשרה is because he said יעלה ויבא on Rosh Chodesh (in the שמונה עשרה).

Had he not have said יעלה ויבא he would not have had to repeat the שמונה עשרה.


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1 comment:

  1. My answer to this riddle:

    On Rosh HaShanah, he recited Yaale VaYabo for Rosh Chodesh.
    This is wrong, even though Rosh HaShanah is also Rosh Chodesh.

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    Harvard Law Professor Alan M. Dershowitz
    grew up Orthodox but later became secular.

    He said this about Orthodox Judaism,
    many years after he quit it:

    “I cannot leave my progeny any legacy comparable to
    the Orthodox commitment to, and intimate knowledge of,
    Jewish tradition and practice that my predecessors left me.

    Though I have not abandoned my Jewishness – far from it – I have also not carried on the tradition of daily religious observance and total immersion in the sources of the tradition.

    Sometimes I regret not having done so.”

    SOURCE: Chutzpah by Alan M. Dershowitz (introduction chapter, page 12) published in 1991
    by Little Brown & Co ISBN: 9780316181372 ISBN: 0316181374

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    Harvard Law Professor Alan M. Dershowitz said:

    “Christmas, the most joyous of holidays to Christians,
    has been among the most dreaded of days for Jews
    throughout history. In many parts of Europe it
    was a time for pogroms and beatings; Jews were
    to be punished for their refusal to acknowledge
    the divinity of Jesus.”

    SOURCE: Chutzpah by Alan M. Dershowitz
    (chapter 10, page 332) published in year 1991
    by Little Brown & Co ISBN: 9780316181372 ISBN: 0316181374

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    Harvard Law Professor Alan M. Dershowitz said:

    “When Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire in the 4th century, the church achieved the political power to assure that its prophecy of Jewish failure was fulfilled.

    Jews were excluded from positions of influence, and their rights: political, economic, social, and religious -- were taken away. It became a civic virtue, as well as a religious obligation, to contribute to the vilification of the Jews.

    The Code of Justinian, enacted in 534 CE, curtailed Jewish freedom of worship, banned Jews from holding public office,
    and divested them of most property rights.”

    SOURCE: Chutzpah by Alan M. Dershowitz
    (chapter 4, page 102) published in year 1991
    by Little Brown & Co ISBN: 9780316181372 ISBN: 0316181374

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