Daily Halacha-shulchanaruchharav.com
Wishing good Shabbos after Mincha on Shabbos

Wishing good Shabbos after Mincha on Shabbos

July 2, 2020

Why are some accustomed not to wish good Shabbos after Mincha? What is the Cahabd custom in this matter and what did the Rebbe do?

Source sheets for-”Child who stole, and a person who stole as a child”
Premium

Source sheets for-”Child who stole, and a person who stole as a child”

July 1, 2020

Access and view a copy of the original Hebrew sources discussed in the below Halacha. Ideal for teachers and lecturers as a tool for systematic preparation or distribution for a lecture or Torah class. 

Child who stole, and a person who stole as a child

Child who stole, and a person who stole as a child

July 1, 2020

If a child stole an object, must he return it to the owner? What if many years have passed and he is already an adult? What if the object is no longer in existence? Must the child do Teshuvah for his stealing when he becomes an adult? Are the parents liable to pay? What if the child was a toddler?

To read the full article on this subject see here on our website, or our Sefer "Topics in Practical Halacha" Volume 2 C.M. 

Shemira for Chasan and Kallah after wedding

Shemira for Chasan and Kallah after wedding

June 30, 2020

What are the laws of Shemirah for a Chasan and Kallah after the wedding? Is it really an obligation to be careful? Cna the Chasan and Kallah guard each other when they are together? What about going to Shul if a Shomer is not available? Who is valid as a Shomer-a child, gentile? 

To read the full article on this subject see here on our website, or our Sefer "Topics in Practical Halacha" Volume 1 E.H. Halacha 15

Source sheets for-”Should a married man say a blessing on a Tallis Katant”
Premium

Source sheets for-”Should a married man say a blessing on a Tallis Katant”

June 29, 2020

Access and view a copy of the original Hebrew sources discussed in the below Halacha. Ideal for teachers and lecturers as a tool for systematic preparation or distribution for a lecture or Torah class. 

Should a married man say a blessing on a Tallis Katan

Should a married man say a blessing on a Tallis Katan

June 29, 2020

Should a married man say a blessing on a Tallis Katan? Is one to say a blessing over a Tallis Katan worn prior to Davening if he will be wearing a Tallis Gadol for Shacharis? Why do some say it is not to be done? What if one is putting it on later on in the day, such as when putting on a Shabbos Tallis Katan on Erev Shabbos after Mikveh. What is the Chabad custom and directive of the Rebbe on this matter?

Source sheets for-”Attending a wedding or festive meal on day of Yahrzeit”
Premium

Source sheets for-”Attending a wedding or festive meal on day of Yahrzeit”

June 28, 2020

Access and view a copy of the original Hebrew sources discussed in the below Halacha. Ideal for teachers and lecturers as a tool for systematic preparation or distribution for a lecture or Torah class. 

Attending a wedding or festive meal on day of Yahrzeit

Attending a wedding or festive meal on day of Yahrzeit

June 28, 2020

May one attend a wedding meal, Sheva Brachos, Bar Mitzvah, Bris Milah, and other festive setting on the day of the Yahrzeit? Is there a difference between the children of the deceased versus siblings and other relatives? What about just going to the Chuppah or to say Mazal Tov?

See here for the full article and sources on the subject

Source Sheet for “The grave prohibition of being involved in a Machlokes”
Premium

Source Sheet for “The grave prohibition of being involved in a Machlokes”

June 26, 2020

Access and view a copy of the original Hebrew sources discussed in the below Halacha. Ideal for teachers and lecturers as a tool for systematic preparation or distribution for a lecture or Torah class. 

The grave prohibition of being involved in a Machlokes

The grave prohibition of being involved in a Machlokes

June 26, 2020

How severe does the Torah view discord and dispute-Machlokes? What Biblical prohibitions are involved in having a Machlokes? May one cause or continue a Machlokes for religious reasons? Must one endeavor to end a Machlokes even if he is 100% in the right? And what advice does the Rebbe give us in how to end Machlokes.

Vists our website to see the full article and sources on this subject