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Ten Minute Halacha - Inviting People to a Bris

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Oct 25, 2010
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Series: Ten Minute Halacha

Venue: Yeshivat Lev Shlomo (Woodmere, NY) Yeshivat Lev Shlomo (Woodmere, NY)

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    1. Title: Mixed Seating at a Bris Milah?
      Author: Chaim Simons ,

      According to Rav Moshe Feinstein (Igros Moshe, Orach Chaim, volume1, responsum 41) one can have mixed seating at a wedding since people are there by invitation. However for a bris milah, one specifically does not “invite” people, but one just “informs” them. Will this affect the seating arrangements?!

    2. Title: answer to the rabbis question
      Author: shloma edelstein ,

      Your kahsha:Based on the Rashbam the shulchan orach doesnt let us invite people to brisim,what about a wedding kohen to a koheness ?Rabbi Jacob B. Mendelson's hunch – the gamara means only kohanim meyuchasin.(Rabbi Baurch Pesach Mendelsons father)

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