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Stealing: Is it Ever permitted?

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Dec 12, 2018
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Venue: Mt Sinai Jewish Center (New York, NY) Mt Sinai Jewish Center (New York, NY)

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Part 6 of money matters series

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  1. Title: Teachers confiscating property
    Author: Michael Shatz ,

    Rav Henkin, in Bnei Banim 2:47-49 is an example of a posek who thinks that confiscating property from students is forbidden as stealing.

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      Teacher ReplyMichael Shatz, 

      MichaelThank you so much for the mareh makom. I was trying to defend the practice of those who take away items, which is far harder to explain. What I cited came from a teshuva of R Asher Bush in the first volume of Shoel B'Shlomo and an article authored by Rabbi Michael Taubes Rabbi Ezra Y. SchwartzRosh Yeshiva and Associate Director RIETSGlueck 628646 592 4025

  2. Title: Teachers confiscating property
    Author: Michael Shatz ,

    Rav Henkin, in Bnei Banim 2:47-49 is an example of a posek who thinks that confiscating property from students is forbidden as stealing.

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