Inyonei Chanukah 5781 Part 1 - Mekor Hachag, Ofen shel Hachag, Al Hanisim, Neiros Chanukah

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מקור החג אופן של החג על הניסים נרות חנוכה

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    1. Title: Women lighting
      Author: aharon wolfish ,

      Should married women light the menorah separately from their husbands (with a bracha). I have heard that Rav Soloveichick said that ishto kegufo is not applicable.Thank you

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        Teacher Replyaharon wolfish, 

        That was Rav Soloveitchik's opinion (against the psak of the mishnahberurah) On Sun, Dec 13, 2020 at 5:58 AM wrote: > Dear Rabbi Hershel Schachter,>> A question has been posted for you on YUTorah by aharon wolfish.>> aharon wolfish asked this question treated as [public] message.> Please click here to reply publicly> > (your response will be visible on the website, and your email address will> remain invisible) or click here to reply privately> > (your message will be sent directly to the questioner, and your email> address will be visible to that person only).>> Shiur Title: Inyonei Chanukah 5781 Part 1 - Mekor Hachag, Ofen shel> Hachag, Al Hanisim, Neiros Chanukah> > Subject: Women lighting> Question: Should married women light the menorah separately from their> husbands (with a bracha). I have heard that Rav Soloveichick said that> ishto kegufo is not applicable. Thank you> -- May we share in besoros tovos

    2. Title: Women lighting
      Author: aharon wolfish ,

      Should married women light the menorah separately from their husbands (with a bracha). I have heard that Rav Soloveichick said that ishto kegufo is not applicable.Thank you

    3. Title: Women lighting
      Author: aharon wolfish ,

      Should married women light the menorah separately from their husbands (with a bracha). I have heard that Rav Soloveichick said that ishto kegufo is not applicable.Thank you

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