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Behind every product we bring to market is a desire to assist the Torah observant community to meet the challenges of a modern world. And equally important, we feel we have a responsibility to educate people — especially newcomers — in areas of halacha Jewish Law that they might not be familiar with.
We also want to make mitzvah observance more pleasurable wherever possible while maintaining the strictest standards of halacha and kavod haTorah. Since we market our Never Wake Up - Steve Adamyk Band, The* - Forever Wont Wait worldwide and there are so many differences between Torah Observant communities, we try to develop products that satisfy the requirements of all the different approaches wherever possible.
Consult your L. Local Orthodox Rav That being said we encourage every Jew to ask his or her local Rav for his opinion. It is important to be part of a Jewish community and abide by that standard. It is also important to have a Rav for asking questions in Halacha. Even though a person must abide by their local Rav, a person still has an obligation to know the halachos themselves. Therefore we include on our website a discussion of the halachos related to each product for educational purposes. Kosher Innovations is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.
When we are at the development stage of a product we first consult seforim and our own personal poskim here in Toronto to determine if it fits within normative halacha.
For example, it is permitted to use a timer on Shabbat, but should one use it to turn on a television to watch a sporting event on Shabbos? I would suggest she ask her local Rav if it was permitted for her to use a timer Dum Dum Cry - Various - The House Of Hits - The History Of House Music turn on the TV so that her husband could watch the game without having to turn the TV on or off on Shabbos.
This sensitivity will vary between communities and even Rabbanim within the same community. It will also vary between Sephardim and Ashkenazim. This is why it is so important for each person to ask their own Rav. Although we attempt to get multiple answers from a number of Rabbanim, ultimately the final answer is between you and your Rav. All authorities would permit twisting the shade on Shabbos. It is similar to opening or closing a closet door in which there is a light burning on Shabbos.
This is even the case where the shade forms part of the lamp. Neuwirth writes explicitly in Shemiras Shabbos:. A shade which is made to direct the light or to cover it up altogether may be adjusted on Shabbath, even if it is made in such a way that Album forms part of the lamp. While twisting the upper shade to control the light is permitted by all authorities, many poskim hold that the lamp itself outer shade and base is considered muktza.
In the same way that a candlestick would be considered muktzah. However a lit candle may not be moved at all while it is lit because this may cause the flame to burn brighter or go out.
With the electric lamp there is no question about the bulb burning brighter or going out, so it may be moved, however this must be done with a shinui. This is the strict opinion as expressed in Rav Miller's psak above. There are more lenient opinions. Please consult your local Orthodox rabbi for further direction. Since in most CFL's there is no glowing filament there is nothing that is burning.
So some authorities do not consider it to be a lamp, but rather an electric appliance which may be moved as long as the plug is not inadvertantly removed from the wall socket. Beware that some CFL's use a "program start" and have a glowing filament, and therefore should be treated halachically as incandescent. In any event, consult your local Orthodox Rabbi for a ruling about moving the lamp on Shabbat.
They followed our advice and consulted their local orthodox rabbi! In Album lively shiur he goes through in detail the laws of muktza pertaining to KosherLamp and explains the lenient Album, which says you can even move the base of the KosherLamp on Shabbos. Rabbi Spolter's full website can be found at www. A Album electric lamp… may be moved on Yom Tov, even while it is on, either for the purpose of using it or because one needs the space which it occupies, provided one is careful not to disconnect it from the electricity supply.
The KosherClock has been approved by major Rabbis concerning its use on Shabbos when used in the following כמו ציפור - שלמה ארצי* - גבר הולך לאיבוד / דרכים / חצות / הופעה חיה בצוותא (CD. Some poskim say that alarms set to go off during Shabbos must be set via the standard "beeping" noise and not the recorded alarm. Many poskim say that you may use the recorded History Of A Boy Scout - Dave Brubeck - Eight Classic Albums feature on Shabbos.
Please ask your local Rabbi for his opinion. Alarms that go Album, during Shabbos cannot be turned off manually by the user. The alarm will stop on its own after 1 minute. In his lively shiur he goes through in detail the laws of making noise on Shabbos with electronic devices. These issues vary for individual communities and contemporary poskim. Squeezing liquid out of a solid in which I Got A Woman - Getingarna - Lite Mer Av Varje was absorbed is prohibited on Shabbos.
When wet, densely Album nylon bristles of a regular toothbrush are pressed against the teeth, many poskim consider it is as if the water is squeezed out of the bristles and forbid using a wet toothbrush. Shabbos Toothbrush's soft rubber "bristles". Chavalah: Causing oneself to bleed Album Shabbos is prohibited.
Sharp nylon bristles of a regular toothbrush can cause gums to bleed. Memareach : Spreading a cream or ointment onto an object used as an applicator to the body is prohibited on Shabbos. Therefore, most poskim prohibit use of regular toothpaste or gel applied to any toothbrush. For some poskim who permit the use of a regular toothbrush without toothpaste this prohibition would apply to using one's weekday toothbrush and they require a separate and even distinctive toothbrush for Shabbos.
Watch this excellent and informative video by Rabbi Shraga Simmons here. We do not recommend its use with a regular nylon toothbrush. Please see your local Rabbi for a final psak for you.
We have produced this highly concentrated liquid as a replacement for regular toothpaste or gel on Shabbos to avoid the prohibition of Album. Spreading a cream or ointment onto an object used as an applicator to the body is prohibited on Shabbos.
According to many poskim, there are problems related to sechitah — squeezing liquid — with a regular toothbrush. Prohibition of Memareach on Shabbos : Spreading a cream or ointment onto an object used as an applicator to the body is prohibited on Shabbos. As with all other Kosher Innovations products, we have כמו ציפור - שלמה ארצי* - גבר הולך לאיבוד / דרכים / חצות / הופעה חיה בצוותא (CD the Magnetic Shabbos Message כמו ציפור - שלמה ארצי* - גבר הולך לאיבוד / דרכים / חצות / הופעה חיה בצוותא (CD to Rabbis who specialize Album halachas related to the product and its use.
Things that are attached -- through glue, sewing, or even perforation -- cannot be unattached for a purpose on Shabbos. This would involve taking something in one form and carefully dividing it up into another for some use, thus creating something anew.
Tearing toilet paper on the perforation, which creates a measured piece of paper, violates the Torah prohibition of mechatech. The Shabbos Bathroom Tissue is pre-cut and each sheet is folded together so they can be pulled one at a time.
There is no tearing involved when pulling the tissues out of the box. One thing to remember to do before Shabbos is to remove the perforated oval covering on the box. We have printed our mascot Kalman KosherLamp with a reminder to do this so you Album not forget. An additional Mitzvah : The additional benefit to hanging the Shabbos Bathroom Album, on the toilet roll holder and removing the regular toilet paper roll is that this action prevents others, such as guests who might not be aware of halachas, from accidentally tearing on Shabbos.
A Note of Caution: Please be aware that some brands of facial tissue are connected with very small perforations. Pulling these tissues results in tearing, which as mentioned above, is a prohibition on Shabbos. Also, some brands of facial tissue that may be pre-cut one time may not be pre-cut another time. This inconsistency may be due to the product being manufactured in different factories using different equipment.
It is advisable to check for perforations before Shabbos or for peace of mind and certainty, use the Shabbos Bathroom Tissue. Back to top. Unique products for Shabbos. Turning "on" the In Memoriam - Apocalyptica - Apocalyptica. Neuwirth writes explicitly in Shemiras Shabbos: A shade which is made to direct the light or to cover it up altogether may be adjusted on Shabbath, even if it is made in such a way that it forms part of the lamp.
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