100 Lubavitchers from the greater Detroit area gathered for a Kinus Torah held at Beis Chabad Oak Park Michigan, addressed by local Rabbonim, shluchim and bochurim.
By Anash.org reporter
100 Lubavitchers from the greater Detroit area gathered for a Kinus Torah held at Beis Chabad Oak Park Michigan, addressed by local Rabbonim and bochurim.
Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Gershon Steinmetz spoke about the different opinions on whether the mitzvah of sefiras haomer is m’deoraisa or d’rabanan nowadays.
Rabbi Yaakov Tzemach Raskin, a new shliach in the state of Wyoming, spoke about the mitzva to retell the story of the yetzias mitzrayim during the seder and whether you may eat matzah ashira.
Rabbi Mendel Azimov, a shliach in Paris, spoke about the traditional greeting of “Shalom Aleichem” on yomtov based on the teachings of the Rebbe’s teachings and teachings of various achronim.
Rabbi Mendel Kaplan, mashpia in the city, discussed the issue of finding chametz during Pesach and whether one can be lenient and rely on the sale to a non-Jew, or if it must be specifically burned.
Rabbi Shmuel Levertov, a shliach in the state of Texas, spoke about the eating of korban Pesach by someone who is not part of the group and whether they are responsible to bring a Pesach sheini.
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