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  Shulchan Aruch Information
The Shulchan Aruch (Hebrew: שולחן ערוך, literally: "Set Table") is a codex, or written catalogue, of halacha (Jewish law), composed by Rabbi Yosef Karo in the 16th century.
The history of the Shulchan Aruch is, in a way, identical with the history of rabbinical literature in Poland for a period of two centuries.
Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi wrote the Shulchan Aruch HaRav at the behest of the Hasidic leader, Rabbi Dovber of Mezeritch.
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  Shulchan Aruch HaRav -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
At a young age, Rabbi (additional info and facts about Shneur Zalman) Shneur Zalman was asked by his teacher, Rabbi (additional info and facts about Dovber of Mezeritch) Dovber of Mezeritch to recodify the (additional info and facts about Shulkhan Arukh) Shulkhan Arukh so that laymen would be able to learn Jewish law.
The (additional info and facts about Shulchan Aruch HaRav) Shulchan Aruch HaRav is used by (A large missionary Hasidic movement known for their hospitality, technological expertise, optimism and emphasis on religious study) Lubavitch Hasidism.
However, citations to this work are sometimes found in non-Lubavitch sources such as the (additional info and facts about Mishnah Berurah) Mishnah Berurah and the (additional info and facts about Ben Ish Chai) Ben Ish Chai.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/s/sh/shulchan_aruch_harav1.htm   (153 words)

  
 Shulchan Aruch HaRav at AllExperts
Shulchan Aruch HaRav (Hebrew: "Code of Jewish Law by the Rabbi"; also Shulkhan Arukh HaRav) is a codification of halakha by Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, known during his lifetime as HaRav ("The Rabbi").
The Shulchan Aruch HaRav is today used by Hasidim as their basis for daily practice.
Shulchan Aruch HaRav is one of three works on which Shlomo Ganzfried based his rulings in the Kitzur Shulkhan Arukh, the well known precis of Jewish law.
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 Women And Prayer When Time is Short - Nishmat
However the Shulchan Aruch adds that "It is correct to teach [the women] that they should receive upon themselves the yoke ofheaven." The Rema adds "And they should at least readthe first verse".
There is a major difference between the rulings of the Shulchan Aruch as opposed to the Rema in the question of whether one can say a blessing over a mitzvahthat one is not obligated in.
Therefore, the Shulchan Aruch rules that she cannot recite the blessing over the mitzvah, in line with the rishonim who say that one cannot say "vetzivanu", "who has commanded us", when there is no obligating command.
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 Benefiting from a Melachah preformed by a Jew on Shabbat - Nishmat
Most halachists believed that the Shulchan Aruch marked a certain "closing" of the Rishonim period, and therefore it establishes a definitive ruling (to a greater or lesser extent).
Today, there is a range in the halachic world, with most poskim accepting theauthority of the Shulchan Aruch to a large extent, whilst occasionally relying onthe viewpoint of other Rishonim in order to rule against the Shulchan Aruch.
Despite this, the Shulchan Aruch HaRav, of the Ba'al HaTanya, rules that even in the case of an intentional sin, if the sin was only done "with" the object, it may be used.
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 thegameiam: more grammar!
The kitzur shulchan aruch actually says to enlongate the chet, and only enlongate the dalet "slightly".
Incidentally - the kitzur shulchan aruch does seem to agree with your first point very strongly - he says that some people enlongate the word so much that they mispronounce it (in fact, he even gives your example as a mistake that the "common people" make).
A dalet sans dagesh is "dh" which is similar to the English "th" as in "the" not as in "through." mix a d with a j, and you're pretty close...
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 State of Judea
He said that Chabbad don’t hold by the Halachas of the Shulchan Aruch like the rest of Orthodox Jews do, but rather have an alternative halacha source called Shulchan Aruch Harav.
Shulchan Aruch HaRav is not a alternate source but a later sefer written by the Alter Rebbe based upon the Shulchan Aruch and Chasidic halachot, it was written primarily to answer questions that had arisen after the Shulchan Aruch was written.
Shulchan Aruch Harav is basically like the Aruch Hashulchan — it’s another attempt to be a complete code of law.
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 Lo Yasiach Sichat Chulin
It is likewise forbidden to engage in frivolous conversation at any time during the prayer service, or even while in the synagogue (as specified elsewhere in the chapter), but here the Shulchan Aruch only mentions "during the reader's repitition".
This is because it is assumed that during the rest of the tefillah, the congregation is engaged in prayer, not conversation.
Shulchan Aruch rules that idle talk is forbidden in shul even when prayers are not being recited.
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 Weekly-Halacha, Parshas Vaeschanan, 5757 - Torah.org
All Jews - without exception - are obligated to follow the rulings of the Shulchan Aruch, whether scientifically understood or not.
The prohibition against eating certain peeled foods, however, is omitted by many of the Rishonim(7) and the Shulchan Aruch, probably because they held that this particular "spirit of impurity" was no longer prevalent in their times(8).
While omitted by the Shulchan Aruch, this warning is cited by some Rishonim(9), and recorded as practical Halachah by several of the later authorities, among them the Pri Chodosh, Shulchan Aruch Harav(10), Aruch ha-Shulchan(11) and Ben Ish Chai.
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 Yalkut Bar Mitzvah: Tefillin
The Alter Rebbe explains this in Shulchan Aruch to mean that if on the Day of Judgment, a person's good deeds and bad deeds are equal, the merit of the mitzvah of tefillin will tip the scales for merit.
If you have noticed that a certain person seems to have placed the tefillin lower than the original hairline, it is undoubtedly because the hair of that person had receded, and from the distance it would have been difficult for you to determine actually where the original hairline was.
See further Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, 10:3 who writes that even if a portion of the tefillin are out of place, one has not fulfilled the mitzvah and the blessing has been made in vain.
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 Parshas Encounters ki sisa - parah Sins and Stubbonness
The Shulchan Aruch O.C. 131:7 seems to indicate that we resume reciting tachanun after Succos, and the Mishna Brura mentions nothing to the contrary.
The Shulchan Aruch (O.C. 131:3) says that tachanun should not be recited at night, and for this reason tachanun is never included in tefillas maariv.
The Taz (131:8) and Shulchan Aruch HaRav (131:4) both state that there is no objection to reciting tachanun except when it is definitely night.
www.cckollel.org /html/parsha/shemos/kisisa5764.html   (1912 words)

  
 Making Tea On Shabbos - Hashkafah.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Shulchan Aruch HaRav is the piskei halachot written by the author of the Likkutei Amarim (the "Tanya"), the first Lubavitch Rebbe, at the behest of the Maggid Of Mezhirech in 1770.
The Shulchan Aruch HaRav is a major source for the Mishnah Berurah.
HaRav is short for HaRav Ha-zakein, the Lubavitch Rebbe.
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 Chabad Lubavitch - ExampleProblems.com
In this case, the teachings of the Baal Shem Tov are traced through their founder's master works known as The Tanya and the Shulchan Aruch HaRav.
Portrait of Shneur Zalman of Liadi (1745-1812) founder of Chabad Lubavitch and author of Tanya and Shulchan Aruch HaRav.
He defined the direction of his movement and influenced Hasidic Judaism through his master works the Tanya, which is primarily mystical and in line with the Zohar, and his authoritative work on Jewish law known as the Shulchan Aruch HaRav.
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 May A Doctor Refuse to See Patients? \ Rabbi Avrohom Blaives
The doctor, when summoned at his home at night or during his free time, sometimes refused to treat these patients, because he sensed that if he interrupted his rest and helped those patients now, he would be unable to function properly in his role as a physician the following day.
Although in such instances he turned away patients, nevertheless, the words of the Shulchan Aruch, which compares a doctor who does not assist the ill to a murderer, weighed heavily on his consciences.
The Shulchan Aruch (Y.D. 336:3) writes that if one has medicine which is needed by an ailing person and refuses to sell it unless the sick person gives him a very large sum of money, i.e.
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 Beacons on the Talmud's Sea: Sukkos: Fulfilling A Mitzvah With A Borrowed Article
With regard to a sukkah, by contrast, one might say that all that is necessary is that the person have permission to use it; there is no obligation for him to have outright ownership over it.
This interpretation is not, however, reflected by the wording chosen by the Shulchan Aruch HaRav.
Thus the Shulchan Aruch HaRav considers a borrowed sukkah, not as a lesser degree of ownership, but rather as actually belonging to the owner.
www.sichosinenglish.org /books/beacons-on-the-talmud-sea/06.htm   (1470 words)

  
 Daf Yomi
The terrified neighbors turned to the Shoel Umeishiv, complaining that their relatives and guests were afraid to visit them because of the dog.
The Shoel Umeishiv (Chosen Mishpat 1:32) ruled in their favor, basing his decision on the Shulchan Aruch (Chosen Mishpat 161:5), which says partners in a shared yard can stop each other from bringing animals and hens into the yard; all the more so can they object to a frightening dog.
It is interesting to note that in the course of his extended responsum, the Shoel Umeishiv mentions the ferocity of Djerban dogs compared to the civility of European dogs, which neither bite nor bark, but behave with typical European gentility.
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 A GUIDE TO THE LAWS OF SUCCOS - From what should the s'chach be made.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Shulchan Aruch mentions several examples of materials that can become tomai; metal rods, and bed frames (broken parts of the bed) even of wood.
However, after the fact if it was already used as s'chach it would not have to be replaced, and it is completely permissible to sit in such a succah (Shulchan Aruch Harav, section 21).
The reason for this prohibition, and that of malodorous s'chach, is that the Rabbis were worried that due to the falling leaves or bad odor people would leave the succah (Shulchan Aruch, section 14; M.B., section 39).
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 Noahide.org - The Noahide law and The Mystical
This therefore explains why the very compiler and editor of the Shulchan Aruch / Code of Jewish law was the great mystic and Kabbalist of Safat Israel Rav Yoseph Caro.
And indeed some of the greatest Halakahic authority were mystical like Rabbi Moses Maimonides that began working on Moreh Nevuchim or the guide to the perplexed it about the year 1185.
Maimonides states[4] "Whoever among the Nations fulfills the Seven Commandments to serve God belongs to the Righteous among the Nations, and has his share in the World to Come.".
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 PESACH RYW
Therefore, it was determined that according to the Torah one must dispose of the chometz before the seventh halachic hour on erev Pesach, it is at this time that chometz becomes prohibited (Shulchan Aruch 431).
Therefore, Chazal prohibited one to eat chometz after the fourth halachic hour (Shulchan Aruch 443-1), during the fifth hour one is permitted to derive benefit from the chometz, he can sell it etc. During the sixth hour one may not eat or derive benefit from chometz.
Any flour of the five species of grain (wheat, spelt, oats, barley and rye) as well as their skins (brain) which become mixed with water and allowed to ferment for more than eighteen minutes before being baked is considered chometz (SA 465-1, MB 454-2).
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 Weekly Halacha - Parshas Vaera
Many other poskim also rule leniently (see Pri Megadim, Shulchan Aruch Harav, Aruch ha-Shulchan and Igros Moshe ibid.), while Chazon Ish (O.C. 57) disagrees and prohibits grinding and mashing even when done immediately before the meal.
See also Kitzur Shulchan Aruch 80:21 who rules stringently.
Harav Y.S Elyashiv, however, rules that this is unnecessary.
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 Weekly-Halacha, Behar/Bechukosai - 5761 - Torah.org
One who, for some reason, usually finds himself in a situation in which he cannot have the minimum kavanah, should consult his rav for guidance on how he should conduct himself.
According to Aruch ha-Shulchan 96:2, he may not walk to get a siddur even if he knows where one is located.
Aruch ha-Shulchan 101:4 does not permit even using hand signals to quiet a child, much less walking away.
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 INDEX OF SAGES & BOOKS
Author of Tanya, an early Chassidic text, and the Shulchan Aruch haRav, an extended work of halacha.
Author of Shulchan Aruch (Code of the Jewish Law) and a mystical work entitled Maggid Mesharim.
Yosef -- variant of Caro (Yosef), 4258-5335 (1488-1575 CE) Rabbi Yosef was born in Spain and fled the Inquisition with his family at the age of 4.
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 Parshas Encounters
The Shulchan Aruch states clearly that "It is prohibited min haTorah to steal even a tiny amount - and this is forbidden even if done as a joke and even if the intention is to return the item."
While this specific case mentioned by Tosafos is not explicitly discussed in the Shulchan Aruch, it is discussed extensively amongst the Acharonim.
See O.C. 14:4 and M.B. 25 and M.B. Aruch HaShulchan O.C. 14:11 and 13 and C.M. Salamas Chaim #764 and Halichos Shlomo 19 note 13 who is only meykil to use a siddur or sefer if one knows for sure the owner is not makpid (like the Shach mentioned above).
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 Judaism 101 - A Glossary of Basic Jewish Terms and Concepts
This work was integrated with the "Shulchan Aruch," Hebrew for "Set Table," of Rabbi Yosef Karo, which represented the Halachic opinions of the Sephardic (Spain and North Africa, basically) Jewish World.
Those laws, regarding Sexual Discipline in Marriage, are generally referred to as "Taharat HaMishpacha," or family purity.
The original "Shulchan Aruch," when covered with the "Mapah," allowed the creation of a "Super" (doesn't sound appropriate, somehow, but nevertheless it's true) Shulchan Aruch.
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 Kitniyos on Pesach
The Aruch HaShulchan (Ibid Si'if 5) also presents a source which he believes is a basis for this custom.
Os 10) quotes others who agree that this is an improper custom, but he notes that even among Sephardim, who generally do not observe this custom, there are those in Yerushalayim who do not eat rice because it once happened that some wheat was found in a cooked rice product.
The Shulchan Aruch (Yoreh De'ah, Siman 297, Si'if 3) gives the same examples to define the term Kitniyos.
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 Halakha
His comments are now incorporated into the body of all printed editions of the Shulkhan Arukh; they are printed in a different script.
The Shulchan Aruch HaRav of Rabbi Shneiur Zalman of Liadi (c.
The Mishnah Berurah has become the authoritative halakhic guide for much of Orthodox Ashkenazic Jewry in the postwar period, supplanting the more scholarly Aruch haShulchan of Rabbi Yechiel Michel Epstein.
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 Chabad tefillin, Chabad talis, Chabad talis katan, Chabad mezuzah at HaSOFER.com
Tefillin gassos, ohr echod, with p’suchos and stumos according to the Shulchan Aruch HaRav.
Ari-Zal ksav tefillin, as recommended by Harav Zalman Shimon Dworkin ztz”l and most Rabbonei Chabad, are available in 4 x 4 cm batim in a variety of levels of hiddur.
The batim have the kashrus certification of HaRav Ya'akov Meir Stern, shlit"a, of the Beis Din of HaRav Wosner of B'nei Brak.
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