Wad Cheber
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I can answer from my own experience here. I think I've asked one question which proved to be a duplicate, and I think the reason for my mistake was that I don't know how to read Hebrew, and I'm not ...

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Hiding Dangerous Information
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As an impartial observer, to whatever degree impartiality is possible, I would say that anti-Semites and extremists will find information that they can distort and manipulate, no matter where it might ...

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Downvoting to Promote Second Answer
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As far as general SE policy is concerned, you are entitled to downvote whatever you want for whatever reasons you choose, but targeted downvoting is not allowed. However, policy is different from the ...

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Mi Yodeya Glossary
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ראשון Rishon singular - noun ראשונים Rishonim plural - Literally "the first ones"; leading Rabbis and Poskim who lived approximately from the 11th to the 15th centuries

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Should we censor the term "goy" when used in English to mean "gentile"?
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I'm a goy, and I can assure you that the vast majority of goyim have no idea what it means1, or that there is a possible pejorative aspect to the word. My mother is happy to call herself a former ...

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Mi Yodeya Glossary
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‏(תַּלְמוּד) יְרוּשָׁלְמִי — (Talmud) Yerushalmi — the Jerusalem Talmud

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Mi Yodeya Glossary
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שבע מצוות בני נח‎ Sheva mitzvot B'nei Noach -- The Seven Laws of Noah (also known as the Noahide or Noachide laws) that apply to non-Jewish people. Do not worship idols or any deity other than God. ...

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Mi Yodeya Glossary
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מִצְוָה — Mitzvah — singular noun — commandment, command; specifically, a religious command of God's or any of a particular class of rabbinic edicts classified as "mitzvah of the rabbis" mitzvos, ...

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