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Cleaning a Tallis at Non-Jews

Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm of Online Smicha discusses whether you are allowed to send a Tallis to a dry cleaners owned by non-Jews. Video

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Why is it OK to have a nochri clean a shul?
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Why is it OK to have a nochri clean a shul?

If it’s better not to have a nochri clean a talles, then why does the same not apply to a shul?

Curious
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Curious

What if you live in a city that does not have a Jewish owned cleaners?

Back in the day
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Back in the day

Hank the non Jewish dry cleaner did a better job than some of the other dry cleaners who were Jew

Thank you!
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Thank you!

But according to the Alter Rebbe, the whole question doesn’t start since the Alter Rebbe Paskens that it’s not such a gnai this was all a discussion of one opinion brought in the Mishna Berurah

agree with number 4
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agree with number 4

why do you need to learn and go into other “poskem” If you already said what the Alter Rebbe writes.

To. 4 and 5
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To. 4 and 5

The way that i understand it is even the Mishnah Brurah permits it and when it says that yeclsh machmirim bze he learns out a chumrah, a hiddur mitzvah. Furrhermore now we are presented with a problem of most Jewish cleaners dont actually do the cleaning so is still a chumrah to choose them over a goy and he brings the Rema to say that yes it is.

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