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    Live Shiur on Mezuzah Controversy

    Watch: Veteran Crown Heights Sofer Rabbi Yehuda Clapman discusses the recent Mezuzah controversy at at Geshem Shul's Sunday Kollel. Video

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    Great place for events!
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    Great place for events!

    geshemshul.com/shul-rental

    stitching only! no glue allowed!
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    stitching only! no glue allowed!

    for those who like to have the paint prefect and have there boxes glued to do so is a very big issue! speak to you local rabbi . timeline 12 min

    Thank you
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    Thank you

    Very informative and clear

    Many of the "pesulim" are very diffficult to see with the naked eye
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    Many of the "pesulim" are very diffficult to see with the naked eye

    Here Rabbi Clapman says teffilin should not be checked with lights and with magnifying glass. Only what you can see with your naked eye. Most of the “pesulim” (touching letters, or cracked letters) are very difficult to see with the naked eye. So that means most are actually kosher. If Rabbi Clapman checked them (without magnifying etc) we would probably have a very different outcome.

    So what does that say about this whole episode of claiming all the sofrim are fruads?

    rabbi Yehuda Clapman
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    rabbi Yehuda Clapman

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    much nachas from your children/ especially sruly

    Interesting outlook
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    Interesting outlook

    Some of rabbi clapmans views are rather radical. Lechatchillah and bedieved are practical halachic terms. Why does he not acknowledge this. Everyone else does. The comparison to the esrog is confusing. If its kosher you can give it for mivtzoyim, he says only things which make it unkosher would make it unfit for mivtzoyim. A mezuzah is still definitely kosher if its missing some crowns. Yet he says you cant use it for mivtzoyim as such. Seems like a contradiction. Further, the crowns on the lamed are not halachic, but are kabbalistic (see the Alter rebbe in siman lamed vov).… Read more »

    4# they are selling posul mezuzas according to all standards.
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    4# they are selling posul mezuzas according to all standards.

    Most of the psulim are easlily seem with the naked eye! If you can see it in the video it would be even clearer in real!!

    They are selling posul mezuzas. He’s machshil the rabim and couldn’t care less!! He’s making money don’t bother him.
    Everyone knows the truth and he’s trying to cover for himself to his customers. The truth eventually comes out. Him and the others are done

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