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‘Minyan Not Needed on Flight’

A Manchester rabbi reportedly said that it is better to pray in your seat rather than risk a disruption by standing in the aisle on a flight. Full Story

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big deal
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big deal

nothing new one doesnt need to be a rabbi from manchester to convey some obvious halacha in kitzur shulchan aruch! why all the hot air? it suites the litvaks.

the need for a minyan
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the need for a minyan

Some people never daven with a minyan, but as soon as they board a plane, have some uncontrolable urge to make as much of a niusance and a chillul hashem as possible. Minyan, Shabbos food, parading up and down the aisles…

Rabonnim should aser minyanim on planes. Imagine: a person comes out of the lavatory to see a group of men bowing in their direction BORCHU ES HASHEM HAMEVORACH!!

whats new?
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whats new?

Didt badatz in isreal say this a few years ago?

to big deal
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to big deal

could you have said that in a more positive tone/way?
good shabbos
i hope you are bringing your wife flowers before shabbos..:)
(and helping to clear the table or dishes)

To number 1
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To number 1

Have u got something against a rabbi from Manchester?! It’s all very well for u to sit (probably in CH) and dissrespect the opinion of someone in Manchester who lives with every day filth!

To all
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To all

As a baal tshuvah, I appreciate the Manchester Rav sharing his input and thoughtfulness on the matter. For everyone else, a little refresher never hurt . Why kvetch about a teaching/reteaching for derek eretz/something positive? Shavua tov.

to 4&5
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to 4&5

I happen to live in israel [and am very aware of whats going on other where including on flights!] and am aware of daily issues raised by so called “chreidim” and the like which intimidate the public with all sorts of halachic issues and chumros which much is based on plain ignorance. i hope you appreciate my frustration.
hope the flowers smell well!

to 1thru7
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to 1thru7

this is absurd, we have to daven with a minyan every time every place tfilas horabim aino nimeses hen kel kabir lo yimos
and besides you know the gret nachas hashem has from answering yehei shmai rabbah and besides passangers are happy to see jews praying.

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