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    Non-Mevushal Wine With Guests

    Question for the rabbi: Can we serve non-mevushal wine at the Shabbos table with non-observant Jews and gentile guests? Full Story

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    Question on note 13
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    Question on note 13

    The fact that the Ben ish Chai says yishmailim don’t affect the wine because they are not oived avoidah zara how does that equate with a mechalel Shabbos who is considered halachacly like an oived avoidoh zoro and especially when quoting in note 9 that the Rebbe says not to be maikil bedavka on this issue?

    Mevushal or non mevushal
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    Mevushal or non mevushal

    It’s not clear if the wine we are talking about it mevushal or not?

    To number two
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    To number two

    Non mevushal. A goy is allowed to pour you mevushal wine.

    Otd
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    Otd

    What about all the otd children so many of us are unfortunately experiencing today are we aloud 2 use none mevushal ?

    Kos shel Brocho
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    Kos shel Brocho

    What type of wine did the Rebbe use for Kos Shel Brocho?

    ben ish chai
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    ben ish chai

    but he says not to differenciate from other goyim and to be machmir.

    Rabbi
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    Rabbi

    LeKovodo Rabbi Chaim Hillel Raskin Shelit”a, I wonder why you only quote from the Ben Ish Chai Balak 2, 1? When in sief 11, quoting the Sefer Tifferes Adam 36:2, if the Goy doesn’t touch the wine itself, Lift the cup (bottle) & Swirl the wine, one can drink the wine. In my humble opinion Kevodo should have started the topic with the the foundation of the Halacha. For Yayin Nesech to take place there are 3 conditions that must be met Lehalacha (not al pee Kaballah). 1)Lifting, 2) Kavanah (LeAvodah Zarah) & 3) Shichshuch, Swirling (like professional wine tasters… Read more »

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