The Satmar Rav's View in Vayoel Moshe That it is Forbidden to Speak Hebrew With Very Few Exceptions Such as Prayer and Torah Reading. Changing One's Pronunciation of Hebrew is Forbidden.
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The Satmar Rav's View in Vayoel Moshe That it is Forbidden to Speak Hebrew With Very Few Exceptions Such as Prayer and Torah Reading. Changing One's Pronunciation of Hebrew is Forbidden. - Jun 13, 2022 - Prediction about Conservative and Reform. Shaving. The Rav at R' Aharon Kotler's funeral. Tzohar and Sabbath observance of winery employees engaged in actual production. OU and Hebrew National. Six Day War's impact on Soviet Jewry. Chafetz Chaim on separate seating. R' Yerucham Gorelick did teach at YU. Satmar Rav on speaking Hebrew. Languages of the Talmud. The two Klausners, professor and rabbi. Changing one's pronunciation of Hebrew. Shabbtai Tzvi and Birkat Kohanim. R' Goren on pronunciation. Chassidut was rebellion. Chatam Sofer on superiority of the original words in Hebrew versus new ones. Ban on all foreign languages. Women studying Torah: Forbidden, permitted, required? A Visit to Moscow by Anna Olswanger about R' Rafael Grossman.
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