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# The melacha of mechabeh is to extinguish a flame. According to Rabbi Shimon who holds that melacha sheina tzaricha le’gufa is only a rabbinic prohibition, extinguishing a flame is only a biblical violation if one intends to use the charred wick or ashes.<ref> Rashi Shabbos 30a s.v. Shma </ref>
 
# The melacha of mechabeh is to extinguish a flame. According to Rabbi Shimon who holds that melacha sheina tzaricha le’gufa is only a rabbinic prohibition, extinguishing a flame is only a biblical violation if one intends to use the charred wick or ashes.<ref> Rashi Shabbos 30a s.v. Shma </ref>
==Links==* [http://www.yutorah.org/lectures/lecture.cfm/724911/Rabbi_Josh_Flug/The_Melachot_of_Kindling_and_Extinguishing_a_Fire The Melachot of Kindling and Extinguishing a Fire] by Rabbi Josh Flug
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* [http://www.yutorah.org/lectures/lecture.cfm/724911/Rabbi_Josh_Flug/The_Melachot_of_Kindling_and_Extinguishing_a_Fire The Melachot of Kindling and Extinguishing a Fire] by Rabbi Josh Flug
  
  

Latest revision as of 14:06, 19 August 2014

Definition

  1. The melacha of mechabeh is to extinguish a flame. According to Rabbi Shimon who holds that melacha sheina tzaricha le’gufa is only a rabbinic prohibition, extinguishing a flame is only a biblical violation if one intends to use the charred wick or ashes.[1]

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  1. Rashi Shabbos 30a s.v. Shma