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# Women are also obligated in this meal. <Ref> Pri Megadim A”A 300:1, Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 63:3 </ref>
 
# Women are also obligated in this meal. <Ref> Pri Megadim A”A 300:1, Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 63:3 </ref>
 
# There’s no obligation for having Malveh Malka on Motzei Yom Tov. <ref> Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 63:4 even though the Sh”t Rivivot Efraim 3:292 writes that the Chazon Ish would have a Malveh Malka on Motzei Yom TOv. </ref>
 
# There’s no obligation for having Malveh Malka on Motzei Yom Tov. <ref> Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 63:4 even though the Sh”t Rivivot Efraim 3:292 writes that the Chazon Ish would have a Malveh Malka on Motzei Yom TOv. </ref>
# Melva Malka should be fulfilled as soon after Shabbat as possible. If one isn’t hungry one may have it later but shouldn’t do an established activity before having Melveh Malka. However, certainly one shouldn’t delay it past Chatzot of the night. However, if one did delay past Chatzot one may still fulfill it until Olot HaShachar. <Ref> Mishna Brurah 300:2, Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 63: 5 writes that Melveh Malka should be done right after Shabbat and shouldn’t do a established activity before Melvah Malka. However, at least it should be done by Chatzot. Nonetheless, Yalkut Yosef (Shabbat vol 1 pg 630) adds that if one didn’t do it before Chatzot one may still fulfill this mitzvah until Olot HaShachar. </ref>
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# Melva Malka should be fulfilled as soon after Shabbat as possible. If one isn’t hungry one may have it later but shouldn’t do an established activity before having Melveh Malka. However, certainly one shouldn’t delay it past Chatzot of the night. However, if one did delay past Chatzot one may still fulfill it until [[Olot HaShachar]]. <Ref> Mishna Brurah 300:2, Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 63: 5 writes that Melveh Malka should be done right after Shabbat and shouldn’t do a established activity before Melvah Malka. However, at least it should be done by Chatzot. Nonetheless, Yalkut Yosef (Shabbat vol 1 pg 630) adds that if one didn’t do it before Chatzot one may still fulfill this mitzvah until [[Olot HaShachar]]. </ref>
 
# If one extended his Seudat Shelishit until it got dark, some say that one is exempt from having Melveh Malka, and some argue. <Ref> Eliyah Rabba 300:1 writes that he heard that if Seudat Shelishit until it got dark one is exempt from having Melveh Malka. However, Tehillat David 300, Kaf HaChaim 300:11 disagree with this. </ref>
 
# If one extended his Seudat Shelishit until it got dark, some say that one is exempt from having Melveh Malka, and some argue. <Ref> Eliyah Rabba 300:1 writes that he heard that if Seudat Shelishit until it got dark one is exempt from having Melveh Malka. However, Tehillat David 300, Kaf HaChaim 300:11 disagree with this. </ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 18:48, 6 February 2012

  1. A person should set his table on Saturday night even if one only plans on eating a Kezayit so as to respect the exiting of Shabbat. [1] Even though many aren’t careful about it, a Yireh Shamayim (a g-d fearing person) should make an extra effort to keep it. [2]
  2. One should eat with specific intent that it should be for the meal of Malveh Malka, preferably saying this expressly. [3]
  3. One should wear nice Shabbat clothes during this meal. [4]
  4. Women are also obligated in this meal. [5]
  5. There’s no obligation for having Malveh Malka on Motzei Yom Tov. [6]
  6. Melva Malka should be fulfilled as soon after Shabbat as possible. If one isn’t hungry one may have it later but shouldn’t do an established activity before having Melveh Malka. However, certainly one shouldn’t delay it past Chatzot of the night. However, if one did delay past Chatzot one may still fulfill it until Olot HaShachar. [7]
  7. If one extended his Seudat Shelishit until it got dark, some say that one is exempt from having Melveh Malka, and some argue. [8]

References

  1. S”A 300:1 writes that a person should set his table for Malveh Malka on Saturday night. Mishna Brurah 300:2 explains that the reason is to give respect to the exiting of Shabbat.
  2. Aruch HaShulchan 300:3, Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 63:1
  3. Mishna Brurah 300:1
  4. Kaf HaChaim 300:6, Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 63:2
  5. Pri Megadim A”A 300:1, Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 63:3
  6. Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 63:4 even though the Sh”t Rivivot Efraim 3:292 writes that the Chazon Ish would have a Malveh Malka on Motzei Yom TOv.
  7. Mishna Brurah 300:2, Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 63: 5 writes that Melveh Malka should be done right after Shabbat and shouldn’t do a established activity before Melvah Malka. However, at least it should be done by Chatzot. Nonetheless, Yalkut Yosef (Shabbat vol 1 pg 630) adds that if one didn’t do it before Chatzot one may still fulfill this mitzvah until Olot HaShachar.
  8. Eliyah Rabba 300:1 writes that he heard that if Seudat Shelishit until it got dark one is exempt from having Melveh Malka. However, Tehillat David 300, Kaf HaChaim 300:11 disagree with this.