Difference between revisions of "Talk:Making Early Shabbat"

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The following halacha was removed because it was put up without a source by user Halacha on oct 21 2015:  
 
The following halacha was removed because it was put up without a source by user Halacha on oct 21 2015:  
 
#For men, it is forbidden to do any Melachah once he has begun the second to last paragraph of [[Kabbalat Shabbat]].
 
#For men, it is forbidden to do any Melachah once he has begun the second to last paragraph of [[Kabbalat Shabbat]].
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== absolutely forbidden after sunset ==
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This is not correct, and depends on Halachic argument. Nowadays, it is accepted to start Shabat at sunset, but in many European communities it was common practice to start shabat 3/4 mil (about 13 minutes) after sunset.

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The following halacha was removed because it was put up without a source by user Halacha on oct 21 2015:

  1. For men, it is forbidden to do any Melachah once he has begun the second to last paragraph of Kabbalat Shabbat.

absolutely forbidden after sunset

This is not correct, and depends on Halachic argument. Nowadays, it is accepted to start Shabat at sunset, but in many European communities it was common practice to start shabat 3/4 mil (about 13 minutes) after sunset.