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Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

A person who is afraid of the blue and wants to make a property in such a way that there will not be a blue charge on him and on the other hand he will observe the mitzvah of tzitzit by the white man how will he do this

I was asked here by a person who is afraid of perishability and asks to do the advice explained below letter 7, and first before I come to discuss his proposal, I will discuss the simpler proposal, for the person who comes to give his garment to another in order to get rid of perishability but wants it to be his own so that if he is exempt from perishability it will come out The mitzvah, and in this one should pay attention to several details:

A. that he does the property in a manner that is beneficial as in an orderly property with the buyer's tool with a raised taph and a tool appropriate for an orderly property and in the details of the laws explained in the C. end of the foreign trade.

B. It should be noted that Kanin is also not exempted for a period of time, because a tallit borrowed is only exempted every 4th day as explained in the Ordinance C. Yad 33, and the solution to this is to return it every 4th day and borrow it again according to the Rama'a there.

And regarding the matter of if he asked more than a letter whether it is obligated immediately or not, it is stated in the Shu'a there in the sg that if a question is asked that is performed, he blesses it immediately, and this statement means a prayer that is not performed daily, in which the witness of the shatha does not bless it immediately, but the rahid does." 1 In Yosef Omtz C. L. brought in the name of the New Testament and the Meiri Debashala to more than the L. immediately obliged, and in the main points of the DT HL Mezuza C. not the letter A. brought a dispute about this, and in the beginnings of Tshuva [Yod C. Rafo end of Ski ] He brought that so the owner of the Hantaham and parted with it, and from MaM there is a place to settle the Lord Shu'a also according to the Rahida and the Hantaham, not exactly, but Ral even if she asked to use it immediately and return it, and urges.

D. Regarding what you mentioned in your question that he would buy for his friend, etc., it seems that he is allowed to do this whole process, since what he buys once for his friend is enough, if he violates a prohibition or goes beyond the meaning of wearing this garment, then he will give it as a gift to his friend.
And from M.M. there is a bit of a side to say that there is priority provided that you mentioned from a certain direction Yaoi' in the letter 7.

C. Regarding the condition that he wants to make, it seems that if it is a light blue, then he assigns it to his friend, since there are several sides that even if it is a light blue, he does not fulfill the mitzvah (the number of threads, the laws of dyeing and the color) in it, as Biarti in his place and Kms the Grisha in his letter It is known that it is printed in a file of answers, in any case such a condition does not belong to the Nidad, but rather the condition that is made that if a prohibition is violated or something inappropriate is done by the wearer of this garment without the teklat aliba dahlakta then he gives it to his friend.

If G-d does not want to give the garment as a gift to his friend, apparently he can leave the garment, and the garment of the leaver is exempt from tzitzit kamsh on Shabbat kala abba Davido for the leaver and in the Rashba there and Iash in the Ramban and Sha'ar (and see Katzah C. Reg. SKA), they gave it to them and made them their own (i.e. Sukkah 9 A.A. that it is his in general, and there is a special plural in it, but if it is not his it is not in general the above scripture, and also the Mishnab C. 13 end of Skat5 according to Ha'ertzah took the place that the pakkar is exempt from tzitzit, and it is in the p.m. "third.

And as for whether when he enters someone's house he buys the clothes (and then there is a fear of theft), the answer is no, he does not buy the clothes, because he has no intention of buying them, and it is a thing that he does not infer from his knowledge that he does not have his hay bought for him against his will, as "A Bhum C. Rasach SG, and regarding whether the wearer himself buys the garment out of necessity, the answer is no, since no one buys something out of necessity in any way it is his responsibility.

And on the matter of whether it is necessary in front of C. Yeovi' in HOM C. Reg. 7 and a source of life for the owner of the NTHAM O.H. Notes C. Tamach SKT.

And even when the Mishnab and latter were worn, they took it that it was possible to leave it even when they were worn as the Mishnab and the above-mentioned Nokh, and so it is taken into account in the words of the Gm' Shabbat there according to what some of the first there explained But in the clothes they wore and in the simplicity of God when they abandon the time they were actually wearing.

6. Regarding if he buys the garment for his friend unconditionally, it should be noted that it is a serious claim (on the side of canceling the white on the side that we don't have light blue) Dish Diot in the Poskims (see Mishnab C. Hand Skatt in the name of the Maga and Olat always) which upholds this Gach mitzvah tzitzit even though it is not required, and we were just following the practice of the Ashkenazic people who bless women for a mitzvah that the time has caused as they are not a mitzvah and do.

And there are 2 degrees in this, DA who fulfills a complete mitzvah in this as women who are not mitzvot and do, which is the words of the Mishnav Skat, and VA who fulfills it on the part of his friend gives him which is the opinion of the Shu'a there and the opinion of the majority of the latter in the Mishnav there SKI, (and there are those who disagree with this as well), and here there is a 11 that his friend does not give to him because he does not want to commit to the blue, because his friend wants to find a remedy for him and he also does not intend to buy an Ish following the words of the Mishnab SKI, and For you, opinions that his friend buys for him do not belong here, since he will also be obligated in a kilt if his friend buys for him [and I. below near the 16th], but for opinions that previously there will be a solution that he will not buy for him and fulfill as it is not a mitzvah and he does if he is from the Ashkenazi tribe that women bless.

And from the beginning it is appropriate to be wary of the simple opinions and not to give completely unconditionally, even if the rule of the Halacha that can come out of this is not clear, since there are opinions that an afi' who asked for a fringed tallit cannot bless because he did not give it as a gift, as the Mishnav brought there Saki, and also The majority of the latter that he brought there who do not agree to this is on behalf of the one who gave a gift as a mash there, and to begin with, the Mishnab Afi' is afraid of the previous opinion, and also according to the Haga and the Aot, the blessing is as if it is not a mitzvah and a doer, and the great mitzvah is a doer, and another model for women in person That blessings in the knowledge of the ways of Moshe C. Tkaft brought by the BHL C. Tchab 72 is only that there is no brain in them, so it is certain that this solution is not one of the best if there is another solution.

G. Regarding the condition that you apparently proposed, there is a benefit in this since there is no concern here that the mitzvah is not performed on the weekend.
But it should be pointed out that there is simply an exemption for this, since the exemption is from rape, after all, he himself asks his friend to tell him not to cast blue, and what is the rest for him to do such a thing, since we will take a more distant case, who asks my grandson to tell him that if he does not desecrate the Sabbath, they will kill us , there is a law for a person who goes through it with ease, and also according to the law of a chaser if he asks his friend to kill so that it is permissible to kill, there is a law of one who can save him from his limbs, and one who cannot ask for it, and also regarding impurity in the public DKIL impurity is rejected in the public that does not permit him To defile in order to allow impurity in public, and here too Gabi Takhlat if he can find a solution to cast azure on this garment in such a way that his friend will allow him to cast azure on this garment, then he is obligated to do so, so what is the use of asking his friend to tell him not to cast azure on this tzitzit.

H. Regarding what you asked if it belongs to a property when the buyer is not in front of us, it is covered by the laws of the property owners in Hal Eruvin, however, if you want something beyond the jealousy itself, such as agreeing with him on question AA without his presence, a purely questionable duff did not allow the mitzvah judges to use it in such a way that the person taking the garment regularly.

And it should be mentioned in this the words of the Hag'm regarding Malacha Darev Katina in the offerings of LT TA Davidan Ritcha Anshi even when he is exempted from the punishment in the 19th and 29th of the Nidad that the above doubt should be added, and according to some of the former, I shoot there with a tzitzit that was already in it for a white man and was condemned Hi only on light blue.

And there is another point to be made, Duffy', if you want to say that this questioner himself who wants to make this solution will indeed be exempted from taluk according to the law, but what is the permission for his friend to tell him that he is not allowed to put taluk there, and if this questioner himself fears that taluk is an obligation then he is also forbidden cause his friend to do something that is not decent, although this argument must be discussed with regard to the friend himself who is not considered to be failing him since he has a reason why he should not throw blue in this tassel, and he is not obligated to lend his friend the tassel, and so on.

Therefore, one must pay attention when making a condition to do it in a beneficial way.

I wrote all of this to the questioner of Degli Adaiah who is strict about himself by wearing a white man's Idna tassel without the light blue of the day, and in accordance with the Halacha I wrote in another answer that there is no obligation at all to be afraid of the light blue of the day for several reasons and combinations as I explained there.


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