Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

Is it permissible to sleep before reading the Shema near sunset?

In the Shoah Okh Rala B wrote that it is forbidden to eat for half an hour close to the time of Kash of Arabic (and we were half an hour before the stars came out as the Mishnab mishnav there Skit 9), and added there that the mishnav is the law to sleep and that during this time it is forbidden To do all the works that are forbidden in S. Relav for the purpose of Mencha prayer, and he noted that the clothing and PMG in S. Relav and in the Behach, although he noted that the Rabbi's favor permits before the time of Kash has arrived (and prohibits only when the time of Kash has arrived), and after the study In the face of the Rabbi, it seems that he believes that there are no prohibited things near Arabic and God regarding sleep that would be permissible in his opinion until the very time of Kish, and in fact it should be made stricter according to the opinion of the Shu'a and the majority of the judges, but in the event that there is no special reason or a significant branch make it easier for him.

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