Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

Those who don't have shoelaces but a velcro or zipper (ZIP) closure, do you have to preface this from left to right or not

According to the Mishnab and its assistants, the introduction of the binding is due to a hint that it is similar to the tefillin, which is a binding and is leather, and for this reason it is exempted from Anfila'ot, A.C. The closure is on the left.

Sources: A. M. B. C. B on the grounds of tying on the left, that tying on the left is mentioned in tefillin, and 22 16 and 12 Ra'a, and later 20 in the name of the Harah according to the clothing to exempt anfilat, and we were because it is not skin Ketfillin according to what is hinted at in the Gm Sota in the USA, however, in the PMG that brought the commentaries of the judges in this, and according to some of the comments of the judges it is a kind of compromise between the opinions in the Gm and not a special law on the part of the binding, as well as the opinion of the AR that he brought there , and it is also proven in Baahgraa to Ma'ayan that he learned that the reason that Kosherin on the left is because of my deferment to R. Yohanan and as he concluded in such a way that there is no connection at all Dabeza Nakti' as a barayata against Rabbi and we were because of a dabaza no longer belongs to a compromise to which the barayata is the main thing, and also the Garaz which is the bar of its companions In the matter of anfilatos, we should discuss whether to disagree with the TAZ regarding something that is not tied to a Nami, and I didn't look inside, and I also thought that the TAZ model is a top that says the reason for the tie is for welfare Damilta. Why should the left be preferred when it comes to the tie, but the main reason is that we prefer nothing On the left, it is because of a decision between the opinions in the GM there as the simplicity of the whole issue, and as demonstrated in the Bahgra, and from the GM when AA authorizes it on tefillin a compromise is made in a different way, so it must be said in the opinion of the 16th and the AD that this is also in the opinion of the dress in the allusion brought by the GM Desuta, and since the 17th century is the policy of the DA, in particular that the part of the lock on the left is only to be afraid according to Rabbi Shem, when the baryita is the main part of the Halacha as the Gra'a, and in particular that the Mishnab should be completely relaxed in the Nidd, m. Why don't we get stricter about something that doesn't have any tyracha at all, after all, the one who wears the shoes the most and only keeps the order, and in particular the simplicity of the Gemara and my recent opinions on this are very much renewed and the main part of Rabbi Yochanan's words in the Gemara that we are linking to on the left as shown in the Gema, the main part of his words does not belong to this opinion a rule, and from M.M. those who have a tirha in this are exempt.

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