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Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

A woman who does not observe the Torah and the mother's mitzvot, she takes her children out of their obligation to light Shabbat candles

If the light is related to religion and means a mitzvah and is not an apostate or a rebel to anger, it is obligatory to light it.

Sources: Yeavi' in the 20th century, C. Rasg Skaka, who brought an opinion that the foreigner can take out Israel by lighting a fire for him, and made it difficult on behalf of the latter since there is no mission to a gentile, and it is explained to me that this problem is not wrong in the fact that the foreigner is lit, and therefore Israel is not a Torah observant And a mitzvah, since it is not exceeded by the laws of mission, can be used as a messenger to light the Shabbat candles (and 20s if there is an obligation on him), and 20s for the practices there that can Efi bless the lighting of a candle by a Gentile who fulfills a complete mitzvah in this.

And we will see further from the fact that the main obligation to light the candle is because of peace in the home, so for this matter the obligation is the same for a person who does not observe the Torah and mitzvot as for a person who observes the Torah and mitzvot.

Although I have seen those who have commented that there is another problem in getting out of the obligation to light a candle by someone who does not observe the Torah and mitzvot if she does not mean a mitzvah at all but something completely different, (and it is true that those who believe that by a Gentile they go out in a peshita also go out in this), and apparently this discussion also belongs For those who believe that the Darbanan mitzvos do not require an intention (and I extended this in another answer), a model for their KIL method (and there is a dispute about this in the B.I. To doubt that it is considered that he intends not to go out of duty, and in any case it is necessary to discuss whether it is appropriate to exclude others according to such a party and whether it is at all appropriate to appoint a mission in such a way, and I. C. Reto Sabv that there is no interest in an Amen after Epicurus because his intention is not for heaven, 2 and in the Bible there that if he heard the whole blessing, he answers Amen, but the matter of going out of my duty is a bit more problematic, and each one needs to check what he believes, and the AGM, O.H.B.C. That the mother has an affinity for religion and wants to be good, but does not understand and thinks that what she does is enough (and also feels satisfaction and a good feeling in what she does, because without that there is another problem. Those who believe that the mitzvah of Darbanan AA to leave without intention has a problem with leaving someone who does something that is not for the mitzvah At all), it turns out that there is no need to fear more than that, and everything depends on the matter.

And with regard to Kiddush, it is a bit more problematic to issue Yadah Kiddush on the wine and even on the portion from a person who does not observe the Torah and mitzvot.

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