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In honor of the upcoming Twelfth International Siyum Hashas, which will be seen and heard live in Detroit at Berman Theater (W. Bloomfield JCC), we present the following halachic debate about the essence of a Siyum.

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t is well known that one who joins and participates in a Siyum, even if he was not actively involved in the learning itself, is performing an important mitzvah and is considered an integral part of the “syium party”. For instance, bechorim are supposed to fast on Erev Pesach, but are exempt from that fast if they join a siyum. Same goes for those wishing to eat meat or drink wine during the Nine Days - if you join a siyum celebration then the restriction is lifted and you may eat meat or drink wine during that meal. Question: Must those attending the siyum actually hear the Talmudic tractate being completed? Must the bechorim partake of the food at the siyum in order to permit them not to fast the rest of the day? Discussion: It has become customary for the participants to gather around the person who is concluding the tractate and pay attention as the tractate is being completed. Then food is served to the participants. If the participant did not hear the tractate being completed, or if he did not understand what was said at the siyum, or if he is a mourner who may not learn Torah during the shivah, some poskim rule that it is as if he did not participate in the siyum.1 Other poskim are more lenient.2 Some poskim recommend that such a person participate in the siyum by sharing the expense or by preparing the food, etc.3 The same difference of opinion applies to one who hears the tractate being completed but does not partake of the food being served. Some poskim rule that a minimum of approximately 2 fl. oz. of food or drink4 must be consumed at the siyum meal in order for one to be considered as participating in the siyum celebration.5 Other poskim are more lenient and rule that eating at the siyum is not mandatory at all. As long as one heard the tractate being completed, one may eat at any time thereafter.6 An analysis of the above Discussion yields the following conclusion: There is a basic dispute among contemporary poskim as to which element of the siyum is the one which counts as participation at a siyum. Some reason that the main element is the completion of the tractate itself. Consequently, actually hearing and understanding what is being said is mandatory; partaking of the food is secondary. The other view holds that participation in the siyum meal is the main element of the siyum. Consequently, the primary consideration is to join in the meal. Listening to and understanding what is being said is not mandatory. It follows, therefore, that one can safely rely on either of the above two opinions. One cannot, however, rely on a combination of both views, since they contradict each other in their basic understanding of what a siyum accomplishes. One who did not hear or understand the actual siyum, must partake of the siyum meal. One who is unable to partake of the meal, must hear and understand what is being said. But one who did neither—who did not hear or understand nor partake of the meal — has not exempted himself from the fast. Obviously, in order to fulfill the requirements of all the poskim, one should l’chatchilah listen and understand the proceedings, and partake of the siyum meal. 1

Ben Ish Chai (1:96-25); Chazon Ovadyah, pg. 99; Rav Y.S. Elyashiv, quoted in Siddur Pesach K’hilchaso, pg. 168. For this reason, many choose a tractate which ends with agadata, which is lees complicated and can be understood even by unlearned people; Yabia Omer 1:26-8.

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Rav Y.Y. Kanievsky (quoted in Teshuvos v’Hanhagos 1:300); Minchas Yitzchak 9:45; Rav M. Feinstein (quoted in Moadei Yeshurun, pg. 132). See also Pnei Baruch, pg. 463, quoting the lenient ruling of Rav Y.Y. Fisher concerning a mourner.

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Minchas Yitzchak 9:45; Chazon Ovadyah, pg. 99; Teshuvos v’Hanhagos, 1:300.

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Women’s Shiurim Schedule July 2012 Day Sunday Sunday

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Learning to Love What Is! BY RABBI LABEL LAM

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hen I was a child, shopping for a kosher candy bar was a simple matter. In those days, a candy bar was only a nickel. We would carefully review the ingredients printed on the back label. If there was no gelatin in the candy, we wisely concluded that the product was unquestionable kosher. No matter that the ingredients listed polysorbates and sodium stearoyl lactylate; we had no idea what they were. They sounded too technical to be non-kosher. We simple believed, “What could be wrong with a candy bar?” Today, our innocence is gone. You can no longer purchase a candy bar for five cents, and most people know that you cannot judge a candy by its wrapper. Nonetheless, while kosher consumers today are generally more knowledgeable than years ago, many myths still prevail. “What could be wrong with….” remains a common refrain among kosher consumers.

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In Our Best Interest BY RABBI ELLY BROCH

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Linking our summer table to yours... S’MORES COOKIES 11 Tablespoons unsalted butter, softened 1 cup brown sugar, packed ½ cup granulated sugar 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 ½ cups flour 1 teaspoon baking soda ½ teaspoon sea salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon

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Fresh salad, sandwiches, desserts and gluten free dishes now available 24/7 at U of M Hospital in the cafeteria! • Authentic Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Thai, Italian, Greek, Israeli, and Moroccan menus • Vegan and vegetarian menus • Gluten-free menus • Fresh seasonal produce — never any MSG or trans fats • Bris/Baby namings, bar/ bat mitzvahs, sheva brachos, weddings, shiva dinners, corporate meals, Ann Arbor deliveries, traditional or themed Shabbat dinners, all special occasions or anything else you may need big or small.

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248-770-6521

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SERVICES European Facial, Face and Body Waxing. Angelina Rose, Licensed Experienced Esthetician. Please call for appointments 248-842-6802

SERVICES Computer Guy - (248) 648-1349 certified technicians - reasonable prices unbeatable service thecomputerguyMI.com

T.D.M. Plumbing Co. - Commercial & Residential Total Plumbing Service Backflow 1SFWFOUFS $FSUJĂśFS  'SFF &TUJNBUFT  t  8PSL (VBSBOUFFEt-JDFOTFE*OTVSFETony DeMarco Owner Master Plumber 248-477-7435

TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION Coming to NY/NJ? Prompt & reliable Shomer Shabbos car service available for pickups at airports, simcha halls, Lakewood, etc. Late night & early morning service available. Please call Harry Schonfeld 917-776-6260

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BUNGALOW FOR RENT

HOME REPAIRS CALL DON *OEPPSPVUEPPSIPNFSFQBJSToZST

Painting, plumbing, electric & carpentry. Drywall, ceiling repairs, garbage disp, toilets, ht wtr htrs, ceiling fans, lights, doors, locks, gutters, decks & powerwashing. 248-506-6708 *on call 24/7

South Haven bungalow for rent. A/C, 3-bedroom, 2 full bath, in frum community. Separate pools, shul, $800/week $BMM

20-25% off retail for vitamins & nutritional supplements. Many product lines available including Nutrisupreme, Maxihealth. Call Lisa Cohen 248-613-1804

SHIURIM Appreciate Shabbos more than FWFS8PNFOT Shiur on Nesivos Shalom. Topic: Shabbos. JulyAug. Call for details. B. Landsman 248-967-1607

Parents of children/young adults with special OFFET8PVMEZPVMJLFGSJFOETGPSZPVSDIJMEUP spend time with on Shabbos? Please call to discuss. Bayla Landsman 248-967-1607.

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