Quiz:i wonder if any one of the readers here can answer the following??? when was the first mikvah with a bor al gabei bor built ? why was it built different then before? was it built by chasidim and approved by misnagdim? or vise versa? Only grand childern of russian Machteres can know the answer.or maybe a historien like shneur, i hope he will comment.
Tzibthere was Tohoras Mayim by HaRav Telushkin where there's a large part attributed to it.The Kolel In Montreal, guided by HaRav HirshprungHaRav Landa in Bnei Brak and his Kolel published much material as well.
Anonymouswhy don't you choose a name and start the information flowing?
hirshel,i meant sforim against.
Seforim against I'm not aware of, but that's no proof, but the widely-held erroneous belief is that Poskim like the Divrei Chaim Passeled them.
In the sefer Taharas Mayim (by the Helmetzer Rav - if I remember correctly) there's a lot of material against.The letter by Rabbi Henkin, in my opinion, doesn't say much.It should have been titled: R' M. Feinstein says it's Kosher.We all know the Lubavitcher view on this issue.Then again, Perhaps this itself is a nice point - that Rabbi Henkin bases his P'sak, in part, on the Lub. Rebbe.
Correction:I meant Taharas Yom Tov.
Leowith all due respect to the Helmetzer, I do think we need an earlier Posek to prove that it wouldn't be OK. The Rebbe Rashab and the Rebbe have no problem "zich farmesten" with the HR.
Was not the first Mikveh of this kind built by the rebbe the Rashab in Rostov prior to his petira ?In Lubavitch ther ewas no need fof this sort of Mikveh .I think Rav yankev landau kashered it.But I want some of the chasidim out there to tell me if I am cotrrect. I may be mistaken.
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