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27 Tishrei

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  • Ora K
    This learning is dedicated l iluy nishmat Batsheva bat Fortuna Zeheera.  I Many people think that repeating well-known derogatory information is not
    Message 1 of 4 , Sep 30, 2013
      This learning is dedicated l'iluy nishmat Batsheva bat Fortuna Zeheera. 

      I
      Many people think that repeating well-known derogatory information is not considered lashon hara. It should be made clear that many hold that there is no difference between negative truths that are well known and negative truths that aren't.

      II - example
      Mr. Gold read in the New York Times that Mr. Cohen was arrested for an infringement of the law. Even though this is obviously well-known, Mr. Gold should not relate this information to others. 

      (Guard Your Tongue by Rabbi Zelig Pliskin)

      Create a wonderful day!
      - Ora

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