Difference between revisions of "Dvarim Shebekedusha"

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* It is important for which things it is forbidden to recite or answer when in the presence of feces or nakedness. That is discussed here:[[Where_Is_It_Permissible_to_Recite_Brachot%3F#Definition_of_Divrei_Kedusha]]
 
* It is important for which things it is forbidden to recite or answer when in the presence of feces or nakedness. That is discussed here:[[Where_Is_It_Permissible_to_Recite_Brachot%3F#Definition_of_Divrei_Kedusha]]
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Latest revision as of 17:54, 8 January 2020

A dvar shebekedusha (singular) or many dvarim shebekedusha (plural) are religious texts that relate to holiness. Being that it is an overloaded term the definition of a dvar shebekedusha varies for different areas of halacha.