Shalom Alekhem !
I'm Omar Zeeshan Noor
im from the tribe of King Soul im in the sons of Afghan im from the tribe of Binyamin im from Pakhtoon family in Pakistan
Sir, i have to ask a question
My Question is : " WHAT JUDAISM SAYS ABOUT AFTER LIFE "
I have the flag of a nation I am living in and I plan on putting it up outside. The reason being, it is taking up space in my room and it would look nice outside, and might make some people happy.
I am trying to figure out how to avoid anything that may be considered idolatrous in so doing. The custom in the country is to illuminate the flag at night. Otherwise, the flag has "fallen into darkness".
In my opinion, this custom appears to be somewhat idolatrous, as it could possibly lead to worship or veneration of an inanimate object. Not illuminating the flag, however, can cause some consternation to veterans and others, which might make it a source of ire and not happiness as was intended.
Is there any guidance / halakha on putting up flags of secular nations?
Shalom aleichem Rabbi Lauffer. Thank you for answering my last question. Regarding the book “Scientific Creationism,” which was written by a non-Jew but sold by Rabbi Avigdor Miller at his shul for five dollars, would that book be permitted to read in the bathroom? Thanks a lot.