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A line of credit is not one’s own money. It is money that belongs to a bank that they are willing to lend out. So if someone owes money to another party and cannot afford to pay it out of one’s own pocket, but have a line of credit that would cover it, are they required by Halacha to use their line of credit to pay off the debt, which might lead to them having to pay interest on the credit card payment? To do so is essentially robbing Peter to pay Paul.

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Hi, I’m beginning to observe certain Jewish practices, but want to remain “normal” — if you know what I mean. Not too strict but still doing the right thing. Any guidance for me? Thanks!
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Hello, I'm currently studying Judaism and am trying to attain a deeper understanding of the faith by asking individuals who live it out, rather than going by the textbooks. My Questions are: What impact has Moses Maimonides had on your Jeiwsh life? (if any)? How important do you believe it is to be environmentally ethical as a Jewish individual? (if at all)? I would really appreciate your view on these questions, Thanks
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Hi Rabbi, what does Judaism teach about what people are doing nowadays by going around with cameras and filming in police stations, city halls, post offices and other public places? They call themselves “first amendment auditors,” claiming to be protecting the peoples’ rights of freedom of speech and freedom of the press. But a lot of people, including me, don’t like being filmed by someone I don’t know. And especially if my picture would be published without permission! Don’t I have a right to privacy? Thanks!
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