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If on the Shabbat after Pesach, like what occurred this year in Israel, a Jew living in Israel is offered as a gift from a gentile a chametz food item that is in a sealed package with a hechsher, is he permitted to consume it?

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This year; the last day of Pesach/Passover ended on Friday. I was informed by the Gabbai that you can continue to eat Matzah because there is no bread available the next day on Shabbat. Since we are discussing the mitzvah de'oraita (Torah mitzvah) and not a mitzvah de'rabbanan (Rabbinic mitzvah), I cannot see how you can this mitzvah de'oraita. I would appreciate your view on the subject. Thanking you in advance and shavua tov. Bernie Crammer (Baruch Ben Chaim Crammer)

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I grew up Chasidish and I have left the community but I wanna observe not eating chometz on Pesach. The laws I was taught are too much for me. Is it okay if I just do not eat "real" chometz and do not kasher my pots? I do not have the resources to do all that. But also I do not wanna be get the punishment for eating chometz. Can you help me with some info on this? Thank you from a lost "Jewnicorn"

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I have a problem and need assurance for what is happening: I'm a wildland firefighter, and en route to New Mexico for a current fire, and I'm missing Pesach and have a hard time keeping kosher for Pesach, and don't know what to do, I need some help, thank you and have beautiful day.

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Hi Rabbi, As we approach Passover, my question is: "What difference does it make that there was an Exodus and how it took place?" Thanks and happy Passover!

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If Shabbat is the most important Jewish holiday, more important than Yom Tov, then why does the Yom Tov liturgy take precedence over that of Shabbat when the two coincide? Why is it that the main body of the Amidah text is that of Yom Tov, with some Shabbat additions, and not the other way around?