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Dear Rabbi, "Pareve" is a very common term. Has it always been this way, and when did it originate? Also, what is the source of the word? Thank you.

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Hi, what is the basic Jewish view of organ donation and transplants? I know that in general that autopsies are seen as a desecration of the body, but what if a person's organs will save another person's life?

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Hello I asked you: "according to biblical Hebrew or Hebrew grammar Does the pronominal suffixes in Isaiah 11:2-5 refers to (נֵ֖צֶר) in isaiah 11:1? (apart from any commentary) " And you answerd me: " The word “netzer” means shoot but it is referring to the Messiah. The verses that follow on after it are references to the Messiah which means that they are referring to the word “netzer”." Another question: Could you please tell me a little about this Hebrew structure, even in a sentence? For instance why is it that the Pronominal suffixes in (Isaiah 11:2-5) don't go back to(חֹ֖טֶר) in (Isaiah 11:1) and go back to(נֵ֖צֶר) ?

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I asked you about what the pronominal suffixe in Isaiah 11:2 refers to, and thank you for your response. But there's still one grammatical question: According to biblical Hebrew or Hebrew grammar does the pronominal suffixes in Isaiah 11:2-5 refers to (נֵ֖צֶר) in isaiah 11:1? (apart from any commentary)?