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Good Afternoon - I am looking for the translation for fighter (from English to Hebrew). I am finding multiple spellings in Hebrew and would like to know which one is correct. I am finding לוֹחֵם and לוֹחֶם. I would like to know which one is correct, when talking about a person being a fighter or warrior for battling cancer. Thanks!

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To whom it may concern, Do you consider yourself part of the Jewish race? What kind of Jew are you (i.e. Ashkenazi, Sephardi etc.)? Thanks, Matthew

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Dear Rabbi, I have a neighbor who is an Orthodox Jew who just tested positive for COVID-19, but is asymptomatic. He was told by the local health department that he must quarantine for 10 days, but he is ignoring all guidelines. He is leaving his home, going to supermarkets, shul, and the homes of others for Shabbos, and having others over his house. He acts like rules don’t apply to him. He openly opposes vaccines and I have never seen a mask on his face. What can I do about him in a way I can avoid speaking lashon hara or getting him in trouble with civil authorities?

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Rabbi, thank you for taking time to read and respond to my question. What level of tzedakah is giving on behalf of another? For example, if someone is having a birthday and one gives to a cause they support, what level would that be?

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B"H   yo hope you're well   I was wondering, if one had a bad experience at a yeshiva, is one halachically allowed to write a public review about it, on websites such as google, simply explaining what negative events happened, without mixing in any exaggerated opinions, in order to warn others what they are thinking of getting into? Similar question goes for Jewish-owned businesses

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Dear Rabbi, I was wondering about how Judaism views the issue of not speaking negatively about others when dealing with clinical therapy. Are there parameters governing what may and may not be said during therapy? For instance, what if I’m having trouble with my dad or my sister, and there are issues about them that I need to talk about? I’m sure that the more honest I am, the more likely it is for therapy to be helpful. Thank you!