My daughter goes to religious school. She went for Shabbaton for girls from her class. One of the girls accidentally turned the cold on in the house in their room to very cold temp. My daughter got sick at night. The teacher at the house knew the room is cold and did nothing because it was Shabbat.
I don't want to get in the middle of this as a parent at school without having an independent opinion. What is Halachically right to do? Kids come to your house. You are Shomer Shabbat. You know kids are cold and in danger for their health, and there is a temperature meter. What are you supposed to do? Call a non-Jew? If one is not available, then what?
Matrilineal descent: If a mother is Jewish, then her child is Jewish. Patrilineal descent: That determines whether a person is Kohen, Levi, or Yisrael (Israel). Correct?
What happens if the father is Israel and the mother is a bat Kohen (daughter of a Kohen)?
My question has multiple parts.
Is one allowed to set an alarm clock to ring on Shabbos?
If the Alarm Clock has a small pod that vibrates, is that allowed?
Is the vibrating pod allowed to be under the pillow on Shabbos?
If the alarm is set to ring on shabbos, is one allowed to turn the volume down before it starts ringing?
If the vibrating pod is set to go off, is one allowed to disconnect it from the alarm before it starts vibrating (there is no electricity going to the pod when it's not vibrating)?