'Zomet' News
The Zomet Institute at the GA 2013
Dan Marans the executive director of The Zomet Institute, will be speaking at the GA in Jerusalem
Zomet celebrates 33
Zomet has just published its 33 Volume of Tchumin (HEB)
R. Rozen "it's YES to the Shabbat Elevator"
Rabbi Yisrael Rozen explains why the Shabbat Elevator is Kosher
Volume 1546 : Noach
1st of Cheshvan 5775 25/10/2014
  File for download - Translated by Moshe Goldberg
Point Of View
Noach and Moshe: Different Leadership Models        

   Noach's life was a descent, going lower and lower. Moshe, on the other hand, was privileged to rise up to the level of "a man of G-d." Why did Noach sink down while Moshe rose and began to shine? Some people concentrate all their efforts on serving G-d, and they are constantly involved only in their own spiritual advance. Others are involved in public affairs and minimize themselves for the good of the community. As opposed to our intuitive feeling, Moshe the "public" person rose in spiritual level while Noach, the "isolated individual," sank into the depths...  To the complete article.

  • Uses almost no electricity
  • Compact and portable
  • Strong and flexible
  • Safe - has no glass
  • can be hung on the wall
  • Works with electric current worldwide
  • We invite you to our new interactive lecture hall. An unforgettable adventure about Halacha and Technology synthesized in modern living. 

    A gas timer for Yom Tov

     

    A New Innovation

    An innovative technology developed at the Zomet Institute for opening doors with electric and magnetic locking systems on Shabbat via ‘current changing’

    Electricity on Shabbat

  • Why is the use of electricity forbidden on Shabbat?
  • What about changing the strength of an existing current?
  • Buying a New Fridge?

    Once everything was simple, remove the bulb from the refrigerator - not a sweat. Can we do the same with modern refrigerators? Which fridge is preferred from a halachic perspective – a digital fridge or mechanical? When you open the door on Shabbat the fan works, is that all right?
    In these guidelines you will find general information on the subject.

    Electric Shaver

    Shaving with a razor is forbidden by the Torah law; however "scissors that are like a razor" can be used lechatchila.
  • Which category does the electric shaver fit into?

  • Rabbi Rosen, head of The Zomet Institute , displays laboratory photographs of razor blades in action, and draws the conclusions.
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