People today are always on the move, traveling across the city, the country or the globe, for business, pleasure or family events.
Travel raises many questions of Jewish law. Questions about Shabbos observance in a hotel or kashrus in a time-shared apartment. Questions about davening on airplanes or what happens when a Jew crosses time zones.
In The Traveler's Halachic Handbook Rabbi David Weinberger offers a brief, practical and convenient guide for people on the road or in the air.
In addition to passports and luggage, here is another travel essential to pack: The Traveler's Halachic Handbook. And have a wonderful trip!
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