Did you perchance mean semita?
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“We want to put shmita on the agenda for jewish community.”
“The Mishnah also sets this day aside as the new year for calculating calendar years and sabbatical (shmita) and jubilee (yovel) years.”
“That would represent another stage in the undermining of religious-Zionist rabbis of the Rabbinate, following struggles over marriage, kashrut and shmita in the past several months.”
“We saw it with the issues of marriage, kashrut and shmita, and conversion is the core of the matter.”
““If local rabbis refuse to recognize fruits and vegetables grown by Jewish farmers during the shmita year as kosher, then we will,” said Rabbi Rafi Freuerstein, chairman of the Tzohar organization.”
“Note: heter mechira is the ruling that allows eating produce grown and harvested on the shmita year.”
“The irony of shmita: making the poorest poorer | Jewschool”
“I agree that this is a Shabbat for the land, but the verses quoted in the article gives no reason why all land must share the same shmita year.”
“The irony of shmita: making the poorest poorer by YehuditBrachah ➚ · Monday, October 8th, 2007”
“Most importantly, they must support the empowering of moderate rabbis like Rabbi Yosef Carmel, Rabbi Benjamin Lau, Rabbi Yehuda Gilad, Rabbi Shlomo Riskin and others who have courageously expressed a willingness to lead a revolt against the Chief Rabbinate in relation to their handling of shmita and parallel issues.”
Looking for tweets for shmita.