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  • Shalom! What happens if someone is forced to break the Commandments? For example, if someone has to work on Friday or Saturday, is forced to eat non-kosher food, etc.
    I'm talking about extreme cases, in which there's no way out of this; yet, someone wants to observe the Torah of Moosheh (PBUH). Is there some form of dispensation? Can someone perform a certain prayer to exempt them? Does Shehmaa forgive them?
    I'm not talking about wilful disobedience. I'm talking about someone who can't physically follow the Torah because of a temporary, unintentional and forced situation?
    Shalom! What happens if someone is forced to break the Commandments? For example, if someone has to work on Friday or Saturday, is forced to eat non-kosher food, etc. I'm talking about extreme cases, in which there's no way out of this; yet, someone wants to observe the Torah of Moosheh (PBUH). Is there some form of dispensation? Can someone perform a certain prayer to exempt them? Does Shehmaa forgive them? I'm not talking about wilful disobedience. I'm talking about someone who can't physically follow the Torah because of a temporary, unintentional and forced situation?
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