With no Mikvah, What to do with New Keilim



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    With no Mikvah, What to do with New Keilim

    During this challenging time, it is not always possible to Toivel Keilim, due to the restrictions that are currently in effect. Many people are making Pesach for the first time and are purchasing new Keilim, making it even more challenging. Read here what to do • Full Story

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    During this challenging time, it is not always possible to Toivel Keilim, due to the restrictions that are currently in effect. Many people are making Pesach for the first time and are purchasing new Keilim, making it even more challenging.

    With this in mind, the Jewish Community Council of Montreal, under Chief Rabbi of Montreal Rabbi Binyomin Weiss and Executive Director Rabbi Saul Emanuel have set up a system of Mechiras Keilim (selling the utensils, pots, pans, cooking and other appliances, etc.), similar to the sale of Chametz, by selling it to a gentile. This would work with the intention that it is only for a short period of time, 30 days. During this time, one may use these items, which are borrowed from the Non-Jew. However, after 30 days, these are then returned to the original ownership of the person that purchased them, and must then be toiveled.

    According to the JCC’s Public Relations Head Kalman Emanuel, people from across North America and as far as Eretz Yisroel and Australia are submitting Mechiras Keilim forms.

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