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Halacha - Mikvaot
Submitted by Adi Salama  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer: Not necessarily. For example, a lake filled primarily with rainwater with an outlet is flowing non-spring water and is pasul because of zochalim. The Halachos of mikvaos are very complicated and it is advisable to only use a mikva under reliable supervision.
posted:2010-03-16 20:36:37

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