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Halacha - Shabbat
Submitted by Sholom Cohn  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Using these adhesive book marks on Shabbos would be questionable. On the one hand, since the adhesive is relatively weak and not designed to remain permanently and their normal usage is to frequently detach and reattach them, they might appear to be permitted similar to the tabs on disposable diapers. However, since it would be common to sometimes leave them in place for an extended period of time, there is reason to draw a distinction, and they should not be used.

posted:2013-11-14 19:24:37

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