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Halacha - Blood
Submitted by Tzvi Friedman  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer: As long as there is no risk of actually consuming blood, there is no issur. While we find numerous harchakos miD'Rabannan from issurim, they are practical protections from the actual issur and would not apply to a nes where the Yidden could be confident that Hashem was not creating a nes to trap them in an aveira.
posted:2010-01-04 15:46:36

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