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Halacha - Kiruv/Shabbes
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Answer:

If it is impossible for them to reach your house without driving and there is no way they could stay overnight, then inviting them is in effect asking them to drive and is forbidden. However, if they live within walking distance or are offered to come before Shabbos and stay overnight, then you are not causing them to drive even if they decline your offer.

posted:2008-12-01 08:07:01

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