Does Jewish law say it's ok to give boys (between the age of 12-16) as much vodka as they want to drink on the Jewish holiday of ?
- 4 weeks agoBest answer
Why do you care when you are not Jewish? Hmmm?
I'll answer this simply so that even you can understand. Judaism does not teach it is a commandment to make children drunk. We do not give alcohol to young children. A Jewish parent might give a small tiny cup with alcohol if the their son or daughter wants usually over the age of 12 or 13.
Don't worry about Simchat Torah. Just think about Ramadan/Ashura as EddieJ advised you.
Salam alaikum!Source(s): Orthodox Jew
- BMCRLv 74 weeks ago
No, it does not say its OK.
In fact, there is no reason for anyone to drink to excess on Simchas Torah no matter the age.
Also, (at least where I live) that is also against the law.
- sarahLv 74 weeks ago
It is never okay to give young people alcohol to drink.
- ScarecrowLv 54 weeks ago
Jewish law says do not be drunk with wine or strong drink.
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- JenniferLv 64 weeks ago
No, it doesn't. Why do you ask?
- 4 weeks ago
Wut Qveen Herby Sed..
- 4 weeks ago
I was not aware that vodka was kosher.
- EddieJLv 74 weeks ago
I think you meant to ask if Christian law says it's OK the give girls (between the ages of 9-15) as much Coca-Cola as they want to drink on the Hindu holiday of Diwali?
The answer to that is "yes".
- Campbell HaydenLv 74 weeks ago
If you have to ask, then the answer is "no".