Once I was in the land of Israel (in Beit Shemesh), and the mazmin was leading birkat hamazon. He said birshut maranan verabanan verabotai, birshut hakohanim, and birshut p'nei eretz yisrael. Is this common practice in other places in the land? How about saying birshut p'nei shabbat on shabbes koidesh?
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