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Is it allowed to prepare for maariv after Shabbos during the rabbinic tosefes Shabbos?
The time to daven maariv on Motzoei Shabbos is some period (where I am it’s around 15 minutes) after the stars come out. This period is called tosefes Shabbos. In many shuls, the shaliach tzibbur ...
Jul 8 '12 at 10:15
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