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Honor of old people vs. honor of parents
Who has precedence in honor: A father or an old person? It seems that the answer would be a father; (*) however, there is a midrash that implies otherwise: Yalkut Shimoni, end of Bemidbar 752 ...
Jun 24 '12 at 22:55
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