The prayers commemorating the sacrificial and incense offerings, recited before the main morning prayer, after it, and before the main afternoon prayer.

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Why don't we say Ein KeLokeinu on Tisha BeAv?

Many have a custom not to say the Shir Shel Yom or Ein Kelokeinu on Tisha BeAv morning. Why not?
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Why is Maimonides View of Karbonot not Consistent with Messianic Times

Maimonides theorized in his "Guide to the Perplexed" that Hashem did not favor korbanot (animal sacrifices) but allowed them due to the difficulty changing the nature of people. This is in the context ...