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The Shulchan Aruch (103:2) states: בקש לצאת ממנו רוח מלמטה ונצטער הרבה ואינו יכול להעמיד עצמו הולך אחוריו ארבע אמות ומוציא הרוח וממתין עד שיכלה הריח...וחוזר למקומו וחוזר למקום שפסק If a person has to pass gas and he is unable to hold it in, he should walk backward four amot, release the gas and wait until the smell subsides...and he should then ...
This is discussed in Chakirey Minhagim (Rabbi Eliyahu Yochonan Gurary, vol. 2 pg. 90): Eshel Avraham (OC 219:3) debated this and although he begins by saying that it would seem to be a interruption to say Hagomel between the brochos and kadish, he concludes that where there is no existing custom it is perhaps preferable to say Hagomel first. His explanation ...
Siach Tefila question 137 & 138 indicates as follows. If one is in the midst of the actual Tachanun (the part where you place your head on your arm) then he should finish the Tachanun, however if one is in any other part then he should stop and say Vayehi Bin'soa.
There are different rules depending on which part of Davening you are up to, and the rules also depend on which part of Kaddish is being said. During preliminary parts of Davening (Berachoth, Korbanoth, Pesukei DeZimra, etc.): Interrupt for any Amen During Keriath Shema' UVirkotheha: Interrupt between paragraphs (this is a technical term, not ...
I recall hearing of an halachic opinion (not necessarily to be relied upon!) that anyone sleeping is exempt from mitzvos since he is incapacitated and thus anus. I can't cite that view at the moment, but according to it, yes, someone sleeping in a suka is exempt from shacharis.
Per Shaalos U'teshuvos Maharsham 1:1 - paragraph 3 Tosefta Menachos Perek 6 - says that Tefila and Hallel are Meakev each other, that one is not Yotzei Tefila until you say Hallel. However at the end of the paragraph he says that based on the Perisha 122 the main prohibition of interruption is only on the Shaliach Tzibur. It seems to me that based on this ...
During the regular year, the Chabad custom is to stand at attention until after the sheliach tzibbur has said ha'E-l hakadosh According to the footnote: "The source for the above is Eliyah Rabbah, end of sec. 95 (and regarding speaking at this time see also the view of Maharil, cited in Darchei Moshe and Eliyah Rabbah at the end of sec. 125)." I don't ...
The Eshel Avraham miButshatsh (to OC 51:3) writes that bedieved if in the middle of Pesukei deZimra one said "Baruch Attah Hashem" of the blessing Asher Yatzar one should continue and complete the blessing.
Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu, in the appendix to his edition of Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, prints a table for when this is permitted (Ashkenazi one from A. Bloom publishers, Sefardi one by himself). Remarkably, it is available online (p. 685 of this pdf).
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