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I don't think that the concern of placing Pitum Haktoret before or after Musaph is a factor, here. I think it is merely a factor that Pitum Haktoret always follows En Kelokeinu. The two are linked, and this article explains why. The focus of the question, perhaps, is why En Kelokeinu is said after Musaph on Shabbat rather than before, as might be suggested ...


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Your question is asked word for word by the Mishnah Berurah on Orach Chayim 132, seif katan 14: וצ"ע למה אנו אומרין אותה בשבת ויו"ט אחר מוסף והלא הקטורת קודמת למוספין לכו"ע והיא שייכא לקרבן תמיד And he gives the Magen Avraham's answer as a possibility - that we want to finish our prayer with divrei Torah, before starting out with our day: ואפשר ...



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