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In ספר אם למקרא ולמסורת, he gives the following general rules: In general, 'ah'. If the next word starts with an א or ר, it'll be a קמץ I.e. 'o' or 'oh' depending on your מנהג about קמץ קטן. (In the 'סימנים' version of the תיקון קוראים, they clearly show the difference between a קמץ גדול and קטן.) If it is an ע, in general it will be a קמץ but if the the ע ...


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The Mishna Berura (685 sk 18) only recommended this practice for Parashat Zakhor, seemingly because it may be a biblical obligation (ShA OC 685:7). Betzel HaChokhma (6:50) said this applies to any readings being used to fulfill the Mitzva (eg. on Purim morning, if someone missed Zakhor). Ketzot haShulchan (3:84:13 footote 22) said to read one way in Shvi'i ...


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Essentially, a mistaken edition of the Radak was popular for a short time, leading to various changes by overzealous grammarians and confusing two very influential rabbis. See the extensive (hundreds of manuscripts/editions surveyed) documentation of Dr. Yitzchak/Jordan Penkower in Iyyunei Miqra uFarshanut, vol. 4, Bar Ilan University Press, 1997, greatly ...



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