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Rabbi Hassan describes the problem here: Now is there a problem for Sephardim? This is a complicated area of halakha but I will try and write as short and as clear as possible. Rav Yosef Caro (Shulkhan Arukh O.H. 345:7) wrote that the definition of a public domain is a street that is 16 amot wide (32 feet) or more that are not enclosed. Some say ...


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From http://www.torah.org/learning/hamaayan/5769/yisro.html# (hattip: @Salmononius2): Thursday night of the week of Parashat Yitro: It was the custom among the Jews of Tunis to hold a "Seudat / Feast of Yitro" on this night. Some say that the feast commemorates the feast that Yitro made in this week's parashah (18:12). Others say it celebrates the ...


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In order to possibly find a specific answer to your question, it requires understanding what the source for the different behavior is between Askenazic and Sephardic minhag. And excellent and brief discussion of this is provided by Rabbi David Sperling on Yeshiva.org. Question: Why do Sephardi Jews sit when reciting the bracha for tefillin? ...


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Unfortunately I do not have the time to check each source specifically, but here are a few pointers: Rabbi Shalom Jerby from Nofit in Israel says that Sephardic communities in many places stand, including Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, and more. Rabbi Ovadia Yosef says that even though lechatchila one should stand, there's a sod to sitting, and he brings a few ...


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One seemingly does not קיצור ש''ע ילקוט יוסף. מהדורת התשס''ז. מו''ר הרב יצחק יוסף שליט''א. פרק ו' - סדר עריכת הקידושין. כח.  לכתחלה אין לברך ברכת האירוסין אלא בעשרה מישראל גדולים. אולם אם אין שם עשרה, יכולים לברך ברכת האירוסין גם בלא עשרה. אבל ברכת חתנים, שהם שבע ברכות שאחר הקידושין, אין מברכים אותם אלא בעשרה גדולים, והחתן מן המנין. [שם עמוד קסז. ...



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