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I think that re-reading the Megila may actually suggest that Hamman DID wait till morning to go to the king. The king was unable to fall asleep and so they read to him the Book of Memories, but i think that between Pasuk ג' and ד' a few hours have passed and it was already the morning. The reasons i belive that that would seem the most reasonable answer are: ...


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The Mishna Brura (Beiur Halachah 239:1, s.v. samuch) questions whether one should say it if he thinks he will not fall asleep before Alos HaShachar, even if it is currently before Alos HaShachar, and says that it should definitely not be said after Alos HaShachar. The Shaari Teshuva O.C. 239:1 s.v. 2 mentions opinions based on Kabbalistic reasons that one ...


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In the קיצור ש''ע ילקוט יוסף it says in סימן רלט - דין קריאת שמע שעל המטה: One only says Hamapil with its ending Bracha until midnight. After midnight one need not say Hamapil, but it's a good idea to say it without the final Bracha. One who goes to sleep towards morning and will only fall asleep after Amud Hashachar need not say Hamapil. א: ברכת ...



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