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It's MB 8:28 and :33–34. He says speaking about an unrelated matter would constitute sufficient interruption according to some but not others. He says also that, although walking to the synagogue does not constitute a sufficient interruption, some hold that a new blessing would be said because the original blessing was in a different location. But he ...
There is much discussion in Jewish literature about this subject, and there is also a difference between a woman wearing a tallit and tefillin. It is easy to show what the Gemara and the Rema say, but leaving out all of the rishonim and acharonim on the topic would prevent learning where the halakha stands. But here is a start. Regarding tefillin Mishna ...
The Rama's only comment on the matter is in Shulchan Aruch OC 38:3 שו"ע או"ח לח:ג as follows: נשים ועבדים פטורים מתפילין, מפני שהוא מצות עשה שהזמן גרמא. הגה: ואם הנשים רוצין להחמיר על עצמן, מוחין בידם. Women and slave are exempt from donning phylacteries for it is a positive time-bound commandment. Gloss: And if women want to be stringent upon ...
Rabbi Yonason Ben uziel the Targum Yonason on parshas ki teitzei 22:5 explains the passuk of the prohibition of men wearing womens clothing and vice versa that the prohibition includes women wearing tzitzis and teffilin.
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