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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​כי הות אמינא מילתא הוה אקשי ליך עשרין וארבע קושייתא ונפריקנא להון עשרין וארבעה פרוקי וממילא רווחא שמעתא


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comment Why are different kaddishes said by different people?
@Daniel I've updated the title to match what you are saying. Previously it had been asking why the rest of kaddishes are not said by mourners. You seem to asking from both sides.
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revised Why are different kaddishes said by different people?
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comment How to fix Mamzeirim
@ShmuelBrin I heard a similar story once. It was a post holocaust case where someone got remarried and found out years later that her husband was still alive. So to save all the kids from mamzerut, the rabbi (don't remember who; it was a big name) told the husband he had a way out but didn't really explain. They set them up in different homes, wrote out a get, sent it with a shliach, and then as soon as the shliach left, the rabbi said to the husband "oh no! I forgot a certain detail. quick, be mevatel the shliach". So in this way, it wasn't done with the intent to do the trick.
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comment Why are different kaddishes said by different people?
So the question is why don't individual or all mourners sub for the general Chazzan at all kaddish times? This is what @msh210 apparently thinks at least.
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comment Why are different kaddishes said by different people?
@Daniel Sorry but that doesn't specify what the difference is that you are seeking a cause of.
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comment Why are different kaddishes said by different people?
@Daniel Yes just to clarify: is your question why multiple a mourner/mourners can't say the chazzan's kaddeishim, or why mourners don't sub-in for the leader at kaddish moments?
Aug
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comment Why are different kaddishes said by different people?
@msh210 I had assumed that the leader was a mourner as well, but you are correct that it is unclear. Rolled back until further clarification.
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revised Why are different kaddishes said by different people?
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revised Why are different kaddishes said by different people?
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comment How to fix Mamzeirim
@ShmuelBrin That is the question in Tosfos from jutkey answer. You should see the whole thing inside if you can.
Aug
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comment Halachot of Lashon Naki (clean speech)
I suggest you move this post to the current question about Nivul Peh.
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comment How to fix Mamzeirim
Really? Interesting. I didn't realize such a prohibition existed.
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comment How to fix Mamzeirim
I was asking about the shiach case from gittin 33 not the oneis case from ketuvot 2/3. It seems to be the easiest to arrange and AFAIK it is indisputable.
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comment Source for the prohibition against Nivul Peh (foul mouth)
related/answer judaism.stackexchange.com/a/14260/759
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comment How to fix Mamzeirim
Why did he use this instance of afki'inhu instead of the shliach case? This seems much more convoluted, and plus does anyone argue on the Rosh?
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comment Source for the prohibition against Nivul Peh (foul mouth)
Is my 'scheme' policy?
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comment How to fix Mamzeirim
@YDK I understood it to mean that since she knows it's possible she will be less careful about arayot.
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comment How do the English translations of the Mishnah vary?
@ba The commentary was translated. Do you know which translation of the Mishna they used?
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comment Does 'Levi-' as half of a surname indicate a family of Levites?
I don't see how you could think the question is asking for an absolute test, when he clearly says "Does Levi- as the first half of a surname generally derive from (or is it) an indication of a Levite family? (I'm asking in general, not about those three families specifically.)"
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comment How to fix Mamzeirim
I have always understood that line in Tosfot like jutky. But there is another answer in Tosfot as well in the beginning: why didn't you include that?