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When exactly should an avel (mourner) not be davennningdavening before the amud?

An avel (mourner) if possible should daven also daven before the amud (be the chazan) on weekdayweekdays. But certain times of the year especially when tachanun is not said (but not every time) he should not becomebe the chazan.

I find that the poskimposkim are not very clear about this. When exactly should an avel (mourner) not be davening before the amud?

When exactly should an avel (mourner) not be davennning before the amud

An avel (mourner) if possible should daven also before the amud (be the chazan) on weekday. But certain times of the year especially when tachanun is not said (but not every time) he should not become the chazan.

I find that the poskim are not very clear about this.

When exactly should an avel (mourner) not be davening before the amud?

An avel (mourner) if possible should also daven before the amud (be the chazan) on weekdays. But certain times of the year especially when tachanun is not said (but not every time) he should not be the chazan.

I find that the poskim are not very clear about this. When exactly should an avel (mourner) not be davening before the amud?

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When exactly should an ovelavel (mourner) not be davennning before the amud

An ovelavel (mourner) if possible should daven also before the amud (be the chazan) on weekday. But certain times of the year especially when tachnuntachanun is not said (but not every time) he should not become the chazan. 

I find that the poskim are not very clear about this.

When exactly should an ovel (mourner) not be davennning before the amud

An ovel (mourner) if possible should daven also before the amud (be the chazan) on weekday. But certain times of the year especially when tachnun is not said (but not every time) he should not become the chazan. I find that the poskim are not very clear about this.

When exactly should an avel (mourner) not be davennning before the amud

An avel (mourner) if possible should daven also before the amud (be the chazan) on weekday. But certain times of the year especially when tachanun is not said (but not every time) he should not become the chazan. 

I find that the poskim are not very clear about this.

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