I have recently become aware of a Nusach difference in Kaddish. In the pasuk starting Titkabel I have noticed that people davening Nusach Ashkenaz are very particular to say d'chol yisrael and not d'chol beit yisrael as they say the latter is Sephardic/Hassidic and not genuine Nusach Ashkenaz.

I looked at various siddurim. The Roedelheim, Singer and modern Koren siddurim all have d'chol yisrael. The Artscroll and (I think) Birnbaum have d'chol beit yisrael which these people say is a mistake.

I am looking to understand where this differentiation comes from, and why it is considered a Sephardic/Hassidic minhag that mistakenly crept into Nusach Ashkenaz.

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    There are also those who say "titkabal" rather than "titkabel". Just saying, some of the differences seem to be linked to grammatical constructs rather than actual minhagim. – Noach MiFrankfurt Feb 21 '15 at 23:21
  • The Yerushalmim claim that even in Minhag Ashkenaz one adds s "Beis" in Kadish D'Rabonon. – Danny Schoemann Feb 22 '15 at 10:19

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