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7 years, 9 months ago
I prayed in a chasidic shul in europe. They did not say tachnun in sharis of friday and sunday.
I asked them what the reason is and they answered me that in the days close to shabbes tachnun should not be recited.
Is there a halachic source (makor) for this?
The closest answer i could find was this:
Special occasions where various Chassidim don't say Tachanun
It just speaks on friday and there is a source of a siddur but not a halachic sefer.
Aug 12, 2015 at 13:30
The chasdic source (separate discussion if this is Halchic of Meta Halacha) is quoted in Adir Bmarom by Rabbi Dovid Rabinowitz on page ק he says the minhag in some places is not to say tachnun on Friday or Sunday. I saw in a diffrent sefer that one should eat leftovers from shabbos on sunday because it still has a litile Kedusha of Shabbos.
Regarding Friday morning, in Yalkut Yosef Teffilah 2 page 433-434 he quotes many sources:
Pri Megadim סימן קלא מש"ז סק"י
מתן שכרן של מצות חקירה ח
The minhag of the Baal Atzei Chaim, Kedushat Yom tov, Baal Yitav Lev all had the custom of not saying tachanun Friday mornings also.
Shu"t Shema Yisrael Siman כ writes that the Arizal says that from Friday morning the Kedusha of Shabbat starts
Bnei Yisaschar Bemamarei Hashabbatot מאמר ב
Mesechta Tanis daf 27B
we don't do a fast day on Sunday
due to the nazarites
so that might be a reason for not
Jan 22, 2017 at 16:03
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