The shaliach tzibbur on a fast day adds a bracha in to his repetition of the amida, the Aneinu. Unlike other brachot, this is not a repetition because the individual davening has not said this. Therefore, is it proper for someone listening to the repetition NOT to say Baruch Hu Uvaruch Shemo to this bracha in order to be made Yotzei by its recitation, as per the rules enumerated in this answer? [this applies to someone who would otherwise say BHUVSh to the brachot in the repetition]

  • I figure if this were a berakha for which you need to be yotzei, we would say it during the silent shmoneh esrei, no?
    – Daniel
    Mar 23 '16 at 13:18
  • @Daniel in mincha, we do say it, but we fold it into another bracha. It is written in the plural so I assume it is said on behalf of people, not as a simple request of the shaliach tzibbur.
    – rosends
    Mar 23 '16 at 13:24
  • Danno, that is a non sequitur. If we had an obligation to say this berakha that's the same as all the other berakhot in shmoneh esrei, don't you think we would say it just like the other berakhot?
    – Daniel
    Mar 23 '16 at 13:28
  • @Daniel so you are saying that the nature of this is as a personal request of the sha"tz which is irrelevant to the davening of the individual?
    – rosends
    Mar 23 '16 at 13:29
  • Perhaps. That's just my suggestion. I don't know that it's true.
    – Daniel
    Mar 23 '16 at 13:32

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