Why according to the Nusach Ari (siddur "Tehilat Hashem") does it say "yisbareich" instead of "yisbarach" in Kaddish?

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    This should explain it.
    – Oliver
    Nov 23, 2018 at 19:26
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    comes down to being a machloikes rishoinim and is discussed in kitzur sa 15 laws of kaddish, barechu, requirements of a minyan, & laws for the tzibur
    – Dude
    Dec 16, 2018 at 21:10

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Because the verb התברך is binyan Hitpa’el, gizrah: ע׳ גרונית א, ר.

In 2nd person, masculine, future tense, the correct conjugation is Yitbareich.

If you have a question, see Sefer Luchot Po’alim by Asher Tarmone and Ezri Uval, pg. 129, table 136.


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