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In light of the recent tragedy in Kiryas Yovel (https://www.theyeshivaworld.com/news/israel-news/1670321/4-sifrei-torah-thrown-to-the-ground-kiryat-yovel-shul-vandalized.html) I have decided to accept a taanis dibbur on myself. How do I do this? Do i need to say any special prayers in the amida like we do with a normal fast or do I just start when I'm ready?

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Rabbi Matzliach Mazuz paskens that you do not need to accept it at Mincha prior to starting it. So paskens Rav Dov Lior, and Rav Ben Tzion Mutzafi(see here).

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