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According to the predominant Yemenite custom, a “ד" without a דגש קל is pronounced as “th” (as in “the”). The authenticity of this tradition can be seen in Brachos יג, where we are instructed to elongate the pronunciation of the ״ד״ in the אחד of שמע. This is nearly impossible to do when following the prevalent traditions of the Ashkenazim and Sefardim, ...


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