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The Shulchan Aruch 59:4 says not to answer amen after Ahava Rabbah/Olam. The Rema to 61:3 says that the custom is people finish Ahava Rabbah before the Shatz, so they can answer Amen. The Mishnah Berurah 59:4 ยง 25 (linked above) explains that Ahava Rabbah isn't a regular birkas hamitzvah, where you shouldn't speak before doing the mitzvah. It sounds like ...


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