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Can an Ashkenazi write a Sephardi Torah?

It’s very clear to me they are not trained in the nusach. So: No. I Have Written What I Have Written.
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Is there a movement to centralize Rabbinical authority through all Jewish communities?

There's no real push either way. Firstly, there's no need. Each community's tradition, as long as it has a halachic basis, is valid and correct (This holds even in a case where two traditions are ...
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Hebrew Pronunciation- Sephardic Ashkenaz

From what I know, it's not a Minhag, but a halachic opinion. Let me explain: Put frankly, most dialects of Ashkenazic pronunciation of Hebrew have many important problems: Ayin and alef are usually ...
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