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R. Moshe Stern in Be'er Moshe V:136 writes that that a woman should not deviate from her regular custom when seder night falls on motza'ei shabbat, but instead should say havdalah as part of kiddush. R. Menashe Klein in Mishneh Halachot VIII:36 writes that maybe it would be better for a woman reciting kiddush to listen to the havdalah-blessing and answer ...


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In Shmiras Shabbas Khilchasa 62: footnote 27 it discusses the issues of maybe havdala being a possible hefsek for a woman. First he mentions that the woman should hear kiddush and havdalah from a man and that would not be considered a hefesk. However ,he mentions that since women took on havdala as an obligation it is not a hefsek and they can do yaknahaz,...


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Rav Yitchak Yosef notes that the custom of many people is to be lenient on this matter and they cite his father, Rav Ovadia Zt"l. He writes that there is room for leniency due to the fact that the prohibition against listening to music is not mentioned in Shulchan Aruch and that there is a mitzvah to increase simcha on Isru Chag. He does limit this to ...


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Belz davens Nusach Ashkenaz Shemona Esrei and they also say Baruch Hashem Le'Olam on Motzai Shabbos before Shemona Esrei. The reason behind it is mentioned here. Belz, as opposed to Viznitz, Gur and probably others as well, does daven Mincha after sh'kia but they do say tachanun during Mincha.


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Pri Megadim (Mishbitzos Zahav) Siman 493 S"K 2 writes based on the Magen Avraham that one should stop already by Chol Hamoed: "ריקודן ומחולות יש לאסור בחול המועד פסח"


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