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If the question is based on Shulchan Aruch 91:3 (, perhaps the answer can be found by understanding what's happening when a Jewish man covers his head: The Chabad explanation involves a discussion of the 5 levels of the soul, and that covering the head reveals the 4th and potentially the 5th levels of the soul. Applying this to ...


In the podcast Daf Yomi for Women (soon to be renamed Hadran Daf Yomi for Women), the speaker, Michelle Cohen Farber, does say Hadran at the conclusion of masechtot. She doesn't have a man say it for her and the women who learned with and from her. She does not, as far as I recall, say kaddish because there is presumably not a minyan of men present. A ...


Rav Yisrael Taplin(Halichos Chaim page 13)asked Rav Chaim Kanievsky this question and Rav Chaim answered a woman should say it with a kamatz (moduh) .

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