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What is the source for not saying Hallel because it is a "hidden miracle"?

Abudarham (here, left column) quotes such reasoning in the name of R. Asher of Lunel, but the nuance of his reasoning is not so much that the miracle is “hidden”, rather it’s when the miracle is ...
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Tachanun on 'erev Yom Ha'Atzmaut'

[Collected from the writings of Ha-Rav Aviner] Tachanun on Erev Yom Ha-Atzmaut It is proper to recite Tachanun at Minchah of Erev Yom Ha-Atzamaut, as the Chief Rabbinate of Israel has decreed this ...
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Tachanun on 'erev Yom Ha'Atzmaut'

R Eliezer Melamed in Peninei Halacha (Tefila 21:7) writes we do not say Tachanun on Erev Yom Haatzmaut Today, ever since Hashem began to bring forth our redemption, Tachanun is not recited on Yom ...
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Tachanun on 'erev Yom Ha'Atzmaut'

The Koren Yom Haatzmaut Machzor says to say tachanun at mincha of erev yom haatzmaut if you daven during mincha gedola, but that one skips tachanun during mincha ketana.
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Reciting Hallel on Yom Yerushalayim

While this is far from a "mainstream" concept, as far as I know, a number of yeshivot and Orthodox shuls in my mainly Orthodox neighborhood follow exactly this custom. (Do you live in NYC area, BTW?) ...
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Tachanun on 'erev Yom Ha'Atzmaut'

In addition to the Peninei Halacha (Tefila 21:7) cited by @mbloch in his answer above with regard to Tachanun at Mincah on Erev Yom Haatzmaut, Yom HaZikaron often occurs on 5 Iyar - this year 5784 / ...
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Kel Molei Rachamim on Yom Haatzmaut

Kehillat Shaarei Yonah Menachem, an Ashkenazic synagogue in Modiin, Israel, said הלל with a ברכה before and after, and also קל מלא, but skipped תחנון, on יום העצמאות‎ 5779/2019. I know because I ...
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Half Hallel without a bracha on Yom Ha'atzma'ut and/or Yom Yerushalayim

Taking into account the learned comments received, I consider that the best answer/explanation that I have been able to find is contained in the passage below from Celebrating Yom Ha’atzma’ut and Yom ...
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Reciting Hallel on Yom Yerushalayim

Originally the Chief Rabbinate of Israel ruled that one should say Hallel without a bracha on Yom Haatzmaut ("The Chief Rabbinate ruled to recite Hallel without a blessing." http://hirhurim.blogspot....
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Al Hannisim for Yom Ha'atzmaut and Yom Yerushalayim

See this article "Saying Al Ha’Nissim on Yom Ha’atzmaut" by Rabbi Dov Linzer https://library.yctorah.org/lindenbaum/saying-al-hanissim-on-yom-haatzmaut/ which concludes as follows: ...
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