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Halacha - omiting titkabal
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh

Tiskabel is added to Kaddish after Shmona Esrei, as it means "may our prayers be accepted". On the night of Purim we say tiskabel immediately after Shmona Esrei before reading the Megilla, because waiting until after the Megilla would be too long of an interruption. So we do say tiskabel, just not where you expected it.

posted:2009-03-10 03:55:50

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