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Halacha - sefiras haomer
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer: If there is only a doubt whether a mistake was made then one would continue counting with a beracha, because some opinions hold that one may continue counting with a beracha even if he missed a day conpletely. However, if he certainly made a mistake one day, then he does not continue counting with a beracha even if on subsequent days he counted correctly.
posted:2008-04-30 17:22:16

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