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Halacha - Refuah
Submitted by daniel  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Answer: It is certainly permitted and is a long-standing custom. The Gemarra you refer to forbids whispering words of Torah as an incantation to heal, there is no problem asking that the zechus of learning Torah should be to a sick person's merit.
posted:2009-11-24 08:56:58

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