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Halachik Q&A: Interruptions During Davening

Friday, 31 December, 2021 - 8:05 am

QuestionsAnswers.jpgIn davening, restrictions on interruptions range:

1. If one is in middle of pesukei dezimra and hears a bracha, may they answer Amen? A: Yes.

2. If one is in middle of Yishtabach and hears a bracha, may they answer Amen? A: No. 

3. If one is in middle of pesukei dezimra and he hears thunder or lightning, may he recite the corresponding brachos ("oseh maaseh biraishis" or "shekocho ugvuraso malei olam"? A: Yes.

4. If one has put on his hand tefillin but has not yet put on his head tefillin and he hears a bracha, may he answer amen? A: No. 

5. If one has put on his hand tefillin but has not yet put on his head tefillin and he hears the chazzan say barchu, may he respond, "Baruch Hashem hamevorach l'olam va'ed"? A: Yes, but he will have to say the bracha "al mitzvas tefillin" after putting on the head tefillin.

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