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Thursday, October 27, 2011

shiur parsha


sofer wrote word twice and made holes-I made a copy of the parsha and cut out yuds and vovs ,trying to see if nine small letters fit ,i was wondering if anybody agrees with me that 9 yuds do not fit in or am i kidding myself since there is to much space between the letters i pasted.
I also had a thought that since these are chabad parshios can we be machshir on the basis that the minhag chabad is osios gedolos?

5 comments:

  1. I think its very borderline.
    I have never heard of chabad being meikel about osiyos k'tanos since S.A. Harav says beferush that even nine osiyos katanos are kosher for shiur parsha.

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  2. It doesn't seem like 9 otiyot ketanot would fit - even though your copy & paste has spaces between each letter so it's more than 9.

    Even for chabad, as R Eli said 9 ketanot would still be kosher parsha so not help.

    Any problem with making another small hole?

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  3. In this case we can calculate the revach by the word ושננתם that is exactly above, 2 yudim of the shin, nun, nun, each 1Y, tav 3Y, one more yud for the revach after the tav = 8Y.
    accordingly 9Y don't fit in.

    In regard to your thought, I also thought your cheshboin is correct according SA Harav and Rambam hilchos ST, that the revach parsha is adopted according to the revach parsha used in this perticular piece. But I am afraid to be meikal - the normal psak is as Eli said to be machmir if there are 9 osios ketanos.

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  4. Ari :I do not think that making holes is acceptable lechatchila, see rabbi stern keset 15-19. i also wonder according to the makilim if its acceptable to make holes or only if it happened.

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  5. I wouldn't make them lechatchilah if there was definitely no space for 9 otioyot ketanot.

    Since in the case that there is definitely a parsha in the wrong place you can bediavad make a hole to "solve" the problem, my questions was, if it's very borderline (as possibly in this case), would a solution be to make a small hole so that it definitely wouldn't fit 9?

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