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Monday, July 2, 2012

Is this ז kosher, shailos tinok or considered a kosher nun sofit?

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  1. shaylas tinok.
    I think the mem of hayom also should be asked, it is to roundish for a mem - although probably a tinok will read it mem.

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    1. How should one do shailos tinok for the zayin? Covering the hei after it?

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  2. I used to buy this parsha for pshutim mehudarim but i stopped because it had too many problems and needed too much work

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  3. a tinok can not be asked nowadys since he will read a real nun sofit a zayin. try it make a nun sofit with the regl 3 kulmusim as required and ask a tinok he will read zayin.rabbi mh wosner and reb mordechai friedlander agree to the following
    Place a straight sheet of paper across the line-aligning it with the moshavim of most letters,if the zayin sticks out more than a half a kulmus it is posul if it sticks out less than a third of a kulmus it is kosher. more than a third and less than a half -sofek psul
    see rabbi greenfelds blog
    http://theworldofstam.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2011-12-18T00:25:00-08:00&max-results=7&start=7&by-date=false

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    1. ya, I remember this argument a time ago, in one of the early blogs.

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  4. Does rav friedlander agree to this too? I know one or two poskim in america are very machmir about about a slightly long zayin but most poskim in Israel still go with a shaylos tinuk

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    1. furthermore how do you judge the bottom of the letters, particularly when its uneven like this ksav. if you look closely, the alef from asher goes down even lower than the zayin....

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