I've noticed a trend in some of the older (pre war) Sefardi sifrei Torah, particularly those written on gvil, where there is very little space between words. Sometimes the space is virtually indistinguishable from the space between the letters. Certainly today's poskim would have an issue with that. But these are not cheap seforim, these are otherwise well written and mehudar. Does anyone know if a sefardic leniency exists or what other logical explanation for this phenomenon?
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By Rabbi Michael Tzadok -
Rav Ben Tzion Abba Shaul and Rav Mordekhai Eliyahu say that if the Ayin and Dalet do not at least touch and preferably cross the sirtut of the line below the resulting tefillin, mezzuza or S"T has no hiddur. I'm not trying to argue their positions, but does anyone have an idea of how to pull that off in Tefilin. Especially without posuling the dalet by having have the tagin of the letters below enter it? So far this is as good as I have been able to manage.