Tuesday, April 14, 2015
The above is from a small 6cm Mezuzah. In it the letter CHET has three basic problems. 1) The two Zenins are touching each other. In addition, (2) there is a CHUTRA above them. Third (3) the left ZAYIN is shaped like a DALED.
By themselves, all of the above may not be a problem, as the chutra and touching zenin can be fixed. Likewise, by the left DALED, the BELITA may not be long enough to disqualify the shape of the CHET, although there are many poskim that would.
Question: Is the combination of all of the above factors enough to disqualify this CHET and render it PASSUL, or is there room to be MATIR and consider it KASHER? Your comments are most welcome.