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There were a few end ך's which were questionable (had short גג) I showed a tinok all and he said end ך  for all of them, except for the end of לאבתיך he said, " enda vav.".  Any thoughts?


This was posted in a group. One suggested it was pasul and another that it was kosher. I tend to agree that it's kosher. I sent the image to a colleague, also a talmid of Rav Friedlander (and a moreh horaah in stam) and based on the image he wasn't sure how to pasken.