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Halacha - Pronounciation of Hebrew
Submitted by David  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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The Steipler Gaon addresses exactly this issue in his sefer Kraina d'Iggrsa. He writes that despite the issues you raise, one should not change the pronunciation from the way it has been for hundreds of years.

posted:2009-01-22 17:39:55

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