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Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Answer: I'm afraid I don't have any specific sources, but my understanding is that the rule Moshe motzi v'Kalev machnis applies to Elokeinu also. We certainly see that the pronunciation is ke-lokeinu and lei-lokeinu in Ain Kelokeinu.
posted:2009-02-02 02:48:20

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