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Halacha - Mikra at night
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Answer: Thursday night is also fine. The Mishna Berura deduces from the Pri Megadim that it is only a preference to refrain from mikra at night but not an obligation, however the mekuballim are very strict on this issue based on the Arizal. While there are some opinions that permit chumash after chatzos, the predominant and accepted opinion is not until alos hashachar. If you learn Rashi together with the pesukim, it is permitted.
posted:2009-12-22 10:09:21

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