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Submitted by rivka  Answered by Rabbi Tzvi Frank
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Answer:
You don't have to give up davening. You can certainly daven. Perhaps not with a minyan or perhaps not with the minyan of your choice and perhaps not the whole davening just a portion.
 
But imagine the zchus of being m'karev yidden on Rosh Hashana!!!!
posted:2010-08-25 22:49:27

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