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Halacha - aron not facing east
Submitted by e. Maybruch  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Answer: Ideally everyone should face Yerushalaim and not th misplaced Aron HaKodesh. However if everyone is already accustomed to facing the front of the shuls, you as an individual should not face a different direction then the rest of the shul. Rather you should stand facing the same direction as everyone else, but turn your face the correct direction.
posted:2010-10-13 19:44:48

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