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Halacha - Saying Tanchanun when others aren't
Submitted by Aharon Subar  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Answer: You certainly should not say tachanun inside their Shul when they are not saying. There are different opinions whether you should say it privately after davening and the minhag is not to.
posted:2008-06-02 15:28:04

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