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Halacha - Pesach - Reclining at Seder
Submitted by Mordechai  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Answer: The Gemorah relates that under such circumstances they would lean on their neighbor. Of course, you would want to ask permission from the person sitting next to you first. Alternatively, one could turn his chair sideways  and lean on the back of the chair.
posted:2008-04-14 10:13:15

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