A new sefer by JLI director Rabbi Efraim Mintz explores the custom of “saying the Nossi”, which we begin on Sunday, examining the history, reasons and background of the custom. Download here on Anash.org.
A new sefer explores the custom of “saying the Nossi”, which we begin on Sunday, continuing until the 13th of Nissan.
The new publication, authored by JLI director Rabbi Efraim Mintz, examines the history, reasons and background of the custom, as well as the various minhagim of different communities in saying the Nossi.
Released for the wedding of his son Isaac Mintz to Faiga Tiefenbrun, the sefer is another step in fulfilling the request of the Rebbe to strengthen the minhag among Klal Yisroel.הנשיא
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