Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

Those who have two options who can prefer one of them, whether to read Kash for the first time with blessings or with tefillin, which is better

It seems Tefillin first.

Sources: Since the reciter of Kash without tefillin is mentioned in Gm' and Shu'a as a prohibition, and to do so without its blessings, even though the form of the instruction begins like this, Mm is not mentioned in Gm' and Sha'a as a prohibition, and instead of the need not to lose time of Ksh or prayer In the public, the RMA allowed it to happen without its blessings, and as for the RMA, if there is any doubt that it will not be called at the time, it is allowed to happen without its blessings, and the GRA so far has not sailed, but remained in doubt.

ואמנם יש דעת הגאונים (הובא בביה"ל) על ברכות דמעכב, אבל דעה זו לא נפסקה כלל.

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