Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

Until when can you say midnight correction at night

The appropriate time for this is before a little past midnight and after midnight he will engage in the Torah, and if he did not say it, he can say it afterwards as well, and in the 19th century it seems that he took the time until the hot hawk, who wrote that if he is already close to the hot hawk, he should say the psalms alone and skip the lamentations, so that he would have time to say The main thing is before the Nahach, and it is indicated to know well, and the one who knows well, it is indicated to tell a wise way.

And it should be noted the clarity of the GAM's words in Berachots 3a according to one of the excuses that the time when God roars like a fire at night is up to a time when one can recite Kash, Iash, but regarding the midnight correction there I will come to the other hand an excuse in the GAM there as a mash in the words of Noam Name.

However, the Ba'ah [Vishelakh 8] took the view that it is possible to say until Esha, and disagreed with those who say that it is possible to say until the time of placing tefillin, and I. in his book Rav Phelim 13 C. 2 that it was more severe up to half an hour before Esha.

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