In this document, page numbers refer to the green Tefillot, unless stated otherwise. In case there are two numbers, the second refers to the second number refers to the Koren Chumash for KKTT Amsterdam. Other books referred to are the Moadim and the Rosh Hashanah book.
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1. On ,פסח שני ,יום העצמאות לג לעומר andיום ירושלים (5, 14, 18 and 28 Iyar) Techinot are not read the whole day. Mincha the day before, Techinot are read.
2. If there is a service on 5 Iyar יום העצמאות then הלל שלם is recited with beracha.
העצמאות is celebrated on
Shabbat following 5 Iyar. Hanoteen (page 69) and both mi sheberachs (page 226-227) are read as usual, but leaving out the words
4. Kings/Queens Day has, of course, no fixed date on the Jewish calendar. The Current king celebrates Kings Day is on 27 April, which is usually in Iyar. This is celebrated on the Kings/Queens Day itself if that is on Shabbat, else on the following Shabbat. In contrast to any Shabbat, Hanoteen is not said before the Parasha. Once the Sefer Torah is brought back to the Hechal, the Parnaas opens the hechal and returns to his place. Psalms 117 & 118 (pages 156-157) are sung without repetition. The Chazzan reads Hanoteen (page 69), followed by psalm 67 (page 101), which is sung. The Parnaas closes the hechal and the service is continued as usual.
העצמאות and Kings Day are in the
same week they are celebrated on the same Shabbat. Hanoteen is skipped
but the mi sheberachs (page 226-227) are read as usual,
leaving out the words מדינת
(18 Iyar) till Shavuot, at
the end of the weekdays Shacharit, the “עץ
replaced by three verses from Ruth.
The chazzan start with “והנה
followed by any line and ending with “ישלם
All Avelim (mourners) say Kaddish.
7. If there is a service on 28 Iyar יום ירושלים then הלל שלם is recited with beracha.
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