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Is Ma’ariv Really Optional?


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It would appear to me that the Rambam’s ruling that one may continue davening Ma’ariv even if he realizes that he has already done so does not apply on Shabbos. Since one cannot daven a tefillas nedavah on Shabbos, he cannot end the Shemoneh Esrei with a tefillas nedavah.

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Rabbi Raphael Fuchs

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