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Was Yaakov Obligated To Respect Yitzchak?

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The Nachalas Tzvi concludes that a blind man is obligated to stand up for his rebbe muvhak (main rebbe) and for his parents. He says that he is only exempt from standing up for his rebbe if he is not his rebbe muvhak.

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