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 19.(a) R. Ovadiah Yosef, Resp. Yabia Omer, I, O.H. secs. 28 and 39-42; II, sec. 6; V, sec. 43; VIII, sec. 8 and sec. 23, no. 30; IX, O.H., secs. 21, 23, 38, 79 no. 22, 94 no. 27, and 108 no. 28. R. Ovadiah Yosef, Hazon Ovadiah Yom Tov, Hilkhot Sefirat haOmer veYemei haSefira, no. 5, note 11, p. 220. R. Ovadiah Yosef, Hazon Ovadya – Sukkot, Dinei haYeshiva baSukka, sec. 19, note 41, p. 149 and Hilkhot Arba’at haMinim, sec. 11, note 10, p. 339. R. Ovadiah Yosef in his Letter of Approbation to R. David S. Cohen’s Succat David. R. Isaac Yosef, Yalkut Yosef, She’eirit Yosef, part 1, p. 495, sec. 4; Yalkut Yosef - Kol Torah, Kovets A (Sivan 5763), sec. 22, p. 74. Nor can she recite the associated sheHehiyanu benediction; see: Resp. Yabia Omer, IV, O.H. sec. 50; Hazon Ovadya – Sukkot, Hilkhot Arba’at haMinim, sec. 11 and end of note 10, p. 340, and sec. 42, p. 425,

Based on Teshuvot haRambam (Freiman Edition) sec. 84, R. Ovadiah Yosef further maintains that Sefardi Jews should not respond amen to any woman’s recitation of a benediction (including those of Ashkenaziyot) when performing mitsvot from which she is exempted; see: R. Ovadiah Yosef, “Minhagei Tefillot veHallel Rosh Hodesh,” Torah she-be-al-Peh, XLI, p. 9-12; Resp. Yabia Omer, IX, O.H., sec. 23, no. 2, and sec. 38, no. 3 ( - see, however, Yalkut Yosef, IV, Shabbat, part A, sec. 267, no. 20, note 22). As R. Yosef himself notes, in this latter point he takes issue with R. Shlomo Kluger, Resp. haElef Lekha Shelomo, O.H., sec. 57 and Mishna Berura, O.H., sec. 214, Bi’ur Halakha, s.v.veAssur.” This view of R. Kluger and Mishna Berura is maintained as well by R. Hayyim Joseph David Azulai in Birkei Yosef, O.H., sec. 196, no. 4 and Resp. Hayyim Sha’al, no. 99; R. Moshe Feinstein, Resp. Iggerot Moshe, E.H., III, sec. 96, no. 8; R. Bezalel Stern, Resp. beTsel haHokhma, I, sec. 22, s.v. “veAderaba;” R. Shlomo Zalman Auerbach, Resp. Minhat Shlomo, II, sec. 3, no. 1 in Otsrot Shlomo 5759 Edition and sec. 7, no. 1 in Sons’ 5760 Edition; Halikhot Shlomo, Moadim, Rosh Hodesh, Chapt. 1, no. 10; Halikhot Shlomo, Moadim, II, Rosh haShana, Chapt. 2, Devar Halakha, no. 22; Halikhot Shlomo, Tefilla, Tefillin, Chapt. 4, Devar Halakha no. 27; Rosh Hodesh, sec. 1, no. 10; R. Shaul Yisraeli, cited in Resp. beMar’e haBazak, IV, sec. 3, note 7; R. Yerahmiel David Fried, Yom Tov Sheni keHilkhato, Chapt. 9, sec. 3, note 14. (Rabbis Azulai, Feinstein, Stern and Fried cite the incident of Rav Ashi in Pesahim 106a (see also Rashbam, s.v. “veAgid Bei”) as proof that, under certain circumstances, one may recite a benediction if he is in a location where such is the practice. This proof is challenged, however, by R. Tsvi Pesah Frank, Resp. Har Tsvi, O.H., I, sec. 192; see also

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