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    • yitz
    • 12.05.13 | 16:39 (IDT)

    that makes no sense. I have worn my current tefilin every day (excluding shabbat/chagim) for 12 years and they have never slipped. It is far more likely that she is wearing them as is described in the torah; between her eyes, and not like in rabbinic judaism which says to put them on your forehead.

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